Thursday, May 2, 2013

Watch Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11 The Crimson Horror Online

Watch Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11 The Crimson Horror Online. Two more episodes to go before the much-awaited season finale of Doctor Who (2005) Season 7. Everyone is pretty excited of the season finale because the this season may (or not) reveal the name of The Doctor. But before the finale let us enjoy first the Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11 which is scheduled to air on Saturday, May 4 on BBC One in UK and BBC America US.

This week the Doctor will do battle with Dame Diana Rigg and her daughter Rachael Stirling. This episode was written by the Doctor Who fan favorite Mark Gatiss. As far as I can remember Mark Gatiss never failed to deliver awesome episodes.

The Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11 titled ‘The Crimson Horror’ is set in Yorkshire in the 1890s, it's actually left to the returning trio of Strax, Madame Vastra and Jenny to do the early heavy lifting in the episode. As such, we get one or two references back to The Snowmen here (which was the last time we saw them), not least because the last time they met Clara she was suffering a little from being, well, dead. But this is primarily a standalone tale, a period mystery with horror under and overtones. Pretty much perfect for Mark Gatiss, then.

The episode is also scheduled to be the 100th broadcast episode (not including mini-episodes) since the series was revived in 2005. According to spoiler free review, the The Crimson Horror rarely soars, but it proves to be an interesting collection of characters, in an interesting set of circumstances. It's breezy, and occasionally just stopping short of a cheeky wink in your direction. The Crimson Horror is a fun, standalone mystery, with lots of little things to like about it, that add up to a perfectly solid whole. Potentially interesting final scene, too.

You may watch Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11 replay online if you happen to miss this episode on TV.

Doctor Who Diana Rigg on The Crimson Horror:

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Watch The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21 ‘She’s Come Undone’ Online

Watch The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21 ‘She’s Come Undone’ Online. The season finale of the Vampire Diaries Season 4 is so near. There are only three episodes left (including this episode) before the season break. As we are nearing the end of the season, the drama and mystery escalates. In this week's episode, titled "She's Come Undone," someone is in grave danger. What else is new? Danger is what makes the Vampire Diaries more fun and exciting.

Getting back Elena’s humanity proving to be difficult than expected, Damon and Stefan in past miserably failed. In the Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21, the Salvatores are preparing to torture Elena into having emotions again. Depriving her of blood didn’t work they take it to a whole other level. After removing her daylight ring, Stefan and Damon Elena with sunshine. She sizzles and catches fire.

Also, Klaus and Caroline's relationship continues to grow, but not how you'd expect. Klaus indirectly confessed his love for Caroline during last week's episode when he called her and told her he wanted to take her to New Orleans, but this week he seems to be angry with her. Why? Let’s watch The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21 ‘She’s Come Undone’ to find out.

The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21 Official Synopsis:

Damon and Stefan try a brutal new approach to provoke Elena into turning her humanity back on, and Caroline is frustrated when her attempt to intervene backfires. When Elena figures out a way to call the Salvatore brothers’ bluff, they call for backup from a surprising source. Matt gives Rebekah some unsolicited advice on her life choices, and she tries to help him in return. Caroline has a confusing and dangerous encounter with Klaus, and Katherine is suspicious when Bonnie makes her an offer that she promises will benefit them both.

She’s Come Undone Preview:

The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 21 ’She’s Come Undone’ will air on Thursday, May 2, 2013 on The CW at 8/8c.