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TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – Series Eight Finale

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Doctor Who ends season eight better, but not quite back to form. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘In the Forest of the Night’

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Doctor Who delivers another mediocre case-of-the-week, with barely any movement on the larger, more interesting arcs of the season. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘Flatline’

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There are some uneven character moments in "Flatline," but there are also dramatically cool scenes and some awesome special effects. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘Mummy on the Orient Express’

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Doctor Who skips over much needed and anticipated character development this week for a standard stand-alone tale. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘Kill the Moon’

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Kill the Moon is a beautiful, compelling, intense beginning of the end for Clara's run on Doctor Who. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘The Caretaker’

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"The Caretaker" is a re-use of a classic Doctor Who mold, which includes some very interesting character notes. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – “Time Heist”

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"Time Heist" is an exciting, if unoriginal, jaunt, but the real crime is the overlooked opportunities in regards weak story and character development. Read More »

‘Doctor Who’ TV Review – ‘Listen’

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"Listen" is a brilliant and frightening stand-alone episode of Doctor Who, featuring new insight on key characters. Read More »

‘Doctor Who’ Review – ‘Robot of Sherwood’

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"Robots of Sherwood" is the first Doctor Who tale in a long time that doesn't make sense, which means even if there are funny scenes and lines, the episode disappoints. Read More »

‘Doctor Who’ Review – ‘Into the Dalek’

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"Into the Dalek" goes into The Doctor's head in a character-driven encounter with the series' most infamous foe. Read More »