Static, seemingly harmless, stone statues whenever you look at them, but creepy, lightning-fast monsters with vampire teeth whenever you don’t, the Weeping Angels are prey on your potential. Rather than kill you or feast on your brains, they send you back in time, harvesting the energy of a life not lived. Whatever you do, don’t blink. (NB: They seem impervious to winking, though.)
After Captain Jack breaks Doc out of not-Shada, they team up with the Scoobies for one last adventure as a fam
How do you defeat bad Daleks? With worse Daleks, because they’re not so bad.
Eleven returns for a last hurrah replete with wooden Cybermen and naked Twister before his inevitable regeneration
A giant demon statue that no one notices, a paradox hotel and an easily avoidable companion farewell.
Behold the conclusion to the Weeping Angel double-feature that by its own internal logic should never have occurred in the first place.
Hallucinogenic lipstick, clerics in camouflage and a maze ball. The Weeping Angels must be back!
We bring out the big guns for our 100th canonical Doctor Who review to talk about an episode that needs no introduction.