Review: Doctor Who – The Psychic Circus

Review by Jacob Licklider


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The Eleventh Doctor’s first series has been released as Blu-ray steelbook

Prepare to shout Geronimo! The Blu-ray steelbook of Series Five has been released today (Monday 10th February 2020), featuring new and exclusive artwork.

Series Five welcomed the arrival of Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Karen Gillan as his new friend, Amy Pond. Continue reading

Ian Gelder talks Can You Hear Me?

Something is stalking the Doctor and her friends, from ancient Syria to present-day Sheffield, and out into the wilds of space in Can You Hear Me?

As Graham, Yaz and Ryan return home to see friends and family, they find themselves haunted by very different experiences. Who is the figure calling from beyond the stars for help, and why?

Ian Gelder, who Doctor Who fans may recognise as the voice of the Remnants, talked about playing this mysterious, villainous figure. Continue reading

Doctor Who Series 12 Finale Details & Guest Stars Announced!

It has been revealed that Doctor Who Series 12 will end with ‘an explosive two part finale as the Doctor comes face-to-face with one of her most dangerous and relentless enemies once more: the Cybermen!’

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BBC Re-Release Doctor Who The Collection Season 12

BBC Worldwide has announced that Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 12 will be re-released on Blu-Ray.

For fans of Doctor Who and collectors of Classic Who seasons, the Blu-Ray has limited edition packaging with artwork by Lee Binding and has been restored and up-scaled to HD by Peter Crocker and Mark Ayres.

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Star Wars actor Alan Harris passes away

It has been reported today that sadly Star Wars actor Alan Harris has passed away aged 81.
Alan started out as a model before moving into work on stage and later in film & television.

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Review – Doctor Who – Dark Universe

Review by Jacob Licklider


Since 1989’s Survival there has always been a question of what exactly happened to Ace? She obviously didn’t appear in the TV Movie, and the expanded universe has had several explanations for what fate she underwent, ranging from death, to becoming Time’s Vigilante in Paris, and even entering the Academy on Gallifrey. Now in my personal opinion there is a way to reconcile all of these, the Time War does allow for separate fates, and now Big Finish has released Dark Universe. Continue reading

Review: Torchwood – The Sins of Captain John

Review by Michael Goleniewski


“From zombies in Restoration London, to Hell gatecrashing a funeral, rogue Time Agent Captain John Hart leads the universe to rack and ruin in four new adventures written by David Llewellyn” Continue reading

Review – The Diary of River Song (Series 7)

Review by Jacob Licklider


As a spin-off series, The Diary of River Song is one which has perhaps relied the most on it’s connections to Doctor Who as a parent show.  The first four series were promoted by prominently featuring the Fourth through Eighth Doctors, Series Five featured four distinct incarnations of the Master, and Series Six heavily featured the eras of the first four Doctors revisiting classic stories in prequels, mid-quels, or sequels.

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Fourth Doctor’s Adventures to get Blu-ray Release

Doctor Who: The Collection’ returns with Season 14, featuring Tom Baker as the iconic Time Lord.


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