In the interest of actually reviewing the whole series I have sat down to watch ‘Sleep No More’ on no less then five occasions. Finally I might have something intelligent to say on it all.
Last week we were left spellbound by a struggle between the Zygons and Humans for their places on Earth. This week the action comes to a head.
I didn’t even bother watching Doctor Who this week because I felt like I had enough after the beginning of the season but as all Doctor Who fans tend to know you just can’t help it.
So Zygon’s are back after their treaty in Day of the Doctor?
A really poor opening two-parter, followed by a good episode with a poor ending and we’re nearly half way through a disappointing series of Doctor Who.
Where can we go wrong with Vikings?
Last week was a spectacle to behold. For the first time in this series (OK it is only three episodes old!) it felt like Doctor Who was back on our screens so we were very excited to see the conclusion to the story.
I have not enjoyed the opening two episodes of Doctor Who, finding something missing from both episodes and the story over all.
So far Doctor Who just hasn’t gripped me. So lets try with some ghosts!
I wasn’t that impressed with the opening episode of Doctor Who’s brand new series but you can’t judge a two-parter on the basis of its first episode without giving it a chance of redeeming the story in the second!
Though I do always feel Doctor Who, when doing two-parters, should have each individual episode as watchable without the other as any other episode. But that is a discussion for another time.