happy birthday puddin’ 🥺❤️
Crowley and Aziraphale cover artwork for the Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook of Good Omens.
(Bit of a Photoshop hatchet job, but the non-slanted images on the product page were tiny, and I wanted them larger, so I cropped and straightened the cover.)
Wow never thought I was gonna regret preordering my blu ray until I found out I can’t get the steel book now
It is possible that, by now, I should be seen by a doctor.
O CROWLEY VELHO 😍
Behind the Scene of The Waters of Mars (Part 13)
Excerpt from The Radio Times article on The Waters of Mars (by Benjamin Cook):
With its terrifying army of zombified creatures sporting cracked veins and white pupils, The Waters of Mars, the first of David Tennant’s final three episodes, might also be his scariest yet. “Doctor Who can be funny, wise, whimsical, exciting, heartbreaking, you name it,” says Russell T. Davies, the series’ showrunner and, with Phil Ford, co-writer of this episode, “but I suppose the scary ones linger, because fear is such a vivid emotion, and very little stuff on TV is actually frightening. Good old-fashioned fear is Doctor Who’s domain. It’s what the viewers come for, especially kids.”
“The Waters of Mars is certainly one of the scariest episodes,” continues Davies. “It’s the intensity - it’s trapped, claustrophobic, desperate - which really ups the stakes. Towards the end, the monsters aren’t the scary things: it’s the humans and the Doctor who really give me a chill.” For once, even the Doctor is unsure what to do. “It’s full of powerful moral problems, such as when to do the right thing, and does the end justify the means? The Doctor makes some remarkable decisions, which might surprise the audience. It’s like the safety net is taken away. Who knows what he’s capable of?”
O AUGE DA BELEZA DELE VSF 🥵💜
Anson Mount in the Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 bloopers and gag reel (DVD extra features) - requested by @savhcaro
Look, I don’t watch this show, but Anson Mount is so goddamn GORGEOUS that I couldn’t not reblog this.
Hey @verai-marcel have you seen hell on wheels? :)
“It’s Tchaikovsky’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’,” said Crowley, closing his eyes as they went through Slough. To while away the time as they crossed the sleeping Chilterns, they also listened to William Byrd’s “We Are the Champions” and Beethoven’s “I Want To Break Free.” Neither were as good as Vaughan Williams’s “Fat-Bottomed Girls”.