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Doctor Who 08:02


It’s always a let down, the second major episode. After the excitement of a new Doctor or a new companion has died down, the second episode has always been a bit of slower affair now that the shock has worn off. 749 more words


Doctor Who: Into the Dalek (Review)

Fantastic idea for a movie. Terrible idea for a proctologist.

- the Doctor’s ten-word review of Fantastic Voyage

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Doctor Who: Deep Breath Review

Peter Capaldi is finally on our screens as the 12th Doctor (or 13th or possibly 14th, counting is difficult these days) but was it worth the wait?   986 more words


Emmy Winners (Including Sherlock)!

BBC One’s Sherlock took home three Emmy awards last night, including one for Benedict Cumberbatch for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie and another for co-star Martin Freeman in the supporting category (Freeman was also nominated for his FX series… 180 more words

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Doctor Who Series Eight Premiere Recap: ‘Deep Breath’

Before we jump in, I should note that up until last night, I had only seen one Doctor Who episode. After catching the series seven finale and last night’s premiere featuring an older Doctor, I’m sure glad I’ve jumped on the bandwagon. 1,440 more words

Day 53: Take A Deep Breath, Who is Back.

We can stop holding our breath in anticipation – Doctor Who is back. 

With a TARDIS on my T-Shirt and a cushion in my hands I perched on the edge of my seat in excitement and awe to witness the new generation of my favourite show.  172 more words


What I thought of Doctor Who: Deep Breath

Matt Smith was not a bad Doctor contrary to what some say. He did however suffer from some truly awful scripts, and his second series was frankly, a total bloody mess as the series showrunner (an awful American thing which doesn’t really work in the world of British television) pumped out one half arsed script which involved Smith’s Doctor standing around looking puzzled as all the characters Moffat seemed more invested in (Rory, Amy, River Song) pushed the programme along. 1,065 more words