Next time on Third Eye Cinema: we speak with one of the two men behind a long running symphonic metal band with a difference!
“I resented being back in the military. The orders, tedium…the bullying passive aggression. It had been my whole life, once…and then there was meeting the Doctor. The freedom of travelling in time and space.
More than that: the Doctor’s whole attitude. Questioning everything. Refusing to obey. No wonder they thought he was so dangerous…”
“You see here, Leela?”
“It is an empty floor, in a big empty room.”
“…You wish to solve this mystery?”
“Well, why not, I’ve got nothing else on this morning!”
Leela’s having nightmares, the sort that leave her disturbed long after waking. The Doctor knows something’s up, but she’s playing her cards close to her tunic…
Landing on an abandoned luxury liner, they discover a body that disintegrates on touch, leading them directly into one of deep space’s great mysteries.
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“Avon, do you ever see someone and think they’re not a fool?”
“Only when he looks in a mirror.”
“The world is changing, Mr. Whitlock…it’s the new way of things.”
“In Bohemia, perhaps. Never in Suffolk!”
The Doctor and Nyssa are dropped headlong into the midst of a private estate Suffolk safari, only to discover that there is far more going on here than at first seems apparent. For they’re all about to be dropped in the middle of a complex alien affair…
“A shovel and a trip through Eagle Hill Cemetery at this hour? You sure know how to show a girl a good time, Sabrina.”
Sabrina Stuart nee Jennings meets up with her cousin by marriage Amy Jennings, still at Collinsport after the events in last month’s The Happier Dead. Weaning Amy away from her studies, the two head out to the cemetery to dig up the corpse of Gerard Stiles…who like Judah Zachary before him, is bereft of head…
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Despite some oddly variable weather patterns that find the temperature shifting from summer heat to winter cold and back again in the course of a mere day, it’s suddenly apparent that spring has sprung upon us at last.
OK, I hear you asking. How do you know this, o great prestidigitator of yore? Simple. Because the album releases are coming at us fast and furious, and some truly quality ones they are!
So fasten your seat belts, lower your visors and prepare to jet off into one of the stronger months for music we’ve had in some time. Just because it’s spring doesn’t mean it’ll be all hearts and flowers, but it’s clear that with the incipient return of the Oak King, there’s an unusually positive vibe in the air…avaunt!
Vinegar Syndrome continues to sift through a seemingly endless cache of interesting obscurities with their release of two cult costume epics from the early 1970s, available on either limited edition Blu-ray or standard DVD.