Posted February 5th, 2020 -
We dissect the sixth episode of Series 12, and find that there’s a time and a place for a proper “breather episode” amidst all the uproar.
Fugitive of the Judoon
Posted January 28th, 2020 -
We prepared ourselves for a good old mercenary adventure, with equal parts humorous wordplay and brutish thuggery. The surprises we were thrown left us gasping for air and grasping for comprehension.
Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror
Posted January 23rd, 2020 -
The 19th Century “Current War” battles for top billing with a malevolent alien invasion as the most entertaining conflict in the fourth episode of Series 12.
Posted January 15th, 2020 -
Hot on the heels of a wild series opening salvo, we knew we’d have a change of pace going into the third episode. The building blocks of a great story are there, but we’re not sold on the execution.
Spyfall, Part Two
Posted January 9th, 2020 -
Chris Chibnall doubles down on the intensity for the conclusion of his Series 12 opening story, and it definitely takes its toll on us as viewers. Some things thrill, others shock, and if we’re being ...
Spyfall, Part One
Posted January 4th, 2020 -
We’re rocked back on our heels with the Series 12 opener, getting a storyline we love, questions that challenge us, concerns for characters, and…THAT moment. “Hi.”
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Torchwood Rewatch: Out of Time (S1E10)
Posted December 31st, 2019 -
They say you can’t go back again…assuming you want to at all. Gwen, Jack, and Owen each take charge of caretaking an unexpected time traveler, coming to three very different ends.
Worthwhile: The Curse of the Black Spot
Posted December 18th, 2019 -
Applying our typical “silver linings” perspective as we do to nearly all Doctor Who content, we begin a positive look at maligned post-2005 episodes with a hapless crew becalmed at sea.