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  • Mountain Goats - All Eternals Deck

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Mar 29, 2011

    Album 18 for John Darnielle and friends
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    Album Review: The Mountain Goats, 'All Eternals Deck'

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Mar 29, 2011

    John Darnielle's apocalyptic outlook
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    Britney Spears, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa spring forth with March 29 releases

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Mar 28, 2011

    Pearl Jam reissues also highlight busy album slate
  • Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes - Doctor Who: Enlightenment, Episode 1 (1983) Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 2 (1983) Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 4 (1983) Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 4 (1983) Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 3 (1983) Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 2 (1983) Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 1 (1983) Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 3 (1983) Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 1 (1983) Doctor Who: Enlightenment, Episode 2 (1983) Doctor Who: Enlightenment, Episode 3 (1983) Doctor Who: Enlightenment, Episode 4 (1983) Doctor Who: Enlightenment, Episode 1 The four-part "Enlightenment" begins as the Doctor (Peter Davison), acting upon a warning from the White Guardian, materializes the TARDIS on the deck of a vessel which bears a striking resemblance to an Edwardian sailing yacht. The yacht is about to embark upon a race, the prize of which is dearly coveted by a rather nasty alien species known as the Eternals. Written by Barbara Clegg, "Enlightenment, Episode 1" first aired on March 1, 1983. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 2 In the second episode of the four-part story "Mawdryn Undead," the TARDIS is trapped in an orbital pattern around the earth, giving the Black Guardian (Valentine Dyall) ample time to plot vengeance against his old enemy, the Doctor (Peter Davison). To that end, the Guardian has recruited a young, innocent-looking lad named Vizlor Turlough (Mark Strickson) as a potential assassin. This episode features stock-footage "flashbacks" to several previous Doctor Who adventures, notably "The Three Doctors" and "Terror of the Zygons." Originally telecast on February 2, 1983, "Mawdryn Undead, Episode 2" was written by Peter Grimwade. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead, Episode 4 In the conclusion of the four-part story "Mawdryn Undead," the Doctor (Peter Davison) risks giving up his ability to regenerate in order to rescue several innocent victims of the Black Guardian's time-hopping mischief. And what has become of Turlough (Mark Strickson), the baby-faced teenager whom the Guardian has chosen to assassinate the Doctor? Originally telecast on February 9, 1983, "Mawdryn Undead, Episode 4" was written by Peter Grimwade. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 4 In the conclusion of the four-part story "Terminus," the Doctor (Peter Davison) tries to wrest the TARDIS free from the space pattern of a disease-ridden space station -- and to avoid triggering a fuel dump that would result in "Event Two," aka the End of the Universe. With the help of a creature known as the Garm (R.J. Bell), the Doctor may well succeed in saving himself and his companions, including young Turlough (Mark Strickson), who may or may not still be determined to assassinate the Doctor on behalf of the Black Guardian (Valentine Dyall). First telecast on February 24, 1983, "Terminus, Episode 4" was written by Stephen Gallagher. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 3 In the third episode of the four-part story "Terminus," young Turlough (Mark Strickson), acting on orders from the Black Guardian (Valentine Dyall), has locked the TARDIS into the flight pattern of a space stration peopled by victims of the dreaded Lazar's Disease. The Doctor (Peter Davison) tries to deal with this contingency, as well as a greater danger: An unstable thrust engine which may explode at any minute -- thereby destroying the entire Universe. First telecast on February 23, 1983, "Terminus, Episode 3" was written by Stephen Gallagher. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Terminus, Episode 2 In the second episode of the four-part story "Terminus," the efforts by Turlough (Mark Strickson) to destroy the TARDIS forces the vessel to lock itself into the flight pattern of an alien space station. To the Doctor (Peter Davison), this is danger enough, but things are far worse than they seem; the space station is populated by victims of the highly contagious Lazar'