For reasons too long to be detailed right now, I did not manage to watch ‘The Caretaker’ until 2am last night and the notes I found this morning on my pillow merely said “Angry Doctor” and “eyebrows” multiple times, because no proper review can come out of watching an episode so late on a Saturday night. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Press play and try not to cry. I dare you.
They say some things you never forget where you were when they happened. Well, I remember very well where I was when Lost ended, because I was watching it!
It can be so dangerous when a good episode comes after a great one, because it diminishes its quality, even if it is not bad. But since last week’s ‘Listen’ set such high standards, everyone was going go over it with a fine tooth comb, whatever adventure the Doctor and Clara went through this week. Continue reading
I don’t know how to begin this review. ‘Listen’ was as confusing as it was splendid, so I fear the only thing I can write is a series of positive adjectives that show how much I enjoyed the episode. Continue reading
I am going to get to the point: I LOVED ‘Robot of Sherwood’. It was the fun, light episode that Doctor Who needed after two weeks of introducing us to the darkest, most obscure Doctor to date. And, oh, was not Capaldi in his element. Continue reading
Here it is, finally. The day I had been waiting for almost a year. The epic historical drama Isabel begins its third series in Spain this Monday and it is going to be the conclusion to one of the most successful Spanish TV productions ever made. Continue reading