How do you make Cybermen threatening, frightening, and just cool? You let Neil Gaiman write them.
What’s Up, Doc? How should I begin with this movie? I suppose I should start at the beginning, or near the beginning.
Have you ever watched someone put together a big puzzle? Sometimes it’s just pieces that look like part of a tree fitting in next to other pieces that might be bushes. Soon enough add one more piece, and you can see a forest. That’s what this goddamned show is.
Every now and then, we get an episode of Doctor Who whose central character is not The Doctor. The Crimson Horror was one such episode. These are some of my favorite to watch, and this was no exception. Here the central characters were Vastra, Jenny, and Strax The Doctor and Clara, were mostly incidental. […]
How can I describe “Journey to the Center of The TARDIS”? Nostalgia wrapped in the heart of an exploding star trapped inside a spaceship full of monsters, a fun ride with an extra heaping serving of deus ex machina.
The night is dark, and full of terrors, “Kissed by Fire” is not.
Have you seen this? It’s incredible.
Watch this show; your eyeholes will thank you.
Do you like ghost stories? Or do you enjoy the prickling sensation on the back of your neck when something is watching you from a dark corner? Ghosts and monsters and shadows are a plenty in this one.
Things are about to get out of hand in Westeros.
“Dark Wings, Dark Words” picks up the pace for the second half of the opener to season 3, but not by much.
This damn show
In this day and age, these episodes of Doctor Who are the closet we can come to what we could calls “classic” Doctor Who.
This round of Doctor Who was good but ultimately forgettable as a whole, in spite of the memorable dialogue and ambiance contained.
This has been an interesting season so far to say the least. The first half of season 7 Saw the introduction of a new companion, and the exit of the last.