This unexpectedly gentle black comedy about depression and suicide gets the tone just right, and could prompt as many empathetic conversations as it does compassionate laughs.
Tom Hardy is fab, but this is GoodFellas-lite, depicting violent sociopaths as glamorous, even amusing, and lacking all understanding of what made them tick.
I’ve been hard on Steven Moffat during his tenure as Doctor Who showrunner. But he got it right with “The Day of the Doctor.” He got it really, really right.
Think heavy-metal Lord of the Rings. With wormholes. It’s completely mad and kind of awesome.
Powerfully poignant, a bumpy, bittersweet journey through grief and joy.
Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View is a new podcast that is taking a fresh look at two fan-favorite shows in tandem…
How should we qualify the Doctor’s sexuality? What kind of impact does it have on the show, and on fans’ reactions to the show?
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What do you think? Is there a chance Eccleston could be lured back to Doctor Who?
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