Updated: A Guide to Follow All True Crime Upcoming Projects
(Note: This post will be updated as new information comes. Feel free to message me if I’m missing something so I can add it)
“Beware the Slenderman”
Summary: Explores the case of two 12 year orld girls, Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser, who stabbed another classmate inspired by the creepypasta of Slenderman, whom they thought was a real character.
Premieres: January 23d, in HBO.
Summary: It will focus on the fascination that exists with
the unsolved murder of JonBenet Ramsey and how the case has shaped
relationships between parents and their children since then. It will include
interviews with people from Boulder, Colorado, who will talk about the impact
the investigation had on the town.
Rose is open, honest, heartfelt, to the point of being selfish, wonderfully selfish. Martha is clever, calm, but rarely says what she’s thinking. Donna is blunt, precise, unfiltered, but with a big heart beneath all the banter…If Rose can be selfish, then her finest moments come when she’s selfless. If Martha keeps quiet, then her moments of revelation - like her goodbye to the Doctor in Last of the Time Lords, or stuck with Milo and Cheen in Gridlock - make her fly. Donna is magnificently self-centred - not selfish, but she pivots everything around herself, as we all do - so when she opens up and hears the Ood song, or begs for Caecillius’ family to be saved, then she’s wonderful.
Russell T Davies describing writing his companions in The Writer’s Tale
(So there was an article about Torchwood in the October issue of Gay Times Magazine, and I’m not sure if anyone has transcribed it yet? But this is some a* stuff and with it being the 10 year anniversary, I’ll post it now.
But seriously, this article is incredible and sums up the show better than I could have done it.)
(There is also a specific little article about John Barrowman and Gareth David-Lloyd who play Captain Jack and Ianto here.)
Written by James Goss (Torchwood writer)
A decade ago Torchwood changed television.
You might not think that a show about people fighting aliens in Cardiff would be revolutionary, but it was. In the world before Torchwood, mainstream drama series didn’t really do gay characters - or, if they did, it’d be in a single episode about sad gays in the military. Torchwood changed all that.
Created by Russell T Davies as a spin-off from Doctor Who, Torchwood was a science fiction series where all the regular cast were unashamedly pansexual. Queer characters were never portrayed as victims, and it never judged or punished them for their sexuality. It is also - to date - the only action TV series with an unquestionably bisexual leading man. Torchwood was a world where queer people weren’t the hero’s best friend - they were the heroes. And no one was more heroic than Captain Jack.
What’s up all? I’m Zach and I’ll keep this short. -Single white male -150lbs -04/03/1986 -Long brown hair and red beard -Covered in shitty prison tattoos -I am a card carrying member of the tattooed penis club.
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With the threat of interplanetary war looming, the human race prepare for the end, little knowing their enemies lie at the heart of the British government. As the Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler and new friend Harriet Jones battle for their lives in 10 Downing Street, the Slitheen family set their plans for the destruction of Earth into motion. With the world changing around him, the Doctor is powerless, and it seems only Mickey Smith can save the world…