Steven Moffat delivers an excellent one-hander with Peter Capaldi continuing to shine in the role of the Doctor. A highly intelligent script that plays with time the most inventively since Blink makes for compelling viewing. The Doctor is trapped and alone in a moving castle populated by his greatest fears. Placing any decent actor in […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – Heaven Sent"
Warning: This review contains spoilers of the largest proportions. Do not read on unless you have seen this week’s episode and faced the raven. Well that was it. In a surprise move, episode ten seems to be the definitive end for Jenna Coleman’s Clara Oswald. In Doctor Who’s revival years we have seen many companions […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – Face The Raven"
You must not read this review. I’m warning you. You can never unread it… This week Doctor Who ventures into the unknown, providing its very first take on the found-footage horror genre. You know you’re in new territory when for the first time in its fifty-two year history there are no title credits. No familiar […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – Sleep No More"
And the award for speech of the year goes to Peter Capaldi. This week our favourite gruff time-lord gives humans and Zygons alike the mother of all tellings off. You’d expect after last week’s Zygon invasion to see guns blazing and panic on the streets but the conflict is largely contained to one room and […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – The Zygon Inversion"
This week sees the welcome return of the hissing Zygons, last seen in the fiftieth anniversary special, and brings the danger to Earth on a grand scale. Is my mum a Zygon? Is my pet kitten a Zygon? These are just some of the questions viewers may be asking after watching the episode. After a […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – The Zygon Invasion"