Reviews

Reviews

Cold Blood

Phew! What a relief! I was getting myself into a right state there for a while. Not because it looked like the Silurians were about to start a deadly war on us apes. No, my serious case of the jitters came about because, unlike most people I know, I really didn’t like The Hungry Earth,…

The Edge of Destruction Review

A Doctor Who adventure that takes place in the TARDIS? The travellers unsure what is going on? No, it’s not Amy’s Choice – it’s The Edge of Destruction, from 1964… When I was a little kid, I loved the original Star Trek (I was 1 when it started). My favorite stories were ones that showed…

Journal and Ring Collection

New contributor Helen Calder reviews the End of Time Journal of Impossible Things and Masters Ring set. The set features two items familiar to fans not just from The End of Time but from previous Tenth Doctor stories. It’s a nice idea to package up mementos of the Tenth Doctor but these two make odd bedfellows….

The Hungry Earth Reviewed

Gosh, that was jolly good. I’d been looking forward to this story for ages, ever since I caught my first glimpse in the series preview trailer of what I thought at the time would be a Sea Devil – a scene which will be in next week’s closing part of this two-part story with the female…

Vampires Of Venice

Monsters and Doctor Who are inseparable. They rely on each other for existence both in the real life of the television series, where the monsters are certainly one of the reasons viewers tune in every week, and in the fiction itself, where a Doctor who did not meet and battle monsters would hardly seem like…

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