Series 10 marks the end of an era for Doctor Who in a big way. Not only was it the end for leading man Peter Capaldi, but it was also the final series for long-time showrunner Steven Moffat – as well as all the usual writers and directors that had made his era so iconic.
It’s (still) up for debate as to how successful this shake up has been, but it undoubtedly makes this series feel far more final than any other in the revived series.
Read More Doctor Who – Series 10 Rewatch and Review
Classic Doctor Who writer Rona Munro is behind this weeks episode ‘The Eaters of Light’. Featuring Roman centurions, Celtic warriors, light devouring beasts, and the fabulous Nardole, do all the elements come together to create a good episode?
Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Eaters of Light’ Review
Mark Gatiss Doctor Who efforts can range from some of Doctor Who’s best episodes to some of it’s worst.
Now he’s back, once again with classic villain The Ice Warriors. But is ‘Empress of Mars’ more ‘The Crimson Horror’ or the universally despised ‘Sleep No More’?
Read More Doctor Who – ‘Empress of Mars’ Review
So the ‘Monks Trilogy’ comes to an end and it’s been a wild ride. Each episode has been interesting and varied.
Does ‘The Lie of the Land’ reach a satisfying conclusion? Or is it a bit of a mess?
Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Lie of the Land’ Review
A great follow-up to last week;s stunning episode. Some things are a little silly this week but by the last few minutes you will have forgotten all about it.
Also Brian from ‘My Parents are Aliens’ almost kills us all.
Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Pyramid at the End of the World’ Review
The Doctor, Bill, and Nardole travel to a vicious capitalist future Earth led space station where they literally and figuratively fight the suits.
Read More Doctor Who – ‘Oxygen’ Review
Doctor Who knocks it out of the park with yet another brilliant episode, reminiscent of Nu-Who highpoint ‘Blink’. Although instead of stone women we have… a wooden woman?!
Read More Doctor Who – ‘Knock Knock’ Review
‘Thin Ice’ is Bill Potts’ first trip to the past. Centred around a 19th Century Frost Fair, The Doctor and Bill are swept up in a plot involving street urchins, rich businessmen, and an enormous sea creature living in the Thames. So just a normal day for the Doctor then.
Read More Doctor Who – ‘Thin Ice’ Review
Doctor Who is back! And that is a good thing, I promise you.
We have a new companion to meet and a familiar Doctor to become reacquainted with.
Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Pilot’ Review