Game of Thrones is again featured on the MMM Commentaries website – this time with the seventh episode of Season 2 – A Man Without Honour (we are aussies, we spell Honour the *right* way!)
Before fans of Game of Thrones delve into the new season courtesy of HBO, settle back in the comfy chair of commentary with the MMM boys as they continue on with their series of commentaries on this show.
On the verbal dissection plate this time is episode 6 from Season 2 – The Old Gods and the New.
The boys gather in the MMM caravan to look back over the year that was – 2013 – it seems so long ago now, doesn’t it?
The year of supermen, ironmen and regenerating men, 2013 was a busy year for sci-fi fans.
See what your good friends at MMM thought of it all.
MMM Commentary for Doctor Who – The Web of Fear Episode 2 (part of the MMM 50th Anniversary Project)
You thought we had forgotten a Doctor to cover in our 50th Anniversary project, didn’t you?
No love for the 2nd Doctor you cried! I want my tribute complete you screamed!
Well, here it is, the final piece in the puzzle. The 2nd Doctor, Patrick Troughton, in one his finest stories, nearly, almost completely, returned to the BBC archives for us to enjoy.
This commentary covers Episode 2 of this epic story. Enjoy. Happy Anniversary!
MMM Commentary for Doctor Who – A Trial of a Timelord Episode 14 (part of MMMs Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Project)
The celebrations continue as the MMM team cover the last time Colin Baker graced our screen in the regular run of the series – Trial of a Timelord Episode 14.
Everyone may have packed away their Daleks and sonic screwdrivers for the year now that the 50th Anniversary has come and gone, but the boys at MMM are still celebrating as they continue with their 50th Anniversary project
The Doctor to get his turn in the MMM hot seat is none other than the 8th Doctor Paul McGann. Now the team has already done a quite amazing commentary track for the 1996 Telemovie, so we can’t pick that! So for this project they have chosen the first episode of the animated version of the incomplete Doctor Who classic – Shada.
To enjoy this version of the story along with our commentary track you will have to pop over to your computer and access the BBCi/Shada animated version that is on the first disc of the release.
MMM Commentary for Doctor Who – The Unquiet Dead (part of the MMM 50th Anniversary Doctor Who project)
The Ninth Doctor is our next port of call in MMMs tour of each Doctor’s era as part of the 50th Anniversary project. The Eccleston months fall under their spotlight this episode as we talk all things Victorian and all things gassy with the MMM Commentary for The Unquiet Dead.
Being an Australian commentary team, it’s surprising that MMM don’t delve more into the rich culture that is Australian cinema more often.
Today is the exception with the team looking at the iconic film that launched a young, fresh faced Mel Gibson onto the world stage. We speak of nothing less than Mad Max (or the Road Warrior, for those Americans amongst us who got their sensibilities hurt by having the word Mad in the title of a film).
So settle back in your leather pants and jacket, soak up the petrol with a dry rag and enjoy the team and their thoughts on this classic Australian film.
Next week the aussie flavour continues here at MMM commentaries for Yahoo Serious, Wog Boy and The Nugget.
Note – one sentence in this post is a complete lie.
Just when you thought MMM had all but given up on releasing any commentary longer than 59 minutes, out comes a commentary track for one of the even numbered (and therefore excellent) films from the Star Trek movie franchise – The Voyage Home (aka The One With the Whales In It).
Share the joy, share the pleasure, and share the bad Russian accents as the MMM boys take you through this feature length commentary track.
Continuing on with MMM’s tribute to Doctor Who – our 50th Anniversary Project today visits that debonair, action man incarnation – the third Doctor, as played by Jon Pertwee.
The episode the boys have chosen to commentate on in tribute to his era is the first episode of The Mind of Evil.