The Antarctic Adventure





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Published on Aug 6, 2011

In which Doctor Who finds himself in Antarctica, defeats the bad guy, and wonders why anyone would willingly want to spend 7 months in cold and darkness. Created for the Winter International Film Festival of Antarctica, 2011, for the Open Category submissions.

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Where can we see the other entries on the Film Festival? Loved the Dalek!
For your next project, why not a sequel to John Carpenter's The Thing? You're in the right setting for it!
Very amusing! ^_^ - Jason
Sent by Neil Gaiman as well. I loved the half-Dalek creature it looked really cool! Also loved how well the Antarctic base really works as a Doctor Who setting. Neil was right, and you guys hit all the right notes. And of course I love that the Tardis is now referred to as "Cmon, let's get out of here, Sexy"
Tony Roberts
isolation will do this to people. :-) we should probably send an international rescue team to, well, rescue them - recall UNIT! loved the use of the princess bride soundtrack. i'm now curious to see the other films from the Winter International Film Festival of Antarctica. :-) BTW thanks for the 'heads up' neil! ;-)
Hilarious! When can we expect a sequel?
@hurra03 it's not pudding, it's soft-serve ice cream... that was an in-joke for the people on the station. Thanks again to everyone who's come to view the video, I'm still in shock that people actually like it!
This is lovely!
You guys did great, loved the video!
Thank you to everyone who came to watch our video (and to Neil for linking to it)! I was super shocked that he shared the link to our little video, but I'm glad everyone seems to be liking it. @Sneezefox, yes some music is from Princess Bride... fitting, we thought! 
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