Tuesday, July 24, 2007

It Is, Indeed, In His Kiss

Here's a quickie post I had sitting in my Drafts folder for the past few days. I didn't want to overload you all with too much YouTubey goodness, but in lieu of time to write anything with a high fabulous quotient today I present this for your edification. The two clips are "Torchwood" related montages set to music by fans. Both feature Cap'n Jack heavily, and pay more than lip service to snogging.

"It's In His Kiss" an hommage to Cap'n Jack and the art of kissing, created by the very talented misanthro.



"Filthy/Gorgeous" - a tribute to the boys of Torchwood by claritylore. When the text graphics kick in on this one it really gets fun!



Oh, and both feature a degree of man-on-man action so depending on where you work might be considered NSFW. If that's the case, get yourself a new job stat.

5 comments:

IRV said...

Now we're talking gorgeous Andrew! That John Barrowman is one sexy fucker!!! Thanxxxx for the info on Torchwood. We're just getting DR. Who 2005 in the states this season.

The Other Andrew said...

I KNOW, right? He's all it and then some. And a big homo in real life, which just makes him all that more adorable in my eyes. His husband is a lucky, lucky man. I love Dr Who, and Torchwood. His character in Torchwood is sort of darker and more serious, but in Dr Who he is just a huge and outrageous amount of fun. (Both are great!)

Miss Wired said...

From a girl that likes men, yeah, he's nice... but is that a *real* accent?

The Other Andrew said...

Born in Scotland and raised in the US, so yes the accent is a bit weird but it's all his. When I've heard him interviewed it's been exactly the same.

yaniboy said...

His character in Torchwood is sort of darker and more serious, but in Dr Who he is just a huge and outrageous amount of fun.

You know, I was just thinking the same thing on Monday night myself... we don't see enough to the flirty, wisecracking, time-travelling, con-man Jack... he's all dour and po-faced and very serious and broody now... is that what happens when the Tardis brings you back to life or something?

He couldn't even maintain Gwen's interest in him for more than half a dozen episodes (although, on the upside, that whole dirty conversation from Owen in the forest... whoo baby)...

And I have to say, the more of Torchwood Jack I see, the less appealing he becomes... which is sad, coz he was a whole world of yum in those Dr Who eps!