Happy Birthday to our Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison!
Mark Gatiss, James McAvoy and Martin Freeman attend the Laurence Olivier Awards at The Royal Opera House on April 13, 2014 in London, England.
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They all look very dapper but this has bought the devastating realisation that McAvoy is really quite short. I don’t remember him being that short when I met him…
the amount of sass in classic who is too much
A lovely bit from one of my favorite episodes.
From Bitch with Wi-Fi: As the title says, this is a very old Call for Papers. Though I considered trashing it, I’m keeping it on the site because the submission info is probably still good for future issues.
OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
Do you want to write for Bright Wall/Dark Room? We are officially opening up the submission process for our May issue at this point, which will be revolving around an “End of the World” theme.
So, if you have an idea (or an essay) that you think might work within that theme, contact us via email (email@example.com) or pitch us something directly on our Submittable page. If it’s something we can work with, we’ll be in touch in the very near future — and you could see your piece published in our May issue.
ps: Our April issue, focused entirely on the films of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson (“The Magnificent Andersons”), will be out on Tuesday!
Strangers on a Train (1951).
I know the plot but have never seen the movie. Though, Wasn’t the idea based on an Agatha Christie novel?