Tagged The Pandorica Opens

Steven Moffat, writer of Doctor Who and Sherlock
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What Are Your Top Ten Moffat Era Episodes?

There are good days and bad days and Thursdays and Bank Holidays where it’s wet and miserable but then there are exceptional days. Days like today where someone suggests that you sit down, pop on a brew, and watch all your favourite Moffat-era Doctor Who episodes, and then have them describe all of this watching…

DW Finale
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Sub-Editorial: Save Me From Negativity!

Okay, I’m near the end of my tether. I can’t believe the overwhelming negativity of not only so-called Doctor Who fans (let’s face it, we’re known to moan about just about anything) but also casual viewers who seem to tune in merely to complain about how Doctor Who has ‘gone downhill. Cancel it now.’ I…

Dalek voice and Big Finish honcho Nicholas Briggs
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Exclusive Nicholas Briggs Interview

In his recent appearance at Hal-Con 2012, I was able to get a chance to ask Nicholas Briggs a couple questions about Halifax, Canadian Whovians, the Big Finish Audios and of course, The Daleks. Katerborous: The Daleks are the first villains Hal-Con had as guests.  Does it come with more responsibility knowing that you’re our…

Planet of the Daleks 2
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Planet of the Daleks: The Movie

There are some Doctor Who stories that are so epic they’re aching to be movies. Series 7’s ‘blockbuster’ approach proves that. Some multi-part tales, like The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang, are already films in essence, while others reach for it, but don’t quite muster the grand scale. But for many, any Dalek story can…

Angel Smiling
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The Angels Take Manhattan ReKapped!

You don’t believe that statues can move. And you’re right: they can’t – of course they can’t… when you’re looking. Chapter 1. The Dying Detective. On the instructions of the mysterious Julius Grayle, Detective Sam Garner makes his way to a rundown hotel, Winter Quays. He meets a dying man, who warns him that the…

Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as Amy and Rory in The Impossible Astronaut
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The Couple Who Die And Die Again…

You know how the Silence called Rory “the man who dies and dies again”? Maybe they should be calling the Ponds “the couple who die and die again” – an interesting point of view has been put forward to this writer by Twitter user @smiddlehurst. Turns out that not only does Amy die a lot…

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