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Convict13

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  1. Thanks for the link. I would loved to have gone to this, Melbourne is only about a 9 hour drive, but, I had to choose and I chose to go see Stephen Fry instead.
  2. Always wanted to ask Mark a question? I think today is your day. So I assume that is British time not too sure., but you don't have much time. This season of Doctor Who has been a roller coaster of adventure, full of Zygons and Daleks and spinny hugs. The series continues next Saturday, November 14, with episode 9, Sleep No More, written by Mark Gatiss. To celebrate his return to Doctor Who, Mark will be hosting a Tumblr Answer Time right here on the Doctor Who Tumblr! Starting Monday, November 9 at 11am ET / 8am PT, Mark will be answering questions submitted to our askbox, which can be found right here. https://www.tumblr.com/explore/answertime
  3. It would seem that your wish has come true. http://www.hometheaterforum.com/topic/343953-sherlock-holmes-1916-blu-ray-review/
  4. We are in London in July, we have been there about 3 times before, so we are looking at 'different' tourist sites this time around.
  5. Lovely interview from Mark, but I find the interviewer a little rude at times, she cuts him off at time. And what is with her sexual connotations with everything?
  6. Excellent, I'm off to the UK next year so I try to fit some of this into a "one" day tour as I am only in London for 5 days and up to Manchester way to visit my husbands relatives.
  7. It looks a really interesting movie, I'll probably go see it. I really like Joel Edgerton the guy that got second billing,he is a really versatile and talented actor/producer/director from Australia, you may know him from The Great Gatsby, he played Daisy Buchanan's husband Tom. He is a great actor so it would seem that they have a really good cast for this movie. It always freaks me out to here an American accent out of Ben's mouth.
  8. If you blink you may miss him, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsxj5WEymx4
  9. I saw that but cannot go :( , so I will quietly just cry in the corner of the room. I did think this was a bit rude though 'and in which he stars (somewhat unbelievably) as Benedict Cumberbatch's brother.' Unbelievable? You staff writer (hiding away there) are the only unbelievable thing about that story.
  10. Alas, the only knowledge I have of them is what Convict13 had to say. I'm interested too, though, if anyone else out there has something to add. If I had any sense I'd check and see if any of the local libraries have one I could test the waters with ...but that would require some effort on my part... :P I love his use of language and writing style, it reminds me a lot of the style of Stephen Fry's writing(which I enjoy also). They are quite naughty novels, so if lots of florid language, sex scenes and violence are not really your scene then maybe not. But I found the one I read and it is the only one that I've had a chance to so far very entertaining and quite funny.
  11. I think there is a bit of queue forming.
  12. This is just cruel. I was annoyed that I couldn't go to this because I really like Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, but today they announce that Mark Gatiss is coming to Australia for the Doctor Who Festival 2015, and I simply cannot go. :( http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=DRWHO15
  13. I found this on you tube and I thought I would share, it is a 1912 film adaption of The Adventure of the Copper Beeches. Starring Georges Treville as Sherlock Holmes, interesting to note that Arthur Conan Doyle was the producer. I cannot tell you how much I HATE organ music which is used in some of this video, but luckily not all of it. For all you Watson fans, sorry he doesn't appear in this film version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI9ZYmImXXg
  14. Has anyone caught up with Mapp and Lucia in which the wonderful Mr Gatiss plays the part of "The Major", it is only a 3 part series, ah but it is delicious, but not quite enough of Mark on screen for my liking.
  15. I loved The Vesuvius Club, but they are a little naughty.
  16. I picked up this novel last weekend and have read it already, it was one of those that you wish the bus ride home was longer so you can just sit and read for longer. Funny, naughty and lots of action I loved this, now I just have to find his only novels. Cannot recommend enough.
  17. A new photo care of Mr McKellen along with the opening dates in the UK, June 19th and USA July 17th. Nothing so far for the rest of the world.
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