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When Doctor Who returned to TV screens in the mid 2000s, the official BBC website ran a recurring feature called The Fear Factor. What happened was that a family of kiddywinks would preview the upcoming adventure and rate it from one to five as to how terrifying it was (1 = Harmless; 5 = Shit Your Pants). When it came to Tooth And Claw, the kids were suitably quaking at an episode that was touted as the scariest to date for the 21st century revival.
Now the scare factor in the reboot of Doctor Who has been a bit of a bone of contention. Some will argue that it's nowhere near as scary as what had gone before: The late '60s stories paraded scary monsters week in week out; The early '70s went close to the knuckle with blank-faced dummies, killer dolls and suffocating chairs; The mid-70s stories contained regular haunted »
We asked our Facebook fans to answer that question in a DVD giveaway contest to promote the Ian Dury biopic sex and drugs and rock and roll. The winning entry comes all the way from Nashville! Tribeca Film recently released sex and drugs and rock and roll, the feature biopic of Ian Dury (lead singer of Ian Dury and the Blockheads), starring Andy Serkis, the film had its North American premiere at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. (See photos.) The week after the film's release, we posted a giveaway contest on our Facebook fan page, asking fans to email us their answers to the question: What rock god are you most like? The winning entry would receive a DVD copy of the film. When we read through the entries, one stood out, and we thought we'd share it with you. It comes from Tim Hibbs of Nashville, Tennessee, and we hope »
2 items from 2011
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