Catch up on Doctor Who by watching all 707 classic episodes at once

Since it debuted in 2005, the rebooted incarnation of Doctor Who has won over a legion of fans dedicated to the time traveling alien and his human companions. But while it’s relatively easy to keep track of the four Doctors and eight seasons that encompass “New Who,” it can be much more confusing to understand the…

Doctor Who (Classic): “The Stones Of Blood”

Most of what Doctor Who was doing right in 1978 is on display in “The Stones Of Blood,” the third story in the six-part, season-long Key To Time arc and close to the exact midpoint of producer Graham Williams’ three years running the show. It’s the Williams aesthetic in a nutshell—a fun story with a quip-laden script…

In space, no one can hear these ambient loops from Alien, Star Wars, and Blade Runner

Hot on the levitating heels of those Harry Potter soundscapes—which finally give honorary Hogwarts alumni the house-affiliated ambient soundtracks they’ve always craved—Dangerous Minds has collected a bunch of extended loops of background noise from other favorites of genre cinema. At last, you too can drown out the…

Someone merged all the Doctors together to find Doctor Who’s “average” face

One of the secrets of Doctor Who’s longevity is the way the show’s producers found, early on, a way to create a star-driven show that could replace said star whenever he decided to retire. Thanks to the miracle/plot device of regeneration, the Doctor can take any form possible in his decade-spanning career (so long as…

Here’s a chart that lays out every Doctor’s lifespan on Doctor Who

Ever confused by all that wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff, we humans are left with our simplistic questions: How long has the Doctor lived? But now a U.K. man named Paul Smith—who has established an imprint called Wonderful Books, solely for the self-publication of Doctor Who-related titles—has published an…