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Attack of the Capsidians

USA 2020
produced by
Gregory Blair for Bow Ties Are Cool
directed by Gregory Blair
starring Gregory Blair, Jennifer Nangle, Charles Chudabala, Noel Jason Scott, Lise Hart, Mikhail Blokh
written by Gregory Blair, based on ideas by Clive Gotham and the BBC TV-series Doctor Who, visual effects by Gregory Blair

Doctor Who, Doctor Who fan film

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The just regenerated Doctor (Gregory Blair) receives a message from Shen K'nar (Jennifer Nangle) that the Capsidians, a bio-technological hybrid race he long thought defeated, have been re-programmed and threaten to destroy the universe. But fortunately, Shen K'Nar has implanted parts of the code of how to defeat the Capsidians into the Doctor and four representants from other races (Charles Chudabala, Noel Jason Scott, Lise Hart, Mikhail Blokh), and all they have to do is find the code in their minds, put it into the right sequence, and boom, doom for the Capsidians. And so the Doctor and the others do in a video call - until the Doctor has second thoughts about destroying the Capsidians, just because they're doing what they're programmed to do ...


Now one has to admit, this is not the most polished of films, not even of fan films, owed also to the fact that it was done towards the beginnings of the Covid-19 pandemic on a variety of devices based on what was available rather than what was the best technical solution. And it goes very much to Gregory Blair's credit that for a pandemic film he has opted not just for another live Zoom call but aimed for a science fiction fan film - and he really has his source material down, combining proto-philosophy, scientific gobbledegook, (self-)irony and pure silliness, all elements that made especially classic Doctor Who so endearing and indeed timeless. And as an actor, Blair manages to give the role the necessary gravitas but also a certain absent-mindedness and confusion even, qualities that one has come over the years to expect from every Doctor. So if you can forgive the occasional technical glitches, and you are a fan of Doctor Who, then this fan film's definitely for you.


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