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Before ‘Time Lord Victorious’

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Next week, the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ review season of ‘Doctor Who’ will begin! Before that happens, please feel free to check out my reviews on the ‘Doctor Who’ stories featured in the ‘Road to the Dark Times’ Blu-ray, which I had a chance to check out over Christmas from December 2020 to January 2021. Continue reading

Seasons 10, 12, 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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At the time of this blog post, I’m currently checking out the Season 24 Blu-ray box set of ‘Doctor Who’ with Sylvester McCoy. I’m looking forward to sharing updated reviews on ‘Time and the Rani’, ‘Paradise Towers’, ‘Delta and the Bannermen’ and ‘Dragonfire’ sometime soon on my blog. Stay tuned for news! Continue reading

Revisiting Seasons 18 and 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ on Blu-ray with Tom Baker and Peter Davison

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‘Time Lord Victorious – Road to the Dark Times’ (Doctor Who) on Blu-ray

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Over Christmas 2020 and early 2021, I’ve been checking out the ‘Time Lord Victorious – Road to the Dark Times’ collection of ‘Doctor Who’ stories on Blu-ray. This is in preparation for me to check out the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ event that’s happening from 2020-21 with books, audios and comic tales. Continue reading

Quick DVD Review – ‘The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years’

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I’m glad I got four ‘Doctors’ DVDs from the ‘Myth Makers’ series for my birthday this year from my parents. I’ve greatly enjoyed ‘The Doctors: The William Hartnell Years’, ‘The Doctors: The Pat Troughton Years’ and recently ‘The Doctors: The Tom Baker Years’. I hope soon I’ll get ‘The Doctors: The Peter Davison Years’ DVD later this year and hopefully more ‘Myth Maker’ interviews on DVD. 🙂 Continue reading

Season 10 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jon Pertwee on Blu-ray #2

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Here we are on the second story of Season 10 of ‘Doctor Who’! Today it’s time to roll up for a ‘Carnival of Monsters’, starring Jon Pertwee as the Doctor and Katy Manning as Jo Grant. This is a four-part adventure by Robert Holmes where the Doctor and Jo are in a miniscope with some deadly Drashigs. Continue reading

Season 19 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Peter Davison on Blu-ray #6

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This is probably the ‘Doctor Who’ story in Season 19 that you’ve all been looking forward to. This is the highlight from Season 19 as well as the Peter Davison era.! It’s time for ‘Earthshock’, the sixth story of the season as the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa, Tegan and Adric confront the menace of the Cybermen! Continue reading

Christmas DVD Review – ‘North & South’ (1975)

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For Christmas 2018, I gave my Mum a Blu-ray edition of ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’. I also gave her a DVD of the 1975 BBC TV adaptation of ‘North & South’, starring Patrick Stewart and Rosalind Shanks. My parents and I enjoyed this interesting adaptation of the original novel by Elisabeth Gaskell. Continue reading

Season 12 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker on Blu-ray #5

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It’s the season finale of Season 12 of ‘Doctor Who’ and it has Tom Baker’s Doctor with Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane and Ian Marter as Harry facing the Cybermen. I wouldn’t consider this a great Cybermen story or a very good season finale overall, but this was pretty enjoyable and entertaining. Continue reading

Season 12 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker on Blu-ray #4

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We’re now on the fourth story of Season 12 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker and it’s one of the fans’ most favourite stories from the Fourth Doctor era. It’s a favourite of mine as well! This story is a six-part adventure and it features the origins of the Doctor’s greatest foes called ‘Genesis of the Daleks’. Continue reading