Monthly Archives: October 2018

Doctor Who: The Long Game (2005) Review

If the early episodes have done their job of easing you into “Doctor Who” and getting you hooked on the show, I generally find the sixth and seventh installments are when you’ve fully gotten into the swing of the series’ … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Dalek (2005) Review

The title of this episode stands out to me as being pretty spoilery. I mean, any newcomers to the franchise probably wouldn’t know what a Dalek is going in, so the title would mean nothing to them, but let’s just … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Aliens Of London / World War Three (2005) Review

In “Doctor Who”, a couple of early trips in the TARDIS are usually followed by a quick pop back home, so the companion can regain their bearings and establish a home base. And in Rose’s case, “Aliens Of London” tackles … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Unquiet Dead (2005) Review

Your average season of “Doctor Who” usually kicks off with a loose trilogy of episodes set in the past, present and future to ease the audience into the show’s time travel premise. Of the three establishing episodes we’ve had so … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The End Of The World (2005) Review

Having a strong series opener is really important in “Doctor Who”, and in many ways, the second episode is just as important. The second episode is usually a character-building adventure that helps to cement the dynamic the Doctor and his … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Rose (2005) Review

“Doctor Who” is a popular and long-running British sci-fi series, and a personal favorite of mine, about a time traveler and his friends knocking about history and solving problems every week. The show is called ‘Doctor Who’ because no one … Continue reading

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