Posts Tagged ‘Daleks’

“I’m the Doctor and I save people” Doctor Who Series 9 Trailer Debuts

by Becca Harperon 10/07/2015
It’s San Diego Comic Con and once again I am not there, but that doesn’t mean I don’t wait with anticipation for the influx of new trailers and yesterday brought the first one I am interested in. Series 9 of Doctor Who is due to première on the 19th September so it’s about time we […]

First Official Full Length Trailer For Doctor Who: Series 8 Lands

by Becca Harperon 14/07/2014
The return of Doctor Who for series 8, is super exciting because it brings with it a new face for our timelord, Peter Capaldi. Unfortunately, it has also been plagued by leaks; first the scripts appeared online and next the first episode, albeit in black and white, missing some of the CGI and persistently watermarked. […]

The Day of the Doctor – Review

by Michael Doddon 24/11/2013
There will be some disagreement with this point of view, but to me it has felt like this day has taken forever to come. Ever since we discovered that the secret the Doctor has been taking such extreme measures to lock away was not his real name but a hidden incarnation who renounced the title […]

Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor: A Retrospective

by Michael Doddon 24/11/2013
My obsession with Doctor Who began at the turn of the millennium when the BBC were busy dedicating whole nights to their greatest ever shows like Monty Python and Fawlty Towers. I think the idea was as much to expose this kind of genius to a younger generation as it was to celebrate the past century […]

Doctor Who Enemies: The Daleks

by Stephen Breweron 20/11/2013
The brain child of science fiction writer Terry Nation (Survivor, Blake’s 7) and designed by Raymond Cusick (BBC Staff Designer) the Daleks are the most iconic of the Doctors enemies. Created by Davros during the final years of a thousand-year long war Davros genetically modified the inhabitants of Skaro , known then as Kaleds. He […]

Doctor Who and the Pop Charts Or How to Get a Number One the Criminally Easy Way

by David Roseon 19/11/2013
Science Fiction has always had a bit of a weird relationship to music. From the weird disco remixes of the Star Wars theme, to falling in love with a Starship Trooper to Mr. Spock singing about Bilbo Baggins: the bravest little hobbit of them all, the connection has always been there. It’s easy to see […]

Doctor Who Enemies: The Master

by Stephen Breweron 08/11/2013
First Appearance: Terror of the Autons (1971) First Actor: Roger Delgado The Doctor has had several high-profile enemies, but possibly not one more dangerous than ‘The Master’. The brainchild of the first creative team, headed up by producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks who both deliberately choose his title as ‘The Master’. They […]

William Hartnell as The First Doctor: A Retrospective

by Leonieon 05/11/2013
Fifty years ago this month the first episodes of Doctor Who were aired. It’s a rare thing for a series to last the years so well and appeal just as much to us today as it did back then. So this month some of the writers at Geek Pride will be writing retrospect’s on all of […]

Bad Wolf Day

by TheWookieon 05/06/2013
Bad Wolf Day 2013 Whovians around the world are confused   What is Bad Wolf Day? In 2005 an episode of Doctor Who was broadcasted on the 11th of June in the U.K. entitled “Bad Wolf.” When The Doctor, Rose, and Captain Jack Harkness wake up on Satellite 5, also known as “The GameStation,” They suffer […]