The Pyramid At The End Of The World is the sort of Doctor Who story that taints other stories by association and makes you ashamed to be a Whovian.
Steven Moffat has written some of the greatest Doctor Who stories of all time and some of the worst. Which type is Extremis? Matt Morrison reviews.
[The Following Review Contains SPOILERS!] Bill Potts is a canteen worker at St. Luke’s University in Bristol. Smart but never applying to go to university herself, she still found herself sneaking into the lectures of one of St. Luke’s more infamous presences – a professor known only as The Doctor. The Doctor is a bit of […]
Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson may face their greatest challenge ever in ‘The Final Problem’ but will this be Sherlock’s final episode?
The most generous man in England is a serial killer? That’s what Sherlock Holmes believes. Too bad the world’s greatest detective is stoned off his arse…
While not having much to do with Christmas after the opening scene, The Return of Doctor Mysterio proves a welcome holiday treat for Doctor Who fans.
When Sherlock first premiered in 2010, the modern day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic detective took the world – and perhaps, more specifically, internet fandom – by storm. Not since the earliest publications of Doyle’s stories had Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson been such popular characters, catapulting the careers of both its […]
The place is London but the time is all wrong. Or, from a certain point of view, it is all right. All that matters is that here, whenever it is, there is a Sherlock Holmes. He is assisted in his detective work by a former army medic, Dr. John Watson. He has a brother named […]