The Doctor and gang go back to 1816 to visit Lord Byron and other writers to witness the start of Frankenstein. But things take a turn for the strange with the house starts to rearrange itself and strange visions start to appear.
TheSuffolkRam takes a cautious approach to discuss this last episode before the season two-parter trying desperately to avoid spoilers.
In this episode, The Doctor and gang split up with her companions meeting up with some friends and family, and the Doctor takes a trip to 14th Century Aleppo. They soon find themselves taking on one of the Doctor’s most powerful enemies yet.
Welcome to Episode 131, this episode using battery power so against the clock
TheSuffolkRam has been playing Borderlands 3 using Stadia, he talks not just about the game, but also the experience of using the streaming service. He also talks about playing Destiny and how he’s an elite player.
After a small stutter with Dragonquest XI, Skazz has been playing a demake of a game he only played recently with the Pocket edition of Final Fantasy 15.
Ram has been experiencing bullet time by rewatching the late 90s sci-fi classic with The Matrix
We also discuss our listing habits and the various subscription services we partake of.
Hi guys, welcome to TheSuffolkRam and Middlemeister midseason review of Doctor Who Season 12. Full spoiler warning, we will not be holding back and revealing all the big secrets.
We Discuss and pass commentary on the first half of the season looking at the opening story, Spyfall parts 1 and 2, and discussing the shock return of the Master, and how the number of companions is both a hindrance and a help.
Then moving onto Orphan 55, the low point of the season with its overly fast-paced plot, contradicting character development, and strange costume choices.
Next up is Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror, An improvement but some odd plot choices. We talk about episodes featuring historical characters and how they are dealt with.
Finally, we get to Fugitive of the Jadoon, the amazing episode with all the plots twist, Captain Jack, Ruth the Doctor and the coming back of the cyberman.
We also give our thoughts, views, and predictions for the rest of the season. Plus a discussion on Doctor Who in general since its return in 2005.
Welcome to TheSuffolkRam review of season 12, episode 4 ‘Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror’. In this episode, the gang go to late 19th century new york during the current wars between Edison and Tesla and have to defend the inventor from alien interference.
Welcome to Episode 130, our first podcast of 2020, and to celebrate the new decade, we’re doing a special episode for the occasion.
TheSuffolkRam and Skazz have been picking their games of the decade 2010-2019. The rules being they must new games or series released between those years. They are allowed one cheat game that breaks those rules.
For our first games, Skazz kick off with Destiny the multiplayer shooter from Bungee, the markers of Halo and Marathon, saving the universe from Aliens. meanwhile, TheSuffolkRam has been experiencing bleak Russian Sci-fi with his first choice, the Metro series.
Moving onto our next choice Skazz has gone for a blast from the past with a game he discussed on our very first Podcast, Hyperdimension Neptunia. Ram follow suit by discussing Dishonored.
Midway through our lists Skazz relive his Armored Core fantasy with the 2019 release Daemon ex machina. Ram similarly picks a game series that finished last year with Telltales The Walking Dead adventure game series.
We then move onto our penultimate choices, Skazz picking the Souls series of games and talks about the difficulty, Ram picks out the philosophic game SOMA and discuss the idea of brain downloading.
And finally, our last choice of game Skazz is split between Steins;gate, Senran Kagura, but finally settles on Asura’s Wrath. Ram finishes off with explaining his love of the Far Cry series.