Review: Doctor Who 6.10: The Girl Who Waited

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers ahead]

Written by: Tom MacRae

Recap: The Doctor is bringing Rory and Amy to the planet Apalapucia, which was voted #2 planet in the top 10 greatest destinations for the Intergalactic Traveler. When Rory asks why they aren’t going to the #1 planet, the Doctor tells him it’s hideous, basically a tourist trap.

However, when they step out, expecting to look upon a beautiful world, all they find are doors and a sterile white room. …

Heather S. VinaReview: Doctor Who 6.10: The Girl Who Waited

TV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/21/11

This week, we have spoilers for Doctor Who, Once Upon a Time and Supernatural. Also, don’t forget to check out Supernatural Fridays and our new Gothic horror anthology, Candle in the Attic Window:

Doctor Who (Saturday nights, 9pm, BBC America)
By Heather S. Vina

CultBox has 10 “teasers” up for the next episode, “Closing Time”. They also have promo pics up for the episode.

The BBC released the synopsis for this episode, as well:

“In …

IFPTV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/21/11

Review: Doctor Who 6.09: Night Terrors

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers ahead]

Written by: Mark Gatiss

Recap: On a council estate in London, an old woman named ‘Mrs. Rossiter’ (Leila Hoffman) is going on the lift and bringing home her grocery cart. A young mother named Claire (Emma Cunniffe) is putting her little boy (Jamie Oram) to bed – or trying to, anyways. He’s very scared of the sound of the lift and scared in general of the “monsters” in the room. Claire flips on and …

Heather S. VinaReview: Doctor Who 6.09: Night Terrors

TV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/14/11

This week, we have spoilers for Doctor Who and Supernatural. Also, don’t forget to check out Supernatural Fridays and our pre-sale for our upcoming Gothic horror anthology, Candle in the Attic Window. You can get it for 20% off, until it comes out on September 20, and it helps us afford our monthly tributes to Azathoth:

Doctor Who (Saturday nights, 9pm, BBC America)
By Heather S. Vina

A little light on the spoilers this week. SpoilerTV did post …

IFPTV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/14/11

TV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/7/11

This week, we have spoilers for Torchwood, Doctor Who and Supernatural:

Torchwood (Friday nights, 10pm, Starz)
By Heather S. Vina

This is it! This Friday will be the final episode of Torchwood’s Miracle Day season. Hopefully, they will satisfactorily wrap everything up and we will finally get some answers regarding the who, the what, and the why of Miracle