New Who reviews

N065 Flesh and Stone

N065 Flesh and Stone

Behold the conclusion to the Weeping Angel double-feature that by its own internal logic should never have occurred in the first place.

N064 The Time of Angels

N064 The Time of Angels

Hallucinogenic lipstick, clerics in camouflage and a maze ball. The Weeping Angels must be back!

N063 Victory of the Daleks

N063 Victory of the Daleks

The Doc helps Winston Churchill defeat Power Ranger Daleks with a Jammie Dodger

N062 The Beast Below

N062 The Beast Below

The Eleventh Doctor and new companion Amy Pond go up against two-faced civil servants and the ultimate Brexit

N061 The Eleventh Hour

N061 The Eleventh Hour

A brand new Doctor and his companions-to-be have 20 minutes to save the world from an inter-dimensional fish-snake and the crystalline eyeballs pursuing it

N059 The End of Time, Part 1

N059 The End of Time, Part 1

The Master returns with a ridiculous plot to end life on Earth as we know it, and even Barack Obama shakes his head at this one.

N058 The Waters of Mars

N058 The Waters of Mars

Grown men wet themselves as the Doctor summons the Time Lord Victorious and introduces the concept of fixed points in time

N057 Planet of the Dead

N057 Planet of the Dead

Kleptomaniacs, coprophages and a scientist fanboy battle a civilisation-devouring sharknado from outer space

N056 The Next Doctor

N056 The Next Doctor

A steampunk cyber giant, a TARDIS balloon and a terrible ending