Not a spy thriller but a story of emotional and intellectual suspense wrangling with matters of patriotism and of conscience, and of just how far journalism’s watchdog role can and should take it.
A Mr. Collins of a movie: fatuous, self-important, and nowhere near as smart or as elegant as it thinks it is. There isn’t a lick of wit to be found here.
[This post is not behind the paywall.]
Strictly for serious Doctor Who fans who won’t mind the ultra-low-budget ethos, and who’ll love the fan-fiction-y tidbits that are catnip to Whovians.
I feel like we have finally met Peter Capaldi’s Doctor for the first time. At last.
Important life lessons, everyone…
I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu.
We now have Peter Capaldi to save us from Steven Moffat, who I swear is veering into Michael Bay territory…
I might have something in my eye…
Matthew Savage is a conceptual designer who worked up some ideas for the Matt Smith era of the show.