Doctor Who is no stranger to outrageous, unbelievable plots. One could even say the show has practically been built on them. Kill the Moon is cut from a cloth that emphasizes emotional wallop and wonder over hard science, and for some folks that co more
The Doctor and Clara went to the moon and discovered some creepy-looking creatures and a lot of dead people. What did it all mean? Read More...
Dramatic, thought-provoking, gorgeously shot, dryly hilarious and consistently compelling, 'Kill the Moon' was easily the best episode of the season so far, and we'd even put good money on it staying that way come the end of November.
Love her or hate her, Clara was always a companion whose very introduction made character growth problematic.
With the second half of Season 7's central plot primarily hung around the mystery of her 'Manic timey-wimey-flirty-reincarnating pixie girl' more
And for the first time this Who season, 'Time Heist' pretty much delivered on that.
Not only did it stand strong as an example of Who's ever-malleable genre flexibility, but it boasted a unique narrative twist that proved that while it may not have b more
There was a lot to like in this week’s episode of Doctor Who , from the creepy space spiders to the harsh moral dilemma at the center of it all. However, the problem with “Kill the Moon” is that its core conflict for both the Doctor and Clara was flawed, more