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Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 1)

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With the upcoming ‘Downton Abbey 2’ movie due to be released in December 2021, it’s a good time to check out the ‘Downton Abbey’ TV series. I’ve decided to review the TV series season by season and do quick reviews on its Christmas Specials. I look forward to checking out more of the TV series. Continue reading

March of the Thirteenth Doctor #9

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Hopefully I will get on to reviewing the Target novelization/audiobook of ‘The Witchfinders’ by Joy Wilkinson very soon. In the meantime, check out my review on the TV episode itself as the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz deal with witches in the 17th century. Alan Cumming makes a special guest appearance in this episode. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Witchfinders’

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It’s time for another venture into history with Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’. In this episode called ‘The Witchfinders’ by Joy Wilkinson, the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz go back to the time where witch-trials was a thing and they meet Alan Cumming as King James. Will there be mud-like aliens involved here? Continue reading

Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Jodie Whittaker

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Whilst we wait for ‘Doctor Who’ to return in 2020 on TV, I’ve posted my Blu-ray reviews on Series 11 with Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill today! This is the first season of Jodie Whittaker’s era of ‘Doctor Who’ as well as showrunner Chris Chibnall’s which was shown in 2018. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘The Witchfinders’ (Doctor Who)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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I’ve seen the eighth episode of Series 11 of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘The Witchfinders’ by Joy Wilkinson. Once again, this has been a top quality drama episode in the latest ‘Doctor Who’ season. I don’t think it’s as good as ‘Kerblam!’, but the tone and atmosphere for this episode felt very believable to watch. Continue reading