Tag Archives: Steven Moffat

Doctor Who: The Magician’s Apprentice / The Witch’s Familiar (2015) Review

For its ninth season, Doctor Who once again decides to shake up its usual formula. In Series 7, the show produced a whole season of standalone episodes that were meant to be forty-five minute blockbusters. And for Series 9, the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Last Christmas (2014) Review

“Last Christmas” is the first holiday special of the Twelfth Doctor’s tenure, penned by Doctor Who’s showrunner Steven Moffat. And like many of Moffat’s holiday specials, it sets out to explore the true meaning of Christmas spirit, while also delivering … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Dark Water / Death In Heaven (2014) Review

With “Dark Water / Death In Heaven”, we’ve reached the end of another season of Doctor Who, and as usual Steven Moffat does a commendable job of wrapping up all the themes and ideas this season has been exploring about … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Caretaker (2014) Review

“The Caretaker” is Gareth Roberts’ final contribution to Doctor Who, which he co-wrote alongside the series’ showrunner Steven Moffat. His first story, “The Shakespeare Code“, was a surprisingly fun romp and one of the better historical episodes of the revived … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Time Heist (2014) Review

Series 8 of Doctor Who continues to progress at a leisurely rate with “Time Heist”, an episode that’s co-written by showrunner Steven Moffat and guest writer Stephen Thompson. Mr. Thompson previously penned “The Curse Of The Black Spot” in Series … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Listen (2014) Review

“Listen” is a very unique and experimental episode of Doctor Who. Series 7 had a lot on its plate, as the season that needed to wrap up the entire Matt Smith era. So “Listen” is the first time in a … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Into The Dalek (2014) Review

“Into The Dalek” is the first of several collaborations we’ll see from the writers of Doctor Who in Series 8 (followed by “Time Heist” and “The Caretaker”). It’s co-written by showrunner Steven Moffat and Phil Ford, who previously worked on … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Deep Breath (2014) Review

With “Deep Breath”, the Series 8 premiere of Doctor Who, the Twelfth Doctor’s tenure officially begins. Peter Capaldi steps up as the show’s new leading man, who previously portrayed a one-off character named Cacelius in “The Fires Of Pompeii“. This … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Time Of The Doctor (2013) Review

After three seasons of excitement, adventure, mystery and romance, the Eleventh Doctor’s journey in Doctor Who finally comes to a bittersweet end in “The Time Of The Doctor”, the grand finale of the Matt Smith era. For the Eleventh Doctor’s … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Day Of The Doctor (2013) Review

“The Day Of The Doctor”, penned by series showrunner Steven Moffat, is a rather special episode of Doctor Who (with higher production values than usual), that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the franchise. Before I dive into the nitty gritty … Continue reading

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