Neil Gaiman's second Doctor Who episode explored a familiar character from the Whoniverse in a completely new way. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/doctor-who-nightmare-in-silver-review-cybermen-really-get-inside-your-head-136816245636/ more
The Doctor and Clara are off to Hedgewick’s World of Wonders in this week’s episode of "Doctor Who," "Nightmare in Silver," written by Neil Gaiman. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/05/11/doctor-who-recap-clara-battles-the-silver-robots/?mo more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Nightmare in Silver," the May 11 episode of BBC America's "Doctor Who," in which Neil Gaiman returns to script a Cybermen adventure. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-doctor-who-nightmare-in-sil more
Let's just say we wouldn't be surprised if there weren't some weird, niche forum somewhere lobbying for a show based around the adventures of Cassandra, the human face trampoline.
Still, while Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures ratched certain speci more
It’s been a while since I’ve been this dually stoked and let down by an episode of Doctor Who . The last time may have been “Victory of the Daleks,” which suffered from a similar schizophrenia and was also written by Mark Gatiss, whom I slobbered all over more
It's a long time before we actually see the Doctor in "The Crimson Horror," but when he does arrive in this alternately silly/creepy/fun installment it's one of the best moments of this "Doctor Who" season so far.The extended wait for that burst of brilli more
Well that certainly wasn't the image I expected to see in the optogram in the opening scene of " The Crimson Horror " - how about you? Even Madame Vastra said it was impossible. Yep! Vastra, Jenny Frist and Strax were back and on the case. It was really t more