On hearing from Tasha Lem that everyone in the church was trained to see through holograms, Clara originally added “Well isn’t that just…beezer!” After the Doctor handed Tasha his key to the TARDIS, he rounded on Clara and asked, “Beezer?” “Thing my Dad says,” explained his companion. “Nobody says beezer,” claimed the Time Lord. “They used to,” retorted Clara. “I’m a time traveller, they really didn’t,” insisted the Doctor.

Returning to the town, on emerging from the TARDIS Clara commented on how good it was to be wearing real clothes again, with the Doctor replying, “No idea. I couldn’t see your hologram clothes, I have a sublight astigmatism.” As the Doctor walked on, Clara paused, saying to herself “…Beezer.”

Deleted scenes from The Time of the Doctor, in Doctor Who Magazine’s Guide to the 50th Anniversary. 

So, erm, yeah, the Doctor saw Clara naked. 


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Is there a better way of showing a text message in a film? How about the internet? Even though we’re well into the digital age, film is still ineffective at depicting the world we live in. Maybe the solution lies not in content, but in form.

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Here are three short films that take place on your desktop
Internet Story (2010):
Noah (2013):
Transformers: the Premake (2014):

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - In Motion (from The Social Network)
David Arnold & Michael Price - On the Move (from Sherlock)
Daft Punk - End of Line (from Tron: Legacy)
Al Hirt - Green Hornet Theme (from Kill Bill Vol. 1)

NEAT NEAT NEAT NEAT!! Watch this. I wrote my thesis on the relationship between the internet and physical space and my views on it have evolved dramatically since then, but investigating how it is portrayed in film is such a cool way of analyzing it. Still much work to be done…I can’t wait to watch the first movie that takes place entirely on the internet.