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By Adam Scovell On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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Doctor Who: The Name of The Doctor – review

This review contains spoilers. It’s been a long time coming but Doctor Who Series 7 is finally coming to a conclusion.  Conclusion is perhaps the wrong word as it implies an ending or even the implication of More...

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By Adam Scovell On Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
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Doctor Who: Nightmare In Silver – review

This review contains spoilers. The hit and miss nature of the this season of Doctor Who continues by providing the viewers with a story that provides in a microcosm, the problems and brilliance that this series More...

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By Adam Scovell On Sunday, April 28th, 2013
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Doctor Who – Journey to the Centre of the Tardis (Stephen Thompson)

This review contains spoilers. Series 7 of Doctor Who has a very clear change in direction to the previous seasons.  The emphasis changing from a multitude of different styles and forms to a deliberate set of rigid More...

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By Adam Scovell On Sunday, April 21st, 2013
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Doctor Who: Hide – review

This review contains spoilers Even from the thirty second trailer of ‘Hide’ shown at the end of last week’s ‘Cold War‘, it was pretty clear that a number of influences were going to be More...

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By Adam Scovell On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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Doctor Who: Cold War – review

This review contains spoilers. In its 50th anniversary year, it’s not surprising that more and more classic villains are making a return to the current series of Doctor Who.  It was a tactic employed during More...

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By Adam Scovell On Monday, April 8th, 2013
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Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten – review

This review contains spoilers. It’s not very often that a story in the modern version of Doctor Who falls at almost all of the hurdles it has set itself.  It’s almost impossible to believe that a story, with More...

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By Adam Scovell On Sunday, March 31st, 2013
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Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John – review

This review contains spoilers. It’s been a while since The Doctor has been on screen really.  Seeing him in a consecutive episode next Saturday will seem like an absurd pleasure after the season shuffle of this More...

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By Adam Scovell On Wednesday, December 26th, 2012
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Doctor Who: The Snowmen – review

This review contains spoilers. For the first time since the series returned, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special is stuck right in the middle of a season; playing a pivotal role in the series’ narrative. ’The More...

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By Adam Scovell On Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
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Classic DVD of the week – Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)

The swinging sixties produced a number of things.  Its music, film, television and art are defined as being from that period by their eccentricities, bold colours and hippy counter-culture mentality.  When looking More...

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By Adam Scovell On Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
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Classic DVD Of The Week – Heart of Glass (Werner Herzog)

There’s a mist descending on the small Bavarian village as chaos threatens to impede progress when a traditional secret is lost with the death of its proprietor.  This description could be a muddy folk horror More...