Tagged The Hungry Earth

Reviewer’s Roundtable

New series, new Doctor, new production team. Following Matt Nida’s 2010 series critique (Geroni-Meh!), the reviewers of the individual episodes got together to provide their own thoughts on season 31 (aka Series 5 and Series Fnarg) as a whole. (We really did get together. There was cake.) Christian Time… time…TIME? Future jackets vs continuity errors,…

Doctor Who Series 5 Vol 3 DVD

Cover art has been released for the third volume of Doctor Who Series 5/Season 31 on DVD and Blu-ray. This third volume from the fifth series features episodes seven, eight and nine, written by Chris Chibnall and Simon Nye.  Pictured here is the Blu-ray version – click here for the DVD cover. In Amy’s Choice,…

Geroni-meh…!

Matt Nida looks back at Series 5… It all started so well. Expectations – fan and public alike – were high for Doctor Who’s return in 2010. With The Eleventh Hour, the new team confidently delivered the best season opener since the show was revived in 2005. Better still, the opening twenty minutes – where…

The Big Bang Ties The End of Time

As further proof that the 31st season of Doctor Who went from brilliant to downright awe-inspiring, Digital Spy has reported that the climactic thirteenth episode, The Big Bang, received an Appreciation Index score of 89! The Appreciation Index is a measure of how much an audience fancies a programme, where any score between 80 and…

So What did You Think?

Doctor Who is over – well, until Christmas – and the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory have gone travelling off into time and space. Before I go on – a massive well done to the stars, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, regular guests such as Arthur Darvill and Alex Kingston and to all the one-off…

In Cold Blood

The airing of The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood saw the much anticipated return of the Silurians, following a 26 year absence. Following the controversial re-design of the Daleks, I was more than a little apprehensive – but there was no need! The story, like the reptiles, was fast, slick and impressive. So to celebrate…

Stop Moving Who

Den of Geek has expressed concerns at the “here and there” timeslots that this years Doctor Who episodes have been given. Taking on board the fact that this is also a world cup year, the website has listed the varying times that the show has aired over the last twelve weeks: The Eleventh Hour: 6.25pm…

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