Rarely does an episode of television genuinely surprise and terrify viewers. Neil Gaiman’s newest episode of “Doctor Who” does both in excess. As a world-renowned writer, Gaiman consistently brings readers into his magical world of dark fantasy. The ease and caliber of his writing in regards to “Doctor Who” becomes even more suburb with each venture. “Nightmare in Silver” is not only a wonderful episode of “Doctor Who”, it highlights each character’s strength beautifully creating a terrifying work of art. (Continue reading at Examiner.com)
A companion’s first off world adventure seems to set the tone for their ongoing travels. In the case of Clara Oswald, her first trip was one of suspense and self-discovery. In “The Rings of Akhaten”, writer Neil Cross and director Farren Blackburn take viewers to a magical world that orbits an ominous gas giant.
After 96 days without new “Doctor Who”, fans gathered around their televisions for the newest story in the hopes that some questions would be answered. Who is Clara? Why does The Doctor keep meeting her? Will he ever find her again? Steven Moffat did not disappoint. “The Bells of Saint John” is a fast paced story full of adventure, thrills and fun. No doubt many children had to watch television from behind a sofa. (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
Mystery has surrounded the upcoming “Doctor Who” 50th anniversary special. Whovians have been trying to figure out which favorite characters will be returning. Matt Smith appeared on “The Jonathan RossShow” Saturday night revealing a one word clue about the upcoming event. When pressured by Ross to spill at least one tidbit, Matt Smith simply said (Continue reading at Examiner.com)