A good second part, and things might get really interesting next week. Which is a shame, because that’ll be the mid-series cliffhanger and then we have to wait for no readily apparent reason.
Posts by Matthew Walton:
May 22, 2011
Dramatic title? Check. Monsters which suddenly turn around and hiss at you? Check. Yawning? Double check.
May 15, 2011
Last week’s episode was a bit of a disappointment, but this week’s was written by Neil Gaiman.
And no matter what the title makes you think, this story doesn’t have River in it.
April 30, 2011
My apologies for not managing a review of the first episode of the series. Easter kind of got in the way, and then there was lots of manic work stuff when I got back. I did like it a lot, and would probably give it something in the mid thirties I would think. Anyway, here’s the review of the second part…
February 15, 2011
Felicia Day, star and writer of online series The Guild, (one of the) star(s) of Doctor Horrible’s Singalong Blog, gamer and general geek icon, has announced the nature of the mystery project that she’s been hinting at on Twitter: a new web series called Dragon Age: Redemption, developed in conjunction with Bioware and currently in post-production. Guild fans need not worry: the fifth season has been picked up.
June 27, 2010
The end of the series seems to have come a lot more quickly this time – or is it just me?
June 19, 2010
Lots of threads come together for the first part of the first series finale of Steven Moffat’s reign.
June 13, 2010
To lead us into the series-ending two-parter, a rather unusual episode in which the Doctor proves that he is utterly incapable of being normal.