The Thirteenth Doctor is back in an exciting two-part story: "Spyfall". Written by Chris Chibnall, this story is the first time we've seen Jodie Whittaker and the gang since last year's New Year's special "Resolution". But has it been worth the wait? Read on to find out! The Doctor and the Fam First, let's talk … Continue reading Doctor Who: "Spyfall: Part One" Review
The Doctor and Peri are joined by Joe Carnaby (Luke Allen-Gale), Peri's boyfriend, in this four-story Christmas anthology release. Written by Nev Fountain, Blood on Santa's Claw (and Other Stories) follows this new TARDIS team as they encounter werewolves, designer babies, an endless Christmas party and even Santa himself! But should it be put on … Continue reading REVIEW: "Blood on Santa's Claw and Other Stories"
The Ravenous saga concludes with this four-part boxset, which features the epic combination of one Doctor, two companions, four Masters and the Eleven. Beware: this review will contain spoilers for all of the stories, so be sure to have listened to the set before you scroll any further. Seriously, you do not want this spoiled … Continue reading REVIEW: Ravenous 4
The Short Trips range continues with The Second Oldest Question, a brand new Fifth Doctor and Nyssa story written by Carrie Thompson. It's a delightfully oddball story, all about a village putting a chicken on trial for arson. With the Doctor taking on the role of the chicken's defendant, we gradually uncover the truth behind … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Second Oldest Question”
The Twelfth Doctor returns for a second time this year with Dead Media, the latest in the Short Trips series. Read by impressionist Jake Dudman, this release is told in the style of a podcast narrated by the Doctor himself, and tells the story of how he and a student named Petra discovered an alien … Continue reading REVIEW: “Dead Media”
The Torchwood One team return for a third series of adventures with Torchwood One: Latter Days. Revolving around the theme of retirement, this set follows three key characters as they navigate their lives post-Torchwood. Read on for my reviews of each story. 1. "Retirement Plan" by Gareth David-Lloyd The set opens with Retirement Plan, a … Continue reading Torchwood One: Latter Days Review
The Torchwood monthly range continues with The Vigil by Lou Morgan, a tale that follows Tosh as she brings the body of an ex-colleague, Sebastian Vaughan, back to his family home. We flash from past to present, uncovering the circumstances leading to Tosh's mission, and the relationship between her and Sebastian. Morgan has an excellent … Continue reading Torchwood: “The Vigil” Review