Monthly Archives: February 2019

Doctor Who: The Girl In The Fireplace (2006) Review

“The Girl In The Fireplace” starts in media res: the palace of Versailles is under attack by an unstoppable alien force, so a French noblewoman, Madam De Pompadour, calls into her fireplace for the Doctor, a man she’s known most … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: School Reunion (2006) Review

“School Reunion” is something of an unprecedented Classic Who reunion. When Doctor Who returned to television in 2005, with Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper leading it, it blindsided Britain and was an unexpected hit. But for a long while, people … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Tooth And Claw (2006) Review

Series 2 of Doctor Who is a season with a good amount of highs and lows, particularly in the second half, so “Tooth And Claw” has always stood out to me as one of the highlights: the one where the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: New Earth (2006) Review

Much like “The Long Game“, “New Earth” is an episode I think I’enjoy more than a good chunk of the Doctor Who fandom. Mind you, I am always surprised that “New Earth” was the Series 2 premiere. “The Christmas Invasion“, … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion (2005) Review

After the explosive drama of the Series 1 finale, “The Christmas Invasion” serves as a cool-down episode for Doctor Who. In this installment, Harriet Jones’ short-lived tenure as Britain’s prime minister comes to an abrupt end. Mainly though, fans remember … Continue reading

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Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) Review

It’s hardly an uncommon opinion, but “Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice” is a bloated and messy movie. It’s nearly the DC comics equivalent of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”. For reference, I thought “The Amazing Spider-Man” was a flawed but … Continue reading

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