Web Video: Mr TARDIS Reviews
The ending is the most important part of a form of entertainment because itís the last thing your audience will see and it will be what determines their initial reaction."William 'Will' Carlisle, better known as Mr TARDIS Reviews (also known as Trilbee) is a reviewer on YouTube and Geekvision who takes on Doctor Who, as well as films, other television shows and video games. He started on YouTube in 2010 in response to having differing views on the episodes "The Beast Below" and "Victory of the Daleks" with the mainstream, and is one of the most prominent Doctor Who reviewers on YouTube. He also contributes text posts and videos to Geekvision.Mr TARDIS ReviewsCan be found here, here and here. Can also be found at his Twitter account and his Facebook fan page.
- Awesome Mc Cool Name: His opinion on Wally K. Daly's name.
- Badass Baritone: His opinion on Benedict Cumberbatch's voice.
- Bait and Switch: He names the number one worst movie of 2012 as Life of Pi, before realising that the annoucer said the wrong film, and quickly changes it to the real entry: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2.
- Berserk Button: Twilight.
- 'The Amazing Spider-Man Franchise'. He even asked this troper to put it on just after he found the page.
- Caustic Critic: Goes without saying. Although it's worth noting he can like some of the stuff he sees.
- The Cameo: The Horror Guru of Geekvision is the announcer in his Best & Worst Movies of 2012 videos.
- Creator's Pet: His opinion on Rose to Russell T. Davies.
- Cool Hat: Hence his name Trilbee.
- Designated Hero:
- Dude, Not Funny!: His thoughts on the movie A Long Way Down, in which he lambastes the movie for its mean-spirited screenplay, unlikable characters, and for mocking various sensitive subjects, such as suicide, cancer, cancer survivors, Survivor's guilt, the physically/mentally disabled, pedophilia, etc. At the end of his review, he states he could have had the chance to joke about "jumping off a building" rather than seeing the movie again, but refuses to based on how tragic suicide actually is.
- Face Palm: Happens in response to a line in "World War Three" where Rose suggesting for her, the Doctor and Harriet Jones to hide from a nuclear blast inside a normal wooden cupboard.
- Fallen Creator: His view on Steven Moffat. More astonishing as you can see Trilbee going from being a fan of his to being the staunchest critic of his work over the course of doing his videos. Best summed up during his review of "The Snowmen":"Do you think I like saying bad things about someone who used to be my favourite writer?"
- Fan Hater: Towards Twi-Hards.
- Harsher in Hindsight: Invoked. Points out that Kristen Stewart having an affair behind Robert Pattinson's back is no different to Bella falling in love with Jacob while romantically involved with Edward in the Twilight books.
- Head Desk: Bangs his head against a cupboard in response to Rose wishing she had a compression field so she could fit in a smaller size dress in "World War Three".
- Mean Character, Nice Actor: His opinion on Rose and Billie Piper.
- Noodle Implements: In this video, he responds to the 1985 cancellation of the show (which it later returned from) by penning a letter to Michael Grade. We initially hear him starting the letter, but then a Sound Effect Bleep covers the rest of the letter before we hear the final sentence of "... with a Dalek sink plunger".
- Obligatory Joke: He starts his review of "The Curse of the Black Spot" by apologising to the audience for the obvious joke, and plays "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything" over a montage of clips from the episode.
- Perverse Sexual Lust: For Peri Brown.
- Running Gag
- The Scrappy: His opinion on Rose Tyler.
- So Bad, It's Horrible: His opinion on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2. To the extent of giving it a 0/10 in his review of it. It does go against the majority of reactions to this movie which say it's So Bad, It's Good, but that's all we're saying on that.
- Stupid Sexy Flanders: Has a very big mancrush on Rupert Graves.
- They Just Didn't Care: His thoughts on Steven Moffat and his rushed resolutions during the first half of Doctor Who Series 7.
- Video Review Show