An Unfortunate Absence of Punctuation in BitTorrent File Names: Part 3

Ah, BitTorrent file names and their lack of sensible punctuation, especially when it comes to the secondary titles of “factual” TV shows. Here, then, is the second in a mercilessly ongoing series of quizzical commentaries on the phenomenon. The previous instalments, you'll recall, appeared here and here. (Disclaimer: This post is in no way intended …

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Moore Silliness

Tom Mankiewicz and the Shifting Tone of the James Bond Films Part Two: Habit, and a House Style Last Time: The arrival of writer Tom Mankiewicz impacted the tone of the James Bond film series in unexpected – and arguably detrimental – ways. With his formal departure from the series, do things improve…? A lobby …

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An Unfortunate Absence of Punctuation in BitTorrent File Names: Part 2

Ah, BitTorrent file names and their lack of sensible punctuation, especially when it comes to the secondary titles of “factual” TV shows. Here, then, is the second in a mercilessly ongoing series of quizzical commentaries on the phenomenon. The previous instalment, you'll recall, appeared here. (Disclaimer: This post is in no way intended to encourage …

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Doctor Who and the Fan Abandonment

An unprecedented thing has happened to Doctor Who in 2018. Chris Chibnall, writer of a handful of less-than-well-received episodes in past seasons and showrunner-by-proxy of frequently derided spinoff Torchwood, has decided to take a highly transformative approach to his first season as executive producer/head writer of the parent series. He has changed the gender of …

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