Kicking of the first in a trilogy of adventures, we find the Sixth Doctor travelling with his spirited young companion, Philippa “Flip” Jackson.
We entered the doomed city of Atlantis with high expectations. Its links to Merlin were much vaunted, coming from the same creative team. While their hard won experience has benefited the show immeasurably, Atlantis still suffers the same tonal issues that beset its predecessor, occasionally veering towards broad comedy at the expense of the drama.
Followers of Doctor Who’s Companion Chronicles will already be familiar with Quadrigger Stoyn.
Tom Baker’s third series for Big Finish begins with a bang, bringing the Fourth Doctor into conflict with a rather unusual Sontaran, the formidable General Strang. Demonstrating his unique status, we hear him despatch a twelve strong assassination squad of his stubby comrades in the opening moments of the tale.
As the book’s dedication makes clear, ‘Harvest of Time’ is a story that is as much about the Master as it is the Doctor.
After his capture at the end of ‘The Daemons’ the delightfully evil Time Lord has been kept under lock and key. However, he has been periodically released from his unique Nuclear Reactor prison and coerced into assisting with a new submarine communication system.
From director Cameron K McEwan (aka Blogtor Who), Who’s Changing is a crowd-funded documentary which endeavours to look at how Doctor Who’s fanbase has changed over the years.
The first trailer has been unveiled for Doctor Who star Karen Gillan’s new horror movie Oculus, from the producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious.
From the pen of Jed Mercurio (Bodies), Line of Duty takes place inside the complex, high-stakes world of a police internal investigation. First broadcast in mid-2012, this highly successful drama is finally coming to DVD ahead of its upcoming second series.
David Lavery’s book was originally intended to chart Joss Whedon’s successful television career and then ponder over his failure to translate it into big screen success. Fortunately, with his abortive Wonder Woman project now career footnote, it revels in the triumphant box office success of Marvel’s The Avengers.