WINNERS — Doctor Who: The Face of Evil

Thank you to everyone who entered the DVD giveaway for three copies of Doctor Who: The Face of Evil. The guest judge, Paul Deuis (president of the Doctor Who Club of Australia), has made his decision and so it’s time to announce the winners.

The instructions for the competition were as follows…

In this classic Doctor Who story, it is the Doctor’s face that is “The Face of Evil”. But if it were up to you, who would you nominate as the most evil of faces?

Now I’ll hand over to Paul…

I’ve tried to go for a bit of variety in with the winning entries…

The serious one:

Surely in Dr Who, a show that currently is getting so meta that the question for next season is “Doctor Who?”, the most evil face must be “Michael Grade”. The BBC Controller who cancelled Dr Who in the 80s.
Andreas Sekeris

Any fan living through that era would’ve loved to have done something violent to him.

The “put a bit of work into it” one:

Lifeless, staring eyes
A face exhibiting no surprise
Nicole Kidman’s halfway there;
With “needy” arms exteded,
Lips Botoxed and distended
Nicole has that evil-like stare!
Arlene Smith

Making the effort to write a poem impressed me. Besides which I think she’s a pretty ordinary actress.

The not serious one:

My wife when I have eaten the last of the chocolate that she has had hidden away for herself!
Cameron Wallace

Will be interesting to know how he explains to his wife just how he won a DVD.

George’s bit at the end

Congratulations to all the winners and my thanks to Paul for doing the judging. Don’t forget to check out the Doctor Who Club of Australia.

And don’t forget to check out my review of “The Face of Evil”. Doctor Who: The Face of Evil is released on DVD in Australia by Roadshow Entertainment.

If you want another chance to win a Doctor Who DVD, stay tuned… a new giveaway will be announced later today. :-)

Catch ya later,  George

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