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  1. I am a huge Sherlock fan it has been my hyperfixation for the last few years and my favorite thing is just in general books tv shows you name it I'm especially attached to the Benedict Cumberbatch version because he is a hyperfixation of mine. I am diagnosed with autism and the character of Sherlock has helped me find a lot of comfort in it.
  2. Who do you prefer, Irene or Molly? If Sherlock had to end up with someone, who would it be?
  3. I'm starting this thread for general articles about episodes that are summaries. Like this one: http://www.cultbox.co.uk/features/lists/top-5-sherlock-villains
  4. This is an open discussion and debate about the best Sherlock ships, including Sherlolly and Johnlock. I myself am a big sherlolly (Sherlock x molly) fan, but of course other opinions and new ships will be very interesting for everyone. 😀
  5. Yes, you read that correctly. In 1994, a Chinese film production company called Beijing Film Studio produced a martial art film with the world's greatest detective as its star. The film titled Sherlock Holmes and the Chinese Heroine or Sherlock Holmes In China, Holmes played by a less known actor named Alex Vanderpor (his IMDB profile only lists this film on filmography) and his partner Dr. Watson, portrayed by Chinese actor Zhongquan Xu (who only has 4 movies to his credit on IMDB) arrive in China to help in the war against opium traders. Apparently, the character is so popular in China, several non-Canon stories were published there along with this film. The film is available to watch on Youtube, unfortunately it's in Chinese without subtitles.
  6. Hello, I'm a German girl that really loves Sherlock. I have to do an essay on a topic I like and so I chose comparing the work of Doyle with the tv show "Sherlock". Now I need a heading for the whole thing, which motivates the reader to read it. It can be a question or a thesis or whatever it just has to sound interesting to the reader!
  7. What is your opinion on Sherlock fanfiction / different adaptations that change characters dramatically? How much do you think people should stay true to the original canon? I'm thinking of modern adaptations like Elementary with John as a woman, as well as previous rumors that BBC Sherlock's John and Sherlock would be romantically involved. Is there a line that people can cross that will ruin the story, and if so what is it?
  8. Hello everyone! I want to tell you about new android app "The world of Sherlock: tests and games". You can see and download it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.skysurfer.sherlocksworld Uncover all secrets with Sherlock and his friends using deduction! List of games: 1. Find Sherlock The task of deduction. Try with the first time to guess where Sherlock gone. Analyze the facts and make conclusions. If you can't guess from the first attempt, then you will be given hints. I wonder how many attempts you will need to find the answer? List of tests: 1. Who are you from the world of Sherlock? 2. How well do you know the series? (BBC's Sherlock quiz) 3. Your boyfriend in the world of Sherlock In the 1st test, you will know which of the Sherlock BBC series characters you most like. In the 2nd test you find 20 difficult questions about the content of the series. Only true fans, attentive and observantcan people can pass this difficult Sherlock quiz. The third test about love. This test is for girls who want to know which of the Sherlock heroes might be their boyfriend. Lists of tests and games will be replenished.
  9. Hi everyone I started watching the show sometime last year and wow, just wow. i only had to wait a couple of months for season 4, I don't know how fans from the beginning lasted between each season haha. Anyways, obviously i love Moriarty haha. But what I don't like is the writers messing the character about and the fandom. Yeah, they've confirmed him dead, but honestly from watching the show, i don't trust them :'). Maybe thats just me holding out hope that he's still alive because if Sherlock can fake his death than surely Moriarty can. mmmmmmmmmnotfair :') I'm 18 and from the UK, probably should have started with that haha. Sherlock is one of my maannnnnyyyy fandoms and if i could make a living out of being a fangirl i would haha. Sooo here's a link to my tumblr blog if yous wanna get to know me and see what fandoms i'm in http://crazydude1407.tumblr.com/ Oooo, I've also made two Sherlock fanvids if anyone wants to check them out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xJMnGLUhvc&t=1s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wli_0paRikE
  10. So... I came across this interview on what Cumberbatch imagines sex with Sherlock would be like. Any thoughts?
  11. Dear all, I want to share with you my youtube channel where i've made a lot a fanmade trailer Hope you like it ! And share with your Sherlocked friends i'm also on instagram for my photo editing of Sherlock to ! Michael Price followed to ! -> www.instagram.com/sherlockmusic Thank You all !
