Thu, 16 October 2014
In this episode of The Web of Queer we review the newest episode, Mummy On The Orient Express, and take a look at the Hartnel classic, The Aztecs.
In Mummy, we ogle the setting a bit, then get down to business. Do the ends justify the means? Do we think the Doctor is reasonable in how he interacts with those about to die? What about our main characters' addictions and what do we think of how the Mummy is selecting victims?
What things in The Aztecs caught our attention? As Barbara takes center stage, what did we think of her, and the other women’s portrayals in the 1964 story, and did we see any threads to modern day Who?
00:57 Mummy on the Orient Express
35:28 The Aztecs
Mummy Extra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJkeHUJ_5NI&list=UUCj956IF62FbT7Gouszaj9w
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Opening and closing music:
Doctor Who In Dub 2010 by Smerins Anti-Social Club
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