After two years of waiting, the US fans of Sherlock will have to wait another two weeks for Season 3 to start with The Empty Hearse. When we last left our heroes, Watson arrived to witness Sherlock jump off a Continue reading [Sherlock Review] The Empty Hearse (no spoilers, honest)
It has been fifty years since William Hartnell premiered in the Unearthly Child. I can thank WGBH out of Boston for being here. In the eighties my family was glued to the television set at 7pm on weeknights for 30mins Continue reading [Doctor Who] The Day of the Doctor
Ever since the second half of this season of Doctor Who started the quality of the writing has taken a giant step backwards. The overall arcing plots that we’ve come to know and enjoy disappeared to replaced with one rather Continue reading [Doctor Who Review] The Name of the Doctor
Neil Gaiman and Doctor Who. What could possibly go wrong?
Diana Rigg has been busy this season from Game of Thrones to Doctor Who she has got her bases covered. Each of the characters at polar opposites of each other. In The Crimson Horror she plays a scientist Madame Gillyflower Continue reading [Doctor Who Review] The Crimson Horror
I’m happy to see a ship in the bottle episode in the TARDIS. Last season’s Doctor’s Wife was more psychological while this was more action oriented I thought. It is the one type of episode that could easily be stretched Continue reading [Doctor Who Review] Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
“Hungry like the wolf.” The Ice Warriors return and so does the hysteria that was the Cold War during the 1980’s…
2nd episodes for companions have followed a certain formula since Rose and #9 jaunted off. Save Cardiff in Episode 1 and go somewhere mind blowing in Episode 2. The Rings of Akhaten falls somewhere between Love and Monsters and Fear Continue reading [Doctor Who Review] The Rings of Akhaten