The powers that be have decided that the first five episodes of Doctor Who Series 7 will be standalone, movie-style episodes, so much so that they have released movie posters for each one:
I like this idea, as overarching storyines can either be an more
The Doctor and the Daleks are sort of like Batman and the Joker. They've been fighting each other so long, they practically define each other. And tonight's Doctor Who season opener made a strong case that the Doctor's relationship with the Daleks has got more
The biggest surprise of the night was the unexpected appearance of the Doctor's new assistant, Clara. Or, as she was called in " Asylum of the Daleks ," Oswin Oswald. Oswin described herself as shipwrecked and being held captive. Things turned out to be q more
The season premier of ‘Doctor Who’ gives us zombies and more Daleks than we’ve ever seen in one location, among other things. There are also new credits with a fresh font and Dalek bumps on the logo. All in 45 minutes that seem more like a movie than an e more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Asylum of the Daleks," the seventh season premiere of BBC America's "Doctor Who," in which the Doctor, Rory and Amy reunite to take on a familiar set of foes. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-pr more
Steven Moffat's first proper Doctor Who script involved a little boy who goes around asking "Are you my mummy?" And motherhood has been a major theme in Moffat's Who stories ever since.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe," the December 25 episode of "Doctor Who," in which The Doctor helps a World War II family in the annual Christmas special. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/docto more
The season finale of 'Doctor Who' had quite a few fun bells and whistles and enjoyable moments.
But executive producer/head honcho Steven Moffat's inability to stop adding bells and whistles sometimes gets in the way of emotionally resonant moments on t more