Tagged Steven Moffat

More Impossible Reviews

Now that we’ve had the first episode of Doctor Who “released” to us for the weekend, the reviews have started pouring in. Some reviewers are tackling the questions raised from the beginning of this two parter whereas others seem to have been left a little confused! First up was website bleedingcool.com, which didn’t so much…

An Impossible Reaction!

Reaction to The Impossible Astronaut continues to 99% positive, with only a few rogue elements making a noise that can only be compared with “attention-seeking“. With a show this inventive the reviewers have had to upgrade their word-weapons firing such praiseworthy mortars as The Independent‘s overview which started with a ‘bigger, bolder, better’ introduction and…

Matt on ‘Astronaut’ Twist

Were you as bewildered and shocked and horrified as we were to see our hero gunned down by a walking spacesuit in last Saturday’s The Impossible Astronaut?  Matt Smith wasn’t. In a very, very short conversation with Entertainment Weekly, Matt spoke in a manner that suggested he was interested but not particularly affected when he…

The Impossible Astronaut

This weekend brought us the first proper new episode of Doctor Who since last Christmas Day. There are always questions when a new season starts. What it will be like, what its theme will be, etc. After watching this first episode, I’d say we have more questions than usual. Still, it started out with the…

Vincent and the HUGO?

Just so Matthew Milam can finally understand that while opinions count, it doesn’t make them facts, Doctor Who has clocked up a nice handful of HUGO award nominations! As revealed by Paul Cornell’s tweeting, Vincent and the Doctor (by Richard Curtis), The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang and A Christmas Carol (by Steven Moffat) are nominated…

Day of the Moon Clips

The Official Doctor Who website has released two clips from the next episode Day of the Moon, which concludes the adventure that began with The Impossible Astronaut… Written by Steven Moffat, Day of the Moon sees the TARDIS travellers fighting to overcome the Silence occupation of Earth – and if you were disturbed by anything…

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