Class, the third spin-off of the newly constituted Doctor Who, has not been getting much love; Ira Nayman argues that it should.
Okay, let me just put this out there. My favorite science fiction TV program is Doctor Who. To most of you that statement probably elicits a shrug of the shoulders and a casual “Meh. […]
It is a pleasure to report that I thought the first story of the new series was the best Doctor Who I have seen in a long time
Loyal to the classic franchise, Doctor Who 10th Doctor Vol 2 – The Weeping Angels of Mons is a cohesive story that flows smoothly from pane to pane.
I think Doctor Who’s show-runner Steven Moffat is not quite managing to pull off one of the very tricky tasks facing a Who writer in the 21st century, which is this: How do you make the Doctor’s companion strong, interesting and driven without overshadowing the Time Lord himself?
Who (right!) was the BEST Doctor? Pertwee? Baker? Baker? Eccleston? Hartnell? I don’t know, but according to Abbot, he’s on first base!
Gary Dalkin reviews an unusual Jenna Louise Coleman set of performances – The Time of the Doctor back-to-back (ion the BBC) with Death Comes To Pemberley
Every generation of children has the right to be scared senseless and feel a powerful urge to watch from behind the sofa.
Could Doctor Who use some changes?
At last, the new Doctor Who has been revealed. On Sunday night the BBC announced the new casting live across the world in a 30 minute show, full on interviews and chatter. Matt Smith ruled […]
The BBC is a weird organisation. The night after the first episode of the first series of Doctor Who aired, their news site broke the news that Christopher Ecclestone was leaving at the end of […]
So the excellent actor Peter Capaldi is to play the 12th incarnation of the Doctor. Perhaps with the 50th anniversary of the programme approaching Steven Moffat just couldn’t resist casting another middle-aged Scotsman as his […]