skulls-and-tea:

consider the source

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A note on ChristianToday.com ‘Sherlock’ news articles

Just adding to nondeducible's recent note — I’d recommend extreme skepticism regarding any ChristianToday.com news items about Sherlock in favor of outlets with actual sources.

CT’s articles are usually scraped (and often inaccurate) summaries from other more reputable sources like Digital Spy and Radio Times, which do their own interviews. 

Kristin Mariano—the person who submits all of the Sherlock-related articles on CT.com, as well as other entertainment coverage—is a freelance web writer who mostly churns out brief clickbait articles for various blogs. 

Her "Season 4 Spoilers" articles on CT.com are usually emblazoned with a misleading, sensationalist headline and quotes pulled out of context from an interview elsewhere. 

Make up your own mind about the sources you choose to trust; in my opinion, the only thing ChristianToday.com has going for it is a skilled SEO specialist who makes sure their useless, blow-smoke-up-your-ass Sherlock items hit the top of Google’s news alerts every morning.


"Oh, by the way, Sherlock—do you remember Redbeard?"
"Oh, by the way, Sherlock—do you remember Redbeard?"

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skulls-and-tea:

skulls-and-tea:

sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me

i bet aaron hicklin is one of jodie foster’s favorite people tbh

skulls-and-tea:

skulls-and-tea:

sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me

i bet aaron hicklin is one of jodie foster’s favorite people tbh

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skulls-and-tea:

sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me

i bet aaron hicklin is one of jodie foster’s favorite people tbh

skulls-and-tea:

sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me

i bet aaron hicklin is one of jodie foster’s favorite people tbh

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sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me

sounds like a trustworthy journalistic lens with an excellent track record of ethics to me


consider the source


give me a full interview transcript and/or recording and i’ll formulate an actual opinion


"I’m writing a modern-day version of Sherlock Holmes with Steven Moffat, which we’re doing the pilot of next month.

We’re hoping it will go straight onto a series if it’s liked."

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Mark Gatiss, in December of 2008.

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(Digital Spy interview, December 2008 [x])

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"I’m writing a modern-day version of Sherlock Holmes with Steven Moffat, which we’re doing the pilot of next month.

We’re hoping it will go straight onto a series if it’s liked."

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Mark Gatiss, in December of 2008.

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(Digital Spy interview, December 2008 [x])

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onthelosingside:

abort abort one of the normals tried to talk to me about sherlock abort

THE FIRST RULE OF LIKING SHERLOCK IS YOU DON’T TALK ABOUT LIKING SHERLOCK

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skulls-and-tea:

cartopathy:

skullyadmin have you seen this? I thought you might find it interesting. It’s here.

MY LIEGE

This movie is about the haunted exhumed skull of the Marquis de Sade and it stars Peter Cushing and it’s amazing.

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  • Steven Moffat quote taken from PBS Live Chat transcript, May 2012: [x]
  • More quotes from Moffat on (screenwriting guru/novelist/writer of The Princess Bride) William Goldman: [x]




thursdayj:

ACD heard you were writing sherlock meta

thursdayj:

ACD heard you were writing sherlock meta

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"Derren [Brown] is a friend of mine. [We thought,] 'What if someone had hypnotised him? …Oh, we might as well just ask Derren!’

Rather than having some person in a black cloak and a top hat and a stage moustache. But he was thrilled to do it."

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Mark Gatiss, on inviting illusionist/mentalist pal Derren Brown to cameo in The Empty Hearse [x]



And I’m so glad he did. Derren is better than any silly git in a top hat: 

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