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.
Continue reading Doctor Who : The Witches Familiar
Series 9 is upon us, the Doctor is back once more. Lets start our yearly adventure with everyone’s favourite Time Lord!
Continue reading Doctor Who : The Magician’s Apprentice
There are many reasons why I haven’t reviewed anything after Caretaker and the big reason is this episode right here.
Kill the Moon is one of those episodes that could just be any kind of episode but it also has a big moral question that is very close to a lot of people’s lives.
So why didn’t I like Kill the Moon?
Continue reading Doctor Who : Kill The Moon -Spoilers-
I love Gareth Roberts and I was happy to hear he was returning. A episode set in Coal Hill school, I didn’t think anything could go wrong!
So did it?
Continue reading Doctor Who : The Caretaker -Spoilers-
We’ve gone from creepy things under your bed to bank heist.
Only in Doctor Who can you have two extremely different stories positioned right next to each other in a series. Man do I love the diversity of the stories we are getting to see!
Bank job time!
Continue reading Doctor Who : Time Heist -Spoilers-
Sorry that I’m a bit late on the reviews, I’ll have this weeks review up tomorrow!
But first we have a Moffat classic to talk about. Steven Moffat is known for taking the everyday things that creep you out (or sometimes don’t!) and make them scare you more then you can imagine. From Stone Angels to Shadows.
Now he wants you to sit and Listen…. And become terrified of the quiet around you!
Continue reading Doctor Who : Listen -Spoilers-
The third episode of the series brings the light hearted nature of Doctor Who back, a fun romp with Robin Hood written by Mark Gatiss.
I’ve always enjoyed Gatiss penned stories so was so happy to see a story by him in the first half of the series, even happier to see that it tackled a story with Robin Hood!
Continue reading Doctor Who : Robots of Sherwood -Spoilers-