Posts Tagged ‘Steven Moffat’

Extremis – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Extremis – or, rather, In extremis – is Latin for “in the farthest reaches” or “at the point of death”. How about a load of confusing rubbish that shows Steven Moffat at his most self-indulgent? It really must be his WORST episode since the Xmas one, The Return of Doctor Mysterio – which was Moffat’s […]

Oxygen – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

Oxygen is the one thing lacking when The Doctor, Bill and Nardole arrive on a spaceship… despite the fact they can walk about due to artificial gravity PLUS they can breathe due to an air seal thing from the TARDIS. The premise is: 4 survivors, one distress call, but originally there were 40 crew members, […]

Knock Knock – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Well, I was hoping it’d be the writer of a decent episode for a change and, thankfully, it was. NOTE: I will discuss elements of this episode which will be spoilers if you haven’t seen it, so make sure you watch it first. Bill and her students friends are looking for […]

Thin Ice – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Thin Ice is what’s covering the Thames in 1814 London, as there’s monsters underneath, waiting to swipe the population. Taking place within an old-style Victorian market and fayre on the ice, early on, Bill worries about accidentally changing the future, e.g. by stepping on a butterfly and causing her own demise, but The Doctor changes […]

Smile – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

Smile! It’s time another dire episode of Doctor Who! But it’s not all dreadful, because despite Nardole (Matt Lucas) turning up early to bumbles around again for no reason, he was quickly left at home as The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Bill (Pearl Mackie) headed off on an alleged adventure. Given the choice of going […]

The Pilot – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

The Pilot is the first new episode of the tenth ‘new Who’ series, and we already know that not only is this Peter Capaldi‘s final one, but also that the new assistant, Bill (Pearl Mackie), will only be in the Tardis for one series, so while I find her massively annoying from the trailers and […]

Peter Capaldi leaving Doctor Who in the Christmas 2017 episode

Peter Capaldi has announced he’s leaving Doctor Who in this year’s Christmas episode, but this will come as no surprise. Showrunner Steven Moffat, who showed such great promise with episodes like Blink, but he gave us the interminably dull Clara-boyfriend Danny Pink, then severely let us down with many a lacklustre episode, not least in […]

The Return of Doctor Mysterio – Doctor Who: Christmas Episode 2016 – The DVDfever Review

The Return of Doctor Mysterio presented me with a dilemma since there were no previews available for this episode, despite there having been so for last year’s Christmas special, so I figured either this one was beyond terrible (always a possibility with a Christmas episode), or there was something so life-changing within that the BBC […]

Pearl Mackie – The new Doctor Who companion

Pearl Mackie has been named as the new Doctor Who companion. Until now, I didn’t know a whole heap else about her, other than the fact she appeared in the enjoyable British comedy Svengali, and also an episode of Doctors back in February 2014. I watch Doctors religiously, but the tertiary cast change on an […]

The Husbands Of River Song – Doctor Who: Christmas Episode 2015 – The DVDfever Review

The Husbands Of River Song finds Peter Capaldi‘s Doctor back in upbeat mode having been inadvertently completely forget all about Clara Oswald following the events of the Series 9 finale. It’s Christmas Day 5343 and, for once, it’s actually snowing on Christmas Day. According to the Met Office, that is the next time we will […]

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