Rita is back for this week’s episode of Transmissions From Atlantis as we focus on the metal, giving you our Iron Man 3 review and focusing on this week’s Doctor Who episode Nightmare in Silver – written by the legendary Neil Gaimain. We also talk Defiance – is it worth it to continue watching? We get Rita’s review of Oblivion and also mark the passing of special effects legend Ray HarryHausen. Plus, Netflix is trying to kill Browncoat dreams.
If that’s not enough, we also give you a preview of season 6 of True Blood, review this week’s episode of Game of Thrones and deliver a retro review of Fringe Season 4.
In addition to the Nightmare in Silver preview, we also ask which Cyberman will be better – Gaiman’s or the Cybus Industry ones established by RTD, we’ll give you the scoop on the Doc’s name in The Name of the Doctor, review the Crimson Horror and give you the latest 50th news.
Finally, we are putting the call out to you, the Doctor Who fan to give us your opinion on Colin Baker’s sixth doctor. You can leave a message at 813-333-9049, or skype at handle JasonDLT or do a youtube video or recording and email the file/link to hosts at transmissionsfromatlantis.com.
Check out the links and schedule after the jump!
Jason is without his lovely co-host in this week’s Transmissions From Atlantis due to Rita’s nasty cold. But to help him get through the misery of being without his lady love, friends of the show Dr. Scott Vigue (Dr. Geek and Articles of the Shadow Proclamation) and noted Writer/Swing Dancer/Gamer David Hernandez join in the fun.
This week, we’re reviewing Tom Cruise’s Oblivion and the latest episode of Game of Thrones. We also give you KHANformation on who Benedict Cumberbatch is playing in Star Trek Into Darkness. David gives us an awesome review of Evil Dead (2013) and we talk all things Who including 50th anniversary rumors, possible spinoffs and give you reviews of both Hide and Journey to the Center of the TARDIS. Finally, In Legacy Who, we continue our on going series on the Doctor with a focus on Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor.
All this, plus much more! Links and the lineup after the jump!