To my great disappointment, this promising historical is suffocated by leaden direction and atypically terrible production values. What happened here? Did they only have two days to shoot it or something?
My thoughts on last week’s Doctor Who can be found in the latest edition of the Fusion Patrol podcast.
Though, being late, I watched this after the election, I can’t help but be delighted once again that Doctor Who delved into current political hot-button topics just days before we […]
After Thursday’s extraordinary election result, I have had trouble keeping up with the news, let alone my thoughts on it.
The most frightening aspect of this episode is undoubtedly that it is set at least some months into the future (following a military build up that has yet to occur) […]
My thoughts on this weeks Doctor Who can be found in the latest edition of the Fusion Patrol podcast.
This has to be the best directed episode of Doctor Who that I have seen.
I didn’t warm to this well-crafted by the numbers Doctor Who/Overcoming the Monster episode.
Another episode that follows the season 36 pattern in being low on plot, high on atmosphere and above all leaving plenty of room to explore the Doctor/Bill dynamic. It’s definitely […]
Capaldi’s forced smile is the terrifying midpoint between Tom Baker and Malcolm Tucker and justifies this glossy but rather hollow episode on its own.
The new term has started in Doctor Who and The Pilot comes close to getting a first from me.
Even though the next contest is not even on the horizon, the next Labour Leader can be one of only 47 MPs. For it surely cannot be anyone who, knowing […]