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Author Archives: Alice Marie
I’ve been re-watching the Russell T. Davies era of Doctor Who. I’m doing this because I want to remember why I fell in love with this show in the first place, and also because I do this every year. This time … Continue reading
OK, you know what? Spoiler alert. It’s been a week, and I’ve needed the whole time to process this episode. So if you haven’t seen it yet, tough. We’re going to talk about feels, and we’re going to talk about … Continue reading
Well, I just watched the pilot for CBS’ Elementary and I really, really enjoyed it. In fact, I found it much more accessible than BBC’s Sherlock as far as episode length (90 minutes is too damn long), and far more … Continue reading
Chris Chibnall, I applaud you! You knocked another one right out of the park for me, and for that I thank you. Chibnall has a way of writing Amy and Rory that reminds all of us why we fell in … Continue reading
Hey folks, sorry this is a day late. (Food poisoning is quite the thing). Moving right along let’s talk about this week’s Doctor Who episode, “A Town Called Mercy”. Are you ready for some spoilers?
It may sound odd to say this, but I actually feel sorry for people who didn’t have the profound experience of being touched by the story of Kevin “Wash” & Tashi Pratt-King. Many of us at Geekquality have gotten very … Continue reading
I have to admit, this week’s Doctor Who wasn’t even close to being as terrible as last week’s. It was pretty good, actually. It had all the fun and joy of not only the Davies era, but also the Douglas Adams episodes … Continue reading
On Monday NBC put up on Hulu the pilot of it’s newest Bad Robot sci-fi series, Revolution (network premier Sept. 17). A few of us have been looking forward to it: I mean, who can resist a good Singularity mystery? Unfortunately, there … Continue reading
After watching the Series 7 premier of Doctor Who, I was appalled: fully, literally, to my core appalled. What the hell is Steven Moffat doing? Is he actively TRYING to be sexist here? Does he actually want me to start … Continue reading
Please say hello to Ritch, guys! Ritch is an all around awesome blogger, who flippin’ loves Doctor Who. In fact, that’s how we were introduced in the first place. “Alice, do you know Ritch? He LOVES Doctor Who!” Ritch has … Continue reading
I have a great deal of emotions when it comes to Joss Whedon. Many of them conflicting and all of them complicated. But I’ve got to tell you, he did the most stunning job with Natasha Romanoff (Natalia Romanova, for … Continue reading
Saga (Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples), a brand spankin’ new series from Image, is a beautiful adventure that takes place on faraway planets. Hazel, the narrator of the story, is first seen as a baby being born within the … Continue reading
How many of you guys are major Harry Potter fans? All of you, right? If my Tumblr dashboard is any indication, I’m just going to assume we’re all on the same wizarding page here, and I’d like to tell you … Continue reading
I really wanted to hate New Girl. I saw countless GIFs reblogged on Tumblr, and plenty of friends (including our own Tanya) insisted the show was worth a shot, but as a longstanding dissenter of the Cult of Zooey D, … Continue reading
Are you guys ready for more tripods, red weed, and heat rays, and all that with a bad-ass lady journalist taking on the system and exposing the sins of the British Empire? The Great Game picks up another 30 years … Continue reading