Doctor Who: The Magician’s Apprentice/The Witch’s Familiar

So, Doctor Who is back, and it’s getting it’s mandatory dalek story out of the way. Although this series has answered my ultimate new who prayer (every episode is a serial, just like classic) It hasn’t answered my second: CAN THERE BE ONE SERIES THAT…

The Avengers: From Venus With Love review 

From Venus With Love started the fifth series of The Avengers, and was the first episode to be broadcast in color. The show had become successful in the states after Series 4, and thus was backed by ABC during for this series till the next.(and…

The Avengers: Mr. Teddy Bear review

Mr. Teddy bear is the first episode of the second seires of cult British Spy show The Avengers. The first series of The Avengers( most of which has suffered the fate of junking.) was more on the lines of Danger Man, or in other words,…

Mad Max (1979) review

In the wake of the new Mad Max movie coming out this year, I have decided to take a look at the original three. I’ll start off the series by taking a look at the first film in the series, Mad Max. The movie opens…

The Tripods part one: A Village in England review

The Tripods is a 1984 adaption of John Christopher’s series of young adult science fiction novels. It was adapted by Alick Rowe, who was known primarily for radio dramas. The series took place 2089. Everything is in peace after a war. Or is it? Tall,…

Doctor Who, Paradise Towers (story 145) Review

The main problem with Paradise Towers is that it’s part of season 24. Let me back it up. When it came time for Peter Davison’s Doctor regenerated, the production team thought that after the very light Peter Davison era they should take the show in…

Doctor Who: The Space Museum (story no. 15) review

Image from: popculture-y.com The Space Museum kicks off with a fantastic first episode. The episode has a great air of mystery, and Hartnell is fantastic in it. The main characters wandering through the museum is one of the highlights of the episode, with the Dalek…

Doctor Who, Series 8: Death in Heaven review

  Image from: BBCamerica.com WARNING MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD. READ WITH CAUTION!!!!!!!!! It feels strange and tragic that tonight, I shall not be sat relaxed on my brown cushioned chair with a cup of warm tea, ready to get engulfed in the world of the Doctor….

Doctor Who: Colin Baker is not the worst Doctor!

Colin Baker is known by most as being the worst Doctor. This comes from most people who have only seen either one episode, only the scene from his first episode where he strangles his companion while suffering from post-regenerative crisis, Or because of his rather…