Reviews

Reviews

Evolution of the Daleks Reviewed

With a reverse-Davros cliffhanger (that’s half-man half-Dalek, but the other way around) and a super New York Depression-era setting, Daleks in Manhattan promised to be the fantastic first part of a fantastic two parter. So did Evolution of the Daleks deliver? Kids up and down the country were thrilled (or filled with fear) by the…

The Pulse: The Shakespeare Code

Steve and Gareth are back for more fireside analysis of Series 3, so let’s see what they thought of The Shakespeare Code Gaz – Well it’s “revisionist historical celebrity of the week” time. Shakespeare’s supposedly just been on my box for 45 minutes and I’m not sure if I enjoyed it. I mean, it’s got…

Gridlock Reviewed

With an enclosed motorway teeming with Macra, Martha kidnapped so that a desperate young couple can get into the fast lane and the Doctor seemingly trapped in a car with a talking cat and his wife, poisonous gases and no sign of sunlight, you might be forgiven for thinking that Doctor Who has finally gone…

Smith and Jones Review #2

Doctor Hula Hoop provides his own unique analysis of Smith and Jones… Getting a review to K Towers from my snug Costa Brava hideaway is always perilous affair. Normally I only have to deal with fellow writer/reviewers, typically from other Dr Who websites, trying to assassinate me on route/run me off the road or steal…

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