Whovians love to argue over who are the best and worst companions, and for good reason.
What was intended to be only a few months turned into a stay that lasted well into the next year. In that time, I learned a few surprising things from the experience.
We understand that films are sometimes censored to make the appropriate for all TV-viewing audiences -- but sometimes movies don't go far enough. Blurred lines or lots of pixels don't censor quite enough.
True crime is a popular genre, but what sort of sick puke seeks out true stories of horrific murder for pure, popcorn-munching entertainment? Well, unfortunately, you may have unwittingly done that.
The war is over, but the battles are still being fought for some reason.
Polishing a turd is no easy feat, but it can be done -- all you have to do is remove the little kernels of corn.
There are a fair few characters who have practically no chance at all to ever feature in a movie of their own, despite the fact that they could totally carry one.
Hollywood takes certain liberties adapting comic books for the big screen. And after seeing these storylines, its no wonder they keep to the general guideline and avoid the specifics.
Don't believe something as benign as a New Year's Eve countdown show could have been such a monumental spectacle of failure? Well, let's lay out all the evidence I've collected.
Why do formerly great directors decline into shit? The answers are probably a lot more simple than we think.
If the documentary '2012' taught us anything: Weather can be crazy, man.
The people making trailers actually have really good reasons for making everything so painfully repetitive.