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Archive for April, 2007

By Jonn Elledge on 22 April 2007 Comments Off

If you’ve spent any time in the last two years in the festering cesspool that is ‘Doctor Who’ fandom, then you’ll know there have been two distinct reactions to Russell T Davies’ reinvention…

By Jim Smith on 09 April 2007 Comments Off

The second episode of the new series of ‘Doctor Who’ takes the Doctor and Martha Jones into an immaculately staged 1590s London and a meeting with the man the Doctor describes as both ‘the genius’ and ‘the most human human’ of all; William Shakespeare.

By Eddie Robson on 06 April 2007 Comments Off

It’s odd that new films directed by Danny Boyle aren’t bigger events in Britain…

By Mark Clapham on 03 April 2007 Comments Off

To have lost both of your original leads by the third season of a series may be considered careless, but on balance it doesn’t seem to have done ‘Doctor Who’ any real harm…

300

By Mark Clapham on 02 April 2007 Comments Off

As macho as drop kicking a tank to the moon, and about as believable, ‘300′ is a beautifully stupid live-action cartoon for adults…