Doctor Who’s “Nikola Tesla’s Night of Horror” saw the Doctor and her companions meeting the famed creator Nikola Telsa while battling greedy monsters/aliens after their own agenda. Like every episode that came before it, this episode was a wild ride with a staple of lessons attached to it that thatRead More →

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The Doctor and her companions ended up at a Tranquility spa that was a front for an Earth that had long ago been destroyed by it’s own hand in “Orphan 55.” They encountered monsters that will give you nightmares, situations where they missed each other dearly, and savage lines viaRead More →

'Doctor Who' 12x02 Review: Spyfall - Part Two

Doctor Who’s “Spyfall – Part Two” was a satisfying conclusion to a two part introduction to the next season of this classic and much loved show. And while not perfect, I’m looking at you new version of the Master who decided to hang out with Nazis of all people, PartRead More →

'Doctor Who' 12x02 Review: Spyfall - Part One

Doctor Who returned for it’s twelfth season in the explosion premiere episode titled “Spyfall-Part One.” And oh does this episode title deliver on the spies, on the falls, and on the action. Not only do the Doctor and her fam experience a new mystery with new aliens, Yaz’s will isRead More →

Get ready to kick off 2020 with an all-new Doctor Who! The Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker, returns to launch the latest season on Wednesday, January 1st at 8/7c on BBC America. Subsequent episodes will air Sundays at 8/7c beginning January 5th. The Doctor will be resuming her adventures withRead More →

There’s a lot of good TV out there. No, really, a hell of a lot of good TV, trust me, someone who just had to spiral her way into somehow narrowing this list down. But narrow it I have, with what I consider to be the best TV has offeredRead More →

Doctor Who‘s “The Witchfinders” proved once again that fear is a powerful motivator and tool in the hands of those with an agenda. It takes bravery, the ability to listen even when you’re scared, and the guiding hand of someone like the Doctor, Yaz, Ryan, and Graham to set thingsRead More →

Perhaps one of Doctor Who‘s many commendable feats is its ease to frighten. Daleks used to be one of the most terrifying foes television fiction had ever seen –granted, in the sixties– and the Cybermen’s ability to reprogram themselves instantly to learn and become unstoppable instills a horror in one’s bonesRead More →

If there is one thing Doctor Who has always been good at, if there is just one thing it often excels at, no matter who the writer in charge is, it is its ability to pull at our heartstrings when we are allowed to watch history come true before our very ownRead More →

An episode is good when you’re left with something to talk about. When something calls to you, beckons you to think about it non-stop, to want to share your thoughts and opinions with anyone and everyone who will listen. An episode is really good when you don’t even have to think aboutRead More →

Oh, Thirteen. The world is about to be very unfair to you. Though, to be fair, the world has always had a tendency to be terribly unfair to the newly appointed Doctor –it was ready to criticize Matt Smith for his young age after fan-favorite David Tennant put away hisRead More →

As the newest season of Doctor Who slowly approaches, we learn new details about what Chris Chibnall’s first series as showrunner of the BBC’s longest-running show will look like. But if the Torchwood creator let us know something early on is how little fearful he was of giving the show a complete turn. HeRead More →