Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by TheLazenby, Jun 18, 2013.
I haven’t, but there are a few on other forums who have. Should be here soon!
Amazon listing a March 19, 2019 release Tom Baker's 7th Season Boxset on Blu-Ray
There is a David Tennant anime episode of Doctor Who that was produced in HD but somehow wound up on DVD and on iTunes in low-resolution.
It is finally coming out in HD on BluRay in Feb 2019, albeit only in Germany so far:
Do you believe there’s no such thing as Macra?
Roll on March!
Finally, we're going to see Michael Craze and Frazer Hines in tight Bermuda shorts in motion! Even if it's only animation.
Thank you for sharing this news.
Good thing I checked this thread. Didn't know about the issue with the Baker set.
Does anybody have a copy of the first Tom Baker BluRay box to lend/rent to me? (about two weeks, plus a week either way for postage)(preferable from within Australia) I have owned all those stories on DVD for several years already, I'm still only 3/4 done buying the full run (1963-1989) on DVD and I don't really want to fork out the money to buy it unless I can see for myself that it is worth buying.
I want to watch it. If I like what I see, I shall go out and buy it. If I can't see any value in buying it, I won't. But until I get to actually watch it, I can't see any value. Mainly because I can't see it.
I received my replacement disks for the Tom Baker set on Saturday.
Just over a month until release
soon of the "Macra Terror"
‘The Macra Terror’ DVD and Blu-Ray cover art and special features revealed
Steelbook (3 disc set)
Let's hope there's a US/Region 1 Blu-ray release!
Exclusive: Watch an extract from Doctor Who animation of classic lost story 'The Macra Terror'
"Mission To The Unknown"
Another Fan created Lost episode
DR WHO - MISSION TO THE UNKNOWN (BBC NORTH WEST NEWS 20/02/19)
Sharing information for anyone looking to buy UK Blu-Ray release for "Power Of The Daleks" it will play Region Free in non-Sony Blu-Ray players.
Season 10 AKA Pertwee Season 4 is next up. Pre-order on Amazon:
Excellent! Although I couldn't care less what Moffat and Gatiss have to say regarding this season, unless it's 'wow, the show was actually good back then, we really ran it in to the ground, didn't we.'
They'll probably complain about how the Third Doctor was mean to Jo and authority figures, like most of the modern criticism of Pertwee does. Personally, that's part of his charm IMO, and part of why he is my favorite Doctor.
Pertwee is my favorite Doctor too! Doesn't hurt that I had an uncle that Pertwee reminded me of a LOT -- my mother thought so too. Crazy hair, and all his sort of half-pompous eccentricities -- totally like my uncle, who was an art/art-history professor, and a very learned man about tons of different things. Got my love of jazz from him (my uncle) too.
I was a big Who fan as a teenager, all through high school, and even a little into college. But never beyond that (nothing after the late 80's, I'm afraid).
That pretty much sounds like my story. Loved it while in junior high and high school. Stopped watching it shortly into my college years... as the show became pretty silly those last couple of years in the 80s and I was too "cool" to watch it any more.
I rediscovered my love for the show when I turned 40. While I had seen most of the episodes multiple times as a teenager, it was fun to re-watch them all over again after a 20+ year hiatus. They felt "new" again.
This is great news about the "Classic Who" Pertwee next and continuing on Blu-Ray boxsets!
Post just delivered Macra Terror Blu-Ray
I originally read your post as
Post just delivered Macca Terror Blu-Ray
Extended version of Mull Of Kintyre?
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