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I am getting a little bit excited? I have even managed to drop my Piper prejudice.
22nd Mar 2005, 17:39  

rassilon7 says:

her eyes look very wrong in the poster

22nd Mar 2005, 17:40

Euphro says:

Judging from the previews I've seen it looks like the special effects have caught up with the ideas since ?1989...Should be great

22nd Mar 2005, 17:40

J says:

For the first time in ages I will be in on Saturday night. May just have to have a Dr Who party?

22nd Mar 2005, 17:42

Rich says:

Downloaded it, seen it, loved it. Piper is excellent, Eccleston rules, it's Doctor Who just as it always was but MUCH FASTER and better. It almost, almost makes up for the 15 year wait, but not for cancelling The Dark Dimension or making Dimensions in Time. It's going to kick yr head's ass through to next year, is what it'll do.

22nd Mar 2005, 18:01

neel says:

If anybody tells me anything I won't be happy. I've done my best to avoid any details/images/trails so far, but bits keep slipping through - and I think it's only going to get worse the closer we get to Saturday.

Sixteen years! Sixteen!

22nd Mar 2005, 18:09

Helen says:

Even I'm feeling a little excitement. Which is weird.

22nd Mar 2005, 19:08

Rich says:

No Neel, 15 years and three months and a few more of the 24 hour periods since Ep 3 of Survival was broadcast. Plus of course the McGann movie, lest we forget. I am teh completistiest! Ahhhh.

22nd Mar 2005, 19:20

Eamon Dull says:

A bit less excited now. Been a disappointment so far. Episode 1 was promising but then it turned into Terminator Two!

Not scary enough and too reliant on (not very good) compuder graphics. I saw Spearhead From Space (Pertwee) the other day and even 35 years on, it licks anything out today!

28th Apr 2005, 22:42