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A Weeping Angel (Pic: BBC)
A Weeping Angel (Pic: BBC)

There’s not a lot we like more than impressive fan-vids that make interpretive art out of a passion for some of the best shows on TV, and this is a doozy.

YouTuber John Smith (I know, right?) has created the kind of one-to-one interaction with Doctor Who’s Weeping Angels that no one wants to experience through their own eyes. So of course, that’s exactly how we see it.

It’s called Stone, it took three months to make (including 300 hours of rendering) and it follows the fortunes (or otherwise) of an unnamed soul wandering the back alleys of some nameless red-brick terrace with nothing but a torch for company… to start with.

Well worth every second, I think you’ll agree.

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Filed Under: Doctor Who, John Smith
By Fraser McAlpine