1. Doctor Omega

    Review Classic Who Companions!

    Regularly voted one of the most popular companions of all time, Mela..... Oh, no. Hang on.... That's Sarah Jane Smith. Ermm. So what does everyone make of Melanie ("Mel") Bush from Pease Pottage? Is it love? Or hate? And, either way, why?
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    Fun Carry On!

    The Carry On series primarily consists of 31 classic British comedy motion pictures (1958–92), four Christmas specials, a television series of thirteen episodes, and three West End and provincial stage plays. The films' humour was in the British comic tradition of the music hall and bawdy...
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    Review The Hartnell Doctor

    Your thoughts on this Doctor...... On to the next Doctor...... THE TROUGHTON DOCTOR....... https://www.imdforums.com/threads/the-patrick-troughton-doctor-your-view.1915/
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    Review The Man Trap (1966)

    Your thoughts and views on this Salt-Sucking episode of Star Trek..... Dr. McCoy discovers his old flame is not what she seems after crew members begin dying from a sudden lack of salt in their bodies. On to the next episode.... THE NAKED TIME...
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    Review Doctor Who Monsters

    What are your views on the monsters and villains over the years? Were they scarier back then? Or are the New Who monsters - and altered versions of the classic monsters - better? And are these fellas still the kings?
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    Fun Star Trek: The Original Series

    Feel free to post general messages here on the life and adventures of Shatner's Kirk and Co. From Adonis to Zetar, Let This Be Your First Thread... What are your thoughts on this, the original incarnation of Star Trek?
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    Review Incubus (1966)

    Your thoughts on this movie.... On a strange island inhabited by demons and spirits, a man battles the forces of evil.
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    Review It! (1966)

    Roddy McDowell stars as a Museum curator who stumbles on the original Golem of Prague legend. An unusual and offbeat movie, but Roddy gives the film his all. Anyone else remember it? It seemed to hardly ever be shown in the U.K.