  12. Hi, I need to ask some questions for a piece of work that I am doing, would be much appreciated with any replies I get. If the cast had to be replaced, which actors would you choose to play Sherlock & John? Many thanks, Tom
  13. I thought of another meta discussion topic to help us get through the hiatus to the Christmas Special and hopefully soon after to Season 4. I will assume that, for most of us, we consider the BBC version of Sherlock to be the best on many levels. That is, we probably mostly consider Benedict Cumberbatch to be the best Sherlock Holmes. (Or maybe you don't! Maybe it's Jeremy Brett for you.) This is the place to discuss your favorites of characters, scenes, etc., assuming that you can't name a BBC version as your answer. I suggest that everyone feel free to use their own criteria for judging; so, one person may pick his or her favorite non-BBC Watson based on ACD canon compliance, and the other may pick his or her Watson based on nose shape! It's all fine! ***** I'll start. My nominees for the "Best Non-BBC..." Watson: I'll pick James Wilson from House. There was something delightful about making Holmes and Watson both be physicians and both be department heads that really showed that Wilson was an expert in his own right, in his own field (oncology). And, although there were times at the beginning of the series that I really wanted Wilson to do a better job standing up to House, by the end I was completely sold on the idea that Wilson was 1) a completely irresistible babe magnet (hello, Robert Sean Leonard!), and 2) completely and platonically soul-bonded to House. Irene Adler: Irene Adler from Elementary. Although she benefits from the "twist" regarding her background (which I'll spoiler tag below), Natalie Dormer plays Irene with a smoldering sexuality and absolutely modern confidence in her own abilities that makes me truly believe that she is what Irene would be in the current era. She continually conveys a sense of being in control of her relationship with Sherlock, and, thanks also to Jonny Lee Miller's acting, it is heart-rendingly believable that this women nearly destroyed Sherlock emotionally. Lestrade: Kind of going with a risky choice here, but I'm picking Lisa Cuddy from House. As the Dean of Medicine, she's in charge of keeping House in line, which she does by imposing a series of "time outs" in the form of extra clinic duty. She also deftly uses House's skills for the betterment of the hospital, making sure that House gets the really juicy cases that he wants while handing him those that no other department could solve on their own. "Shoot the Wall" Scene: Robert Downey Jr. wins this one for me in Sherlock Holmes. Sitting on the floor, surrounded by papers and experiments, with a haze of smoke hanging in the air from gunfire and probably not a small bit of smoking tobacco and God-knows-what-else, this Sherlock, has transcended frustrated and moved right along into abject despair. Next stop is clearly lighting the curtains on fire to see what happens when they burn. "Holmes and Watson First Meeting" Scene: The Russian Sherlock Holmes (2013) for the most off-handed meeting ever. If the BBC Sherlock treats the meeting with a combination of humor and gravity at this historic moment, the Russian version clearly could care less about how the men meet, which I find profoundly amusing. Sherlock hands a piece of paper with "221B Baker Street" written on it to Watson, who he has just met, and suggests if Watson is looking for cheap lodgings he can rent a room there for half price. When Watson finally moves in, it's clear that about half the town is also living there, so what's one more?
  14. I've thought about this for awhile and decided we needed a story that is told in sections as can happen at camp or sleepovers where 1 person starts then another continues where the 1st left off. I'll start the story then the next person will continue where I left off and so on and so forth. There are no specific character roles that a person will play (hence not being in the RPG area). We cover all of them as we write the story together. You can contribute a little or a lot. (And with the occasional 2+ people posting at the same time, the story could be very interesting rather quickly. Also there is no need to apologize if that happens. The story will just be more interesting even if it does seem confusing at times. We will make it work and have fun doing so. Because having fun is mandatory :D) Starter summary: Story: This comes from the If John and Sherlock parented Baby Watson at 221B thread. The story will start right after Mary leaves and before John moves back into 221B. Sherlock and John will have cases both from NSY as well as private clients & John will have his medical practice. Cast of Characters= Everyone that has been in an Episode of Sherlock and is alive is fair game (Sorry to anyone who liked CAM, he's dead and gone & so is Jeff the Cabby. However, Moriarty is an option because he's in limbo [all debate on how he survived/not survived can be found in the Series 4 threads elsewhere on here] & I kind of want him back in some way, shape, or form on the actual show.) as well as Baby Watson (who will be named Sheralyn in this story as I like that middle name from sfmpco's fanfic The Blackbird series) and obviously they will have clients like old times. So yes Mary can somehow be an option even though she left for some yet to be known reason. So on to the start of the story in the next post.
  15. Hey everyone, I just wanted to share something I helped build. It's Sherlock Holmes' CV. I'd love to get your feedback on it. Check it out at https://www.lucidpress.com/blog/solving-case-perfect-resume
  16. I think we've discussed this in various ways, in different places, but maybe it deserves its own thread? Below I've quoted/adapted some statements about Sherlock: Premise #1. Sherlock is transforming into a better person throughout the series due to John's influence. Premise #2. Sherlock is already a better person than anyone (including himself) thinks he is, but it is being revealed through his relationship with John. Premise #3. Sherlock is not a good man and never will be, with or without John. Premise #4. "Good and bad" are concepts that do not apply to Sherlock. Take it in any direction you like, and discuss!
  17. I’m involved in a Sherlock-themed project and I want to know from fans: how has Sherlock impacted your life? Has it helped in a pivotal moment? Has it changed the way you see things? How was your experience as a Sherlock fan?
  18. Hello all! I was pottering about on Pinterest and came across this which I found pretty amusing, does anyone know any more?
  20. I am currently starting a illustration project for university and one of my major characters is Sherlock Holmes. I was currently wondering in all versions of Sherlock, what would he use to look under a locked door of a well lit room, that he could not open. He can not remove the door, unlock or open the door, or look through any other windows, cracks or holes. Simply what kind of equipment would he use to look under the door and into a room? This can be from the original literature or any of the alternative versions. Thank you
  21. Radio Times is doing their TV champion. The Drama category started today. From Sherlock (not necessarily representing it) are Benedict, Mark, Amanda, Martin, and Louise (all winning so far). Voting for this round is open for about 48 hours total. If you want to vote go here. They have several TV categories for voting with the winners in each category going against each other for the ultimate champion. In Drama David Tennant and Aidan Turner have the most votes by far 20k+ and 19k+ respectively for this first round. Whoever wins in Drama will go up against the winners of Factual, Soap Opera, Comedy, Reality, etc. The pictures are about the size of an actual finger nail so to help you find our cast by pairings (counting down the left side then the right): Benedict #7, Mark #8, Amanda #9, Martin #11, and Louise #27
  22. Hi everybody! At first, sorry for my english, is very bad... I just checked in this forum and it's great! I'm a fan of Sherlock since it started. But I like Moriarty, so much Do you think that will come in series 4? I've seen pictures that are supposed to be shooting and Andrew Scott also went ouy, but I don't know if it's true or false.
  23. Check out my Remix I did of the Sherlock 2009 Film starring Robert Downy Jr. I hope that you enjoy and share if you like it...The Music in the video is entirely my own: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOxbjKYnsco
  24. There have been inquiries involving this in more than one thread, so I thought let's bring it together. There have been theories that Sherlock & Mycroft had an older brother, who possibly was left in charge of them & ran the household, then there are some who believe " the other one" may be a sister... Ok off you go! Pop on off & get to speculating. http://www.bubblews.com/news/2039942-have-sherlock-and-mycroft-got-another-sibling The copy above reads as follows: Have Sherlock and Mycroft Got Another Sibling? by Jo Harrington, &JoHarrington 22 likes 16 comments 1,015 views January 13, 2014 *WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN BBC'S SHERLOCK THIRD SERIES EPISODE THREE* There was an intriguing reference made in last night's 'Sherlock' on BBC One. Mycroft Holmes disdained the suggestion that he might be subject to nepotism, in advising a course of action involving his younger brother. He said words to the effect that it wasn't a consideration for 'the other one', so why would it be for Sherlock Holmes? My ears pricked up. As soon as the programme was over, I rushed to search for a third Holmes brother or sister. It seemed that the rest of the Sherlock-osphere was buzzing on precisely that same question too. Naturally, we were all turning to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle canon for clues. There wasn't much there, but neither was it ever explicitly stated that Mycroft and Sherlock were the only siblings in the Holmes family. In fact, the inferences were that there were more children. Remember that originally these were 19th century characters, and Victorian families tended to be huge. (One of my own forebears was one of fifteen; another was smack bang in the middle of a brood of twenty-one, though the majority of his siblings didn't make it through infancy.) It would be more amazing if there were only two Holmes sons. In 'The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter', we were told that the Holmes family were country squires. That implies a large estate somewhere outside London. As Mycroft lives and works in London - and he is the elder brother - than we have to suppose that there's at least one sibling who is his senior. That's the Holmes brother who inherited the country estate. (It can't be a sister, as both Mycroft and Sherlock would have inherited over her back then.) In 'The Adventure of the Copper Beeches', Sherlock mutters a lot about 'no sister of mine would *insert moralistic injunction*'. It could be a figure of speech, or he could be hinting at the fact that he has sisters. It would be expected that he'd say 'my sister would not....', if there was only one. So while the Sherlock Holmes world has been focusing upon just two brothers, the canon allows for at least one older brother and two or more sisters. Maybe a lot more. Though the BBC production does leave us with major questions surrounding their possible existence in the show. After all, they weren't at the Holmes family home at Christmas, despite the presence of Mycroft and Sherlock. Anyone else excited by the inherent possibilities for season four of 'Sherlock'? If only to clear up the question of to whom Mycroft referred in that most cryptic statement about 'the other one'.
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