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With just three weeks to go I talk about my thoughts and feeling on this year's Auto Assembly. And in no way shape or form do I dress up for the occasion.
Hasty thoughts on the new film. I was expecting a giant car.
Another YouTube video, this time centred on the Doctor who seemed to have been purposefully created to provide a trick "How many Doctor Whos have their been?" trick question for pub quizes (in the days before Richard Hurdnall, John Hurt and two David Tennant's confused things). It's the Cushing Dalek Movies!
Oh yes, it's time for my least favourite Doctor to take the plate. But will watching his era in order have changed my mind?
Yes, it's another YouTube video!
Sorry that, if anything, the picture quality is even worse this time. I will give the lens a polish before the next one. Just think of it as being filmed in Oh My Giddy Aunt O Vision.
Pretty much what it says on the tin, not my best video (even by my standards) with some bad flubs- what was that William Hartnell docu-drama called?- and drastically changing lighting as it goes along. Hopefully it is at least a bit of fun though, and nearly as entertaining as a Reacting Vibrator.
After my amazing Transformers: The Movie video (or as I repeatedly call it in this new video, Transformers: The Movies. Why did I think speaking out loud was a good idea?) the first of what will hopefully be an irregular series of videos looking at different, random things set to the same high standard. And because I don't think I've gone on about this quite enough, the first one is on the new Death's Head story!
And yes, I am going to do the same joke about production values in every video rather than just adding production values like a sensible person would.
Stuart Webb. Who knows everything about nothing and not a lot about that.