Reviews

Reviews

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…

Smith and Jones Reviewed

Well that was 45 minutes of stomping space rhino fun, wasn’t it? Well toned visual FX, the first really fearsome alien creatures of 21st century Doctor Who and a new companion into the mix, Series 3 launched with a lunar-tinged upwards rainstorm, rather than a bang. I could sit and compare Smith and Jones to…

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