Previous episode: Nightmare in Silver.
Oh. my. stars. That was amazing. That more than made up for the ups and downs this series, and, oh, they’re so clever. This episode did the exact opposite of what people feared it said on the tin, of course it did (and I do quite unashamedly hope that a lot of people are eating their words for breakfast this morning). It’s not about the name. It’s about the promise that he made. The promise that’s going to break his hearts. Continue reading
In an exclusive behind-the scenes clip that the BBC have released as a reward for the fans keeping the finale’s secrets (after Series 7 Part 2 blurays were accidentally sent out too early in America), Matt and David talk about being the Doctor, filming the 50th Anniversary episode, and the magic of it all. This is the most wonderful thing I have ever seen.
Previous: Episode 4 + 5.
Oh good God, this is all going so many shades of wrong. Continue reading
Previous episode: The Crimson Horror.
Right, so… that wasn’t bad. Good, actually. But not great. Sorry, Neil. Come along, you lot, and discover why. Continue reading
Previous: Episode 3.
Oh. Oh. That… was amazing. Continue reading
Previous episode: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.
And thus, Mark Gatiss has gifted us with a merrily sanguine and appropriately horrific Victorian adventure—in which the gentlemen do all the fainting. Continue reading
Previous episode: A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs.
Thing what we learnt today: you gotta look out for family. Continue reading