Doctor Who Series 8 Episode 6 – Review (The Caretaker)


This week saw the world as we know it under a threat of a mechanical alien robot with machine guns for arms.

It started off very promising, with the Doctor finally meeting Danny and them actually conversing.

Clara was, as you’d expect, in between the two trying to reason with both men getting them to accept each other. Continue reading


Doctor Who Series 8 Episode 3 – Review (Robot of Sherwood)



So this week saw the Doctor and Clara battling robots in episode 3 of Doctor Who, series 8.

It started off with Clara choosing where she wanted to go, something previous companions have had the chance to do. Her choice was to meet Robin Hood.

The doctor wasn’t convinced that he was real when they first met, and wasn’t fully convinced he was real until they last met.

The episode itself was what you may call a ‘filler episode’, not one with overall great significance but enough of a concept to make into an episode. Continue reading

Doctor Who Series 8 Episode 2 – Review (Into The Dalek)

Hey everyone, here is my review for this week’s episode of Doctor Who. I know it’s a tad late, but I have only managed to watch it just now and thought I might as well write-up this article since the episode is fresh in my mind.

If you missed the review for episode 1, click HERE

This week saw a very different approach to last week’s. Everything from the villains to the acting to the furthering of storylines.

Early on, we saw the new future companion of the Doctor and Clara, Danny Pink. He was a lot different to what I had read up on him. I think he’ll be a brave and bolder Mickey (Noel Clark). Interesting to see how he will work with the Doc, being a former soldier.

Anyway, this week saw the return of almost everyone’s favourite villains…. the Daleks! Continue reading

Doctor Who Series 8 Episode 1 – Review (Deep Breath)


So after a very loooong time, we finally get Doctor Who back on our screens. Not the same Doctor, but the same show.

As soon as the show started I was very cynical about the whole dinosaur thing. Personally I feel that Victorian-time London with a dinosaur is a cliché that DW needs to avoid in the future, leave it for the potential spin-off show that may or may not be.

Peter Capaldi for the most part was most probably ordered (by script) to act all crazy, what with him being in a post-regeneration state. I for one, disliked the first half an hour plus of this. It just felt a tad forced to me.
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