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I haven't seen any white dog shit for years, could it be something to do with the demise of the Dulux dog?
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I haven't seen any white dog shit for years, could it be something to do with the demise of the Dulux dog?


I thought it was appropriate: a pile of shit of that type is rarely seen.
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Lets not forget guys that not only are New Who monsters not scary, they also don't make sense.

Eg.

candyman: Designed to match Helen Ks theme of happiness yet to also add fear.

Flat based bitch I can't recall name of: In the name not aging made herself into a trampoline...righhhhhhhhht.

Daleks: Squid thing in battle tank with sink plunger. Well there was limited resources and the image was kept out of purity of the Dalek image.

Ood: Carrying a brain in their hand. Simply not possible or practice, why would evolution allow this?
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munkus wrote:
Mistress Rani wrote:
munkus wrote:
The Myrka is actually quite scary, not because it looks good (which it doesn't) but because of the air of impending doom surrounding it.

The adipose couldn't even create an air of tension.
You're bidding for Rob's title of forum clown here aren't you monkey? Laughing You think a panto horse from Rentaghost creates an air of impending doom? Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

You'd better let Rob give you his red nose and floppy shoes!


Those floppy shoes, red noise and Lead filled face paints belong to you my friend. RTD wouldn't know scary even if Ian Levine filled to bursting point on aphrodisiac and Viagra burst into his bedroom an shouted "here's Johnny".


Ironically, the scariest thing RTD did in Who was Midnight, and that was because the 'monster' hid in human form, and it was the other humans that were being scary. I don't think RTD did any monsters in Who that well- he always seemed to work best when the menace was human. In Torchwood-Children of Earth, the real menace wasn't the 456, it was the human governments willing to screw their own people over to save their own sorry arses.
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Greywoolfe wrote:
munkus wrote:
Mistress Rani wrote:
munkus wrote:
The Myrka is actually quite scary, not because it looks good (which it doesn't) but because of the air of impending doom surrounding it.

The adipose couldn't even create an air of tension.
You're bidding for Rob's title of forum clown here aren't you monkey? Laughing You think a panto horse from Rentaghost creates an air of impending doom? Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

You'd better let Rob give you his red nose and floppy shoes!


Those floppy shoes, red noise and Lead filled face paints belong to you my friend. RTD wouldn't know scary even if Ian Levine filled to bursting point on aphrodisiac and Viagra burst into his bedroom an shouted "here's Johnny".


Ironically, the scariest thing RTD did in Who was Midnight, and that was because the 'monster' hid in human form, and it was the other humans that were being scary. I don't think RTD did any monsters in Who that well- he always seemed to work best when the menace was human. In Torchwood-Children of Earth, the real menace wasn't the 456, it was the human governments willing to screw their own people over to save their own sorry arses.


The ONLY scary thing in Torchwood is that the government funds those baffoons. For god sake Jacks plan to deal with the alien was to go into a building thats just had a virus released inside it, without protective clothing, and SHOUT at it.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

munkus wrote:
Daleks: Squid thing in battle tank with sink plunger. Well there was limited resources and the image was kept out of purity of the Dalek image.


They originally had an electromagnet in their sink plunger, allowing them to pick things up and manipulate controls, they even had pens and clipboards in The Daleks.

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Ood: Carrying a brain in their hand. Simply not possible or practice, why would evolution allow this?


I think a bigger problem with the Ood is that their hive mind is literally located in a giant disembodied brain, how the bleeding hell does that work? I think Charles Darwin probably turned in his grave when that episode was broadcast.
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In Torchwood-Children of Earth, the real menace wasn't the 456, it was the human governments willing to screw their own people over to save their own sorry arses.


Yes, it was a Poundland Ambassadors of Death rip-off with "jokes" about taking it up the arse.
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The ONLY scary thing in Torchwood is that the government funds those baffoons. For god sake Jacks plan to deal with the alien was to go into a building thats just had a virus released inside it, without protective clothing, and SHOUT at it.


Why Britain even needs Torchwood in the first place when we have the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce and Department C19 puzzles me.
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Tash wrote:
munkus wrote:
Daleks: Squid thing in battle tank with sink plunger. Well there was limited resources and the image was kept out of purity of the Dalek image.


They originally had an electromagnet in their sink plunger, allowing them to pick things up and manipulate controls, they even had pens and clipboards in The Daleks.

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Ood: Carrying a brain in their hand. Simply not possible or practice, why would evolution allow this?


I think a bigger problem with the Ood is that their hive mind is literally located in a giant disembodied brain, how the bleeding hell does that work? I think Charles Darwin probably turned in his grave when that episode was broadcast.


It's clear fathead knows F all about evolution. He did write in the Utopia mankind evolved into gas, downloads and then back to their basic shape.
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