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The TARDIS in CloisterProductions' 'Doctor Who' credit sequence. (Pic: CloisterProductions)
The TARDIS in CloisterProductions' 'Doctor Who' credit sequence. (Pic: CloisterProductions)
The TARDIS in CloisterProductions’ ‘Doctor Who’ credit sequence. (Pic: CloisterProductions)

Note the adjective there. We choose our words carefully (most of the time).

This is a fan-made reimagination of the opening credits to Doctor Who by CloisterProductions. The music has been re-recorded, the titles have been reswizzled, and the concept has been overhauled. Instead of hurtling down the time vortex or falling through spiraling clockfaces, the TARDIS smashes its way through fragmented universes, like a hot pebble through a window.

In his quite extensive notes for the clip, Dave from CloisterProductions explained that this was an idea that came together quite quickly: “I started the sequence back on November 16th. I rendered out a short test, of a glass vortex with the TARDIS spinning through it, simple enough. I then developed that idea, and over a couple of days had about 10 seconds finished.”

What do you think? It’s worth remembering that the current credits originally began life as a fan-made clip too

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By Fraser McAlpine