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DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘The Web of Fear’


Doctor Who - The Web of Fear lacks extras, but is a fantastic serial long thought lost, well restored and finally released on DVD. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – Web of Fear’

Doctor Who Web of Fear

"Doctor Who - The Web of Fear" has robot Yetis, shapeless evil, and rolling waves of fungus. It's hard to resist Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – Terror of the Zygons’


This story may be nearly 40 years old, but it is still relevant today. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who Spearhead From Space’


A classic Doctor Who -- and in Blu-ray! Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – The Green Death Special Edition’


Originally in 1973, it is notable as the final serial in which Jo Grant serves as companion to Jon Pertwee's Doctor. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – The Mind of Evil’


The Mind of Evil is one of those stories that appears to be about one thing, and then revelation by revelation, changes into something else entirely. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who Inferno – Special Edition’


The story of Inferno is an important one, just as relevant today as when the episodes aired. Read More »

DVD Review: Doctor Who – Shada

Doctor Who's unaired serial comes to DVD with tons of extras. Read More »

DVD Review: Doctor Who – The Claws of Axos Special Edition

Doctor Who grows tired of the humans, but still thinks he's better than us, in The Claws of Axos. Read More »

DVD Review: Doctor Who – “The Ambassadors of Death”

Doctor Who The Ambassadors of Death is convoluted, filled with too many twists, but is still an interesting story. Read More »