scientificfiction asked: you can watch sherlock online at sidereel
Submit for real though. →
Anonymous asked: i'm interested in watching sherlock... do you know a safe website where i can watch it?
crimsonstars-and-silentstars asked: If you go on to Dailymotion and look for either tardismedia or martrixarchive (same person) they have all the classics. This is where a lot of the videos from crossing the whoniverse came from.
smile-you-got-this-deactivated2 asked: I love your theme!!!!!!!
Anonymous asked: the classic who videos don't work!
Merry Late Late Christmas....
Submissions are finally open again! I tried to make the template as close as possible to the old one. You can submit here. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT THROUGH ASKS. One of the new changes I want to put into action is to be able to stop submissions coming in when I need to catch up, so I don’t get overwhelmed and disappear again. I’m not sure but I think I’ll be taking submissions in...
Doctor who; All of the whoverse
I saw your post about people wanting to watch classic who, and here is a very reliable online site where you can watch Classic, New, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, and K-9 and company. It is currently only up to ‘The Girl who Waited’ for New Who, but it’ll update soon enough. There are little popup ads, but they’re those ‘wait five seconds and continue to the...
flutepiphany asked: I watch a lot of classic who mostly though Netflix. Most of the serials you have to get through DVD, but some you can stream. I think it's worth it though, I love the classics.
scienceandmusic asked: I think new who is awesome.. But I haven't been able to find the classic who online, and you can't find a single episode of any type of Doctor Who on danish television. I still call myself a whovian.
Anonymous asked: Not a question...but i love you blog <3 kthnx .... plus: LOVE the My Little Pony Gifs/Pics... made my day <3
Okay, you guys are all seriously awesome. I really need to get back to actually working on this blog with stuff it’s supposed to have. Seriously. I think I’ll make a new submission template tomorrow. And just so everyone knows, Classic Who submissions are allowed and always have been, as long as you tell me what it’s from so I know I’m not posting irrelevant nonsense.
knee-koal asked: LOL. Telling someone they shouldn't start a blog about Doctor Who b/c they don't know every single detail of 'CLASSIC' Doctor Who is like telling someone they can't listen to Rock music b/c they didn''t listen to Classic Rock music ... I like your blog, A LOT and really I'm the coolest ever so that's all that matters. :P j/k
Anonymous asked: there's nothing wrong with only watching new who. i call myself a whovian, but i've never seen classic who. sure, i plan on getting around to see classic who eventually, but i don't have time to sit through 8 doctors and like 20+ seasons. there's nothing wrong with being a new who blog. plus, that anon is wrong, new who is awesome. of course i can't compare it to classic...
Anonymous asked: Let's put it this way: If the owner of this wonderful blog didn't watch Doctor Who, they wouldn't give a damn about the show and thus WOULDN'T OWN THE BLOG. You wouldn't make a 'you know you're a fan of x' blog if you didn't watch 'x', now would you? I certainly wouldn't make a fanpage about something I couldn't care less about.
i-aint-even-bovvered asked: My favorite thing about you calling out this anon is the fact that you are using pony pics/gifs. I demand the most epic of brohoofs.
Anonymous asked: I think you're doing a very good job on this blog. The fact of the matter is, not a lot of people have watched classic who, which is fine. I think you're doing a beautiful job :)
Anonymous asked: Will you post your icon?O_o
Anonymous asked: even if you disregard everything you've said, and everything i've said. the fact that you run a doctor who blog, and only know tom baker, is pathetic. maybe learn a little something about the show before making a blog ;D kthnxbai
rewritethestars asked: I become emotionally invested in characters. Like, majorly. Watching Classic Who would mean adjusting to eight new Doctors and countless companions. I'd hate that. I've only just adjusted to Amy! I'd just resent all the Doctors and all the companions. I don't want to do that!
Anonymous asked: to that pretentious twat who asked for the first eight doctors without the help of the internet: william hartnell, patrick troughton, jon pertwee, tom baker, peter davison, colin baker, sylvester mccoy, and paul mcgann. all this from a whovian who started watching this march and has only seen new!who series 2 through 6. you can get off your high horse now.
i-aint-even-bovvered asked: You totally pwned that anon!
Anonymous asked: i agree, the show is indeed divided. classic who, which is an amazing,sci-fi show. and new-who, which is a poor effort at re-imagining an old idea, and turning it into a family romantic comedy. to someone who only watches classic who, i'd say "well done, you don't have to suffer what the show has turned into". oh, and congratulations on attempting to win the argument by...
Anonymous asked: I think that anon is a hipster.
recklessalchemist asked: The episode that honestly scared me the most. It's going to sound silly but The God Complex. But it was because it was my knowledge of Who that scared me. I see the Weeping Angels in the one room. "OH GOD!-Oh they're not real, they just look li-THE IMAGE OF AN ANGEL IS AN ANGEL. THEIMAGEOFANANGELISANANGELGETOUTGETOUTGETOUT." That is what literally went through my brain. And I...
Anonymous asked: nah man. i just hate people like you who run doctor who blogs and only post new-who. if you can name the original 8 doctors without help from the internet, i'll eat my own hand.
Anonymous asked: i could start something. but you have the internet, and therefore any question i give you, you'll easily look up. not much of a challenge tbh.
saltyfeathers asked: I'm currently on a quest to watch all the Classic Who, and when I got to the Marco Polo serial, there were only audios of it left. However, I started to listen to them, and once I got to the episode, "The Shrieking Sands" (I think that's what it was called) it was late at night and I just sat there listening to some of the scariest audio I've ever heard. And this was from...
Anonymous asked: watch out, we've got someone who knows nothing about doctor who running this blog.
Okay, okay, I think that’s quite enough messages for now! It looks like the creepy weepiest were the Weeping Angels, “Midnight”, and The Silence. I mostly asked so that I could decide what to make my mom watch tomorrow. I think I shall go with the two-parter for The Silence. I can’t wait to scare the pants off of her!
smile-you-got-this-deactivated2 asked: BLINK!!!!!!!!!! I watched it with a angle in my back yard at 11 PM at night.
bookishandi asked: Midnight is the scariest because humans are the scary ones. The Weeping Angels were delightfully creepy in Blink, but I think the S5 two-parter took away their scary by showing them move and letting them talk.
Anonymous asked: I was creeped out while watching The Rebel's Flesh...
beelzebub-crockpottotheface asked: I think Midnight is probably the scariest overall because it was never fully explained. But for me, The Empty Child and Night Terrors had the most impact. I am terrified of little children because of those episodes.
Anonymous asked: i love how no-one's posted from the classic series. clearly none of you have any taste.
jayeryane-archived asked: Midnight. Blink once you figured out how to stop the angels, not scary anymore. Midnight, they didn't know how to stop the alien, and two women died because of it. The doctor solved nothing. it was an eery and sad conclusion.
Anonymous asked: the rebel blood (?) i forgot what it was called
Anonymous asked: Screw the Angels, the one on the diamond planet and the killer sun was creepy as hell.
achievementderp asked: Blink, and anything involving the Silence...*shivers*
melissafromreno asked: I think the creepiest things for me in Doctor Who are the Weeping Angels and The Silence. I cringe and whimper whenever I watch episodes with those monsters in them. x[
xerionsmusings asked: Midnight. Midnight Midnight Midnight. The only Doctor Who episode where we never find out what the monster was.
padaleckiel asked: either Midnight or Blink! love the blog<3
skullwing195-deactivated2012041 asked: Most definitely Blink. I hated/loved that episode. So creepy
rulerofnarnia asked: I always thought impossible Planet/ Satan's Pit was the scariest.. It may be because I watched that episode home alone late at night...
looninabox asked: It had to be Blink. Especially since I first watched it down the street from a place that sold statues. >< I couldn't sleep that night, I was so freaked. I love Blink, though. It's my favorite episode.
Anonymous asked: Definitly Blink and Silence in the Library. I actually hate SitL but the Vashta Nerada are just so scary.
firstlady-lauren asked: Blink. Ohgawd.
marytimony asked: THE ONE WITH THE BYZANTIUM AND WEEPING ANGELS AND SDKFJDS
kaiodie asked: The creepiest for me was 'Blink' D: