We reach the second installment of the “CoE” season of Torchwood, and while the anticipation of horrific things is palpable, we need to get really invested in all our characters first…including the antagonists.
We really don’t envy the challenge that the BBC’s marketing department faces when deciding how much to share about upcoming series production, and when.
The entire TARDIS classroom is back in session, but the history lessons are rather anachronistic in a trip to Heathrow that failed to meet Tegan’s expectations.
With a deep, steadying breath and a word of thanks to our listeners for their encouragement, we begin our journey into the tumultuous third season of Torchwood.
Stepping into other film & television properties that explore time travel, we look at Terry Gilliam’s 1996 exploration of a post-pandemic attempt to return to normalcy. (Too soon?)
There’s an abundance of concurrent crazy to contend with in the Series 19 off-world adventure, from colonists, to dream-invaders, to Adric trying to pilot an emotionally-driven safari robot suit.
Season 2 of Torchwood ends with what we consider to be a well-crafted but nonetheless difficult to watch finale.
Yes, it’s Adam Mitchell, but that still doesn’t mean we can’t find a lot to enjoy in our first visit to Satellite 5 in the Ninth Doctor’s glorious season.
We delve into the Fifth Doctor’s first post-regeneration story, involving a trio of nefarious space-frog-avocados and more than a bit of concerning cultural and racial depictions.
The second season of Torchwood makes an interesting choice by going with a set of flashback sequences for its penultimate episode.