Are you already pining for Doctor Who? Don’t know what to do with yourself now that you already watched this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special? Then be sure to check out Doctor Puppet’s annual Christmas tribute. Doctor Puppet is a Doctor Who fan series created by Alisa Stern and a team of professional artists and musicians. The puppets and animation are created in New York City, while the music is produced and recorded in England.
Monthly Archives: December 2015
Sneak Peak: Shadowhunters2
Shadowhunters is a new supernatural drama based on The Mortal Instruments book series by Cassandra Clare. The highly anticipated series will premiere on the Freeform network (formerly ABC Family) on January 12, 2016 at 9/8c with the episode “The Mortal Cup.”
Shadowhunters follows 18-year old Clary Fray (Katherine McNamara). When the past of her mother (Maxim Roy), comes back to haunt the Fray family, Clary learns that the world around her is not what it seems. Clary discovers that there’s a Shadow World, unseen by most humans, that includes supernatural creatures such as demons, vampires, werewolves, warlocks, and faeries.
Doctor Who Christmas Special Review: The Husbands of River Song4
Doctor Who is like an old family friend who visits on Christmas Day–prompting past memories, eliciting conversations, and bringing multiple generations together. The 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, “The Husbands of River Song,” provided us moments of loss and love framed within a tale full of excitement and humor. In holiday fashion, Doctor Who reminds us that it’s the connections we have with others, whether running from a headless cyborg or sitting down for a meal together, that gives the story of our lives meaning.
Doctor Who: The Doctor Reunites with River Song in the 2015 Christmas Special0
Every holiday season we look forward spending time with family, traditional foods, and the Doctor Who Christmas special. This year’s special, “The Husbands of River Song,” will air at 5:15pm on BBC One and 9/8c on BBC America on December 25.
Audiobook Review: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman1
The Graveyard Book Audio Versions
Narrated by: Neil Gaiman
Length: 7 hrs 47 mins
Publisher: Harper’s Children
Released: September 2008
Available from Amazon as an Audio CD and through Audible audiobooks
Full Cast Audiobook
Narrated by: Neil Gaiman, Derek Jacobi, Robert Madge, Clare Corbett, Miriam Margolyes, Andrew Scott, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Emilia Fox, Reece Shearsmith, Lenny Henry, Elizabeth Bennett, Allan Corduner, Sean Baker, Tim Dann, Adjoa Andoh, Jenny Gannon, Dan Weyman, and Daniel Brocklebank.
Length: 8 hrs 24 mins
Publisher: Harper Audio
Released: September 2014
Available from Amazon as an Audio CD and through Audible audiobooks Continue reading
A Fox Short: Rescuing Ghosts0
With the silence within you,
With the darkness around you,
The ghosts can talk with no fear,
hoping you can hear.
We are always glad to find good fox-related digital art. “Rescuing Ghosts” is a poignant, wordless animated short about a vixen by furry artist Tirrel featuring music by composer Fox Amoore. Continue reading
Holiday Gifts for the Supernatural Fan in Your Life0
Do you have a Supernatural fan in your life? Are you hunting for some great holiday gifts for them? There are a lot of fun options out there.
Supernatural S11E09 Recap: O Brother Where Art Thou?4
Supernatural gives us an intense mid-season finale in “O Brother Where Art Thou?” Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) convinces his brother Dean (Jensen Ackles) that they need to at least talk to the Devil, even if they don’t make a deal with him. It’s fantastic to see Mark Pellegrino back on Supernatural. Padalecki and Pellegrino, along with the outstanding set designers, transported us during the scene in Hell. The scenes between Dean and Amara (Emily Swallow) brought their own surprises. “O Brother Where Art Thou” also brought our favorite mother-and-son team back together. You can never get too much Rowena (Ruth Connell) and Crowley (Mark Sheppard). It was fun to have so much focus on several different baddies in Supernatural.
Supernatural S11E09 Review: O Brother Where Art Thou?6
Supernatural gives us a riveting mid-season finale with “O Brother Where Art Thou?” Sam faces his biggest fear so he can figure out how to fix what he’s broken when the Darkness was released. In the process, he ends up getting closer to his old nemesis than he expected. While Sam gets reacquainted with the Great Deceiver, Dean gets to know the Darkness a little better. Sam and Dean aren’t the only ones concerned about the Darkness. Will the middle-management angels reinvigorate their warrior reputation?