Groundhog Day of the Daleks Doctor Who is known for taking seemingly unrelated genres and stories, only to then hurl them head on at one another. While this occasionally generates…Keep reading
Oh, for Flux Sake Contrary to how it may appear, I’ve desperately wanted to like Flux. The scope and ambition behind such a series is one that’s hard not to…Keep reading
Diminishing Chaos Flux’s fourth chapter falls into the usual trappings of a standard Chibnall episode. Aggressive scene hopping, people standing around explaining stuff to one another, new plot lines…Keep reading
Serialised Harmony This is actually a pretty darn decent episode. Perhaps the most consistent, structured, solid and entertaining instalment to the Flux serialisation to date. There’s a lot to praise…Keep reading
Narrative Disarray Episode three of Flux’s six-part serialisation follows on immediately from last week’s story. Yaz (Mandip Gill) has found herself trapped upon a holographic plate located on the planet…Keep reading
The Invasion of Time There are elements within War of the Sontarans that I admire. Firstly, it’s more structured than the previous week. While I enjoyed The Halloween Apocalypse to…Keep reading
It’s clear that show runner Chris Chibnall is gunning to make his final full series on the show his most ambitious yet. Doctor Who Flux’s opening chapter, the Halloween Apocalypse,…Keep reading
As hard as it may be to admit, Doctor Who has been struggling for quite some time now. A lot of people like to point the blame solely at Chris…Keep reading
Despite some of my reservations regarding the more recent episodes of Doctor Who, I found myself looking forward to 2021’s new year’s special, Revolution of the Daleks. After all, it…Keep reading
I’m not normally a fan of Doctor Who episodes set in the past. Not because I find history boring, I just often don’t think they’re done very well. The show’s…Keep reading
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