Pitting our heroes against not one but two formidable adversaries, we look at the six-part coup d’êtat story that ends not only the 15th classic season, but a very important relationship as well. We discuss the unexpected nature of this “Agnew”-penned season closer, the ever-changing nature of the conflict that helps maintain interest through a six-part story, and the unusual performances of Baker and Jameson, given the timing of the production.
If broadcasts of Earth films ever get picked up by Sontaran fleets, this may be their reviews of what we consider “classics”. We really don’t expect them to be appreciated. We do, however, have a pretty entertaining time trying to figure out exactly what movie our noble knobby-headed warrior is ranting about.
Sometimes, when you’ve got a tale to tell, you don’t need to embellish it with a lot of extraneous characters and tangential moments. The beginning, middle, and end just fall into place, straightforward and true. (And you don’t even have to mention that in the crafting of the story, people were getting seriously injured, and it was probably best that you didn’t drag things for any longer, else something really nasty might come about.) This week, Taylor Nelson from The […]
With barely contained enthusiasm, we charge the proverbial castle walls in our rewatch of the opener for Doctor Who’s Season 11, “The Time Warrior”, joined by Deb Stanish of the Verity! Podcast.