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Doctor Who Re-watch: The Girl in the Fireplace

The second Moffat story for New Who! In which all of his later series themes are laid out for us. Plus bonus The Time Traveller’s Wife riff, a great historical fiction revisionist slant on Madame de Pompadour and the chick … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Twice Upon A Time Review

Time to remember how to log into my WordPress again folks because it’s time for Moffat’s final Christmas special. Capaldi’s too. And we all know what that means, right? An Inkashlings Who review. So what did I think of Twice … Continue reading

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Doctor Who The Doctor Falls Review

Well! That was Matt Smith’s The Time of the Doctor done right! That was the multi Master story I never knew I wanted! With the exception of the weird deux ex machina at story’s end, that was a near perfect … Continue reading

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Doctor Who World Enough and Time Review

So I had to leave some processing time between initial watch and the rewatch of this episode and the finale to be able to review. Though I wouldn’t go as far as the Radio Times, who labelled World Enough and … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Eaters of Light Review

Review disclaimer: A friend of mine commented on my low score for the previous Gatiss penned episode. By way of explanation, it’s pretty tough to rate Who episodes out of 10 from week to week anyway given the wide range … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Empress of Mars Review

Well that was a surprise. I actually kinda enjoyed that. I’ve said before on numerous occasions that Gatiss isn’t my cup of tea on Who every time. For every Crimson Horror, there is a Victory of the Daleks and I’m … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Lie of The Land Review

This week is a Toby Whithouse oddity. I mostly enjoy his work on Who. I’ve enjoyed every episode he’s written with the exception of Under the Lake/Before the Flood, and even then I thought they were average Who episodes rather … Continue reading

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