They’ve made it back to Sheffield, half an hour after they left, but as the horrendous pun in the title suggests, there’s a bit of a spider problem going on… arachnophobes beware.
Montgomery, Alabama, 1955. We all know who we’re going to meet this week as Doctor Who stares racism right in the face.
A new series, a new producer, new companions, a new composer and a new Doctor await us in one of the most talked-about premieres in the show’s history.
Also known as Warcraft: The Beginning, this film based on Blizzard’s phenomenally popular MMORPG which used to be an RTS series is extremely pretty but suffers from an incoherent plot and an uncontrolled urge to be spectacular at the expense of just about everything else.
Following the past events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, it’s now the 1980s. Things seem to have been reasonably quiet since Magneto’s attack on the President, but that’s all about to change when the world’s first mutant wakes up.
I’ve tried to be vague, but there may be some spoilers within.
Eighteen months after the events of Man of Steel, Superman finds himself subject to scrutiny from the US government. Among his doubters are Bruce Wayne, weary from two decades of fighting crime in Gotham City; and Lex Luthor, who has located a certain glowing green rock in the wreckage of Zod’s world engine…
Do not read this if you have not seen the film. I will be freely mentioning plot points, surprises and other things which are widely and rightly considered to be major spoilers and I don’t want you blaming me for it when I put this warning right at the top.
You heard me, person at the back who hasn’t seen the film yet. Go on. Out with you.
Absolutely guaranteed not to ruin your enjoyment of any of the surprises.
This is the first of two articles I’ll be writing about The Force Awakens. This is the spoiler-free review, with scores and everything. The second article will be absolutely crammed full of spoilers and absolutely shouldn’t be read if you haven’t seen the film yet.
The Doctor has returned to Gallifrey. There may be fireworks.
The Doctor finds himself alone in a mysterious castle, being chased by a veiled figure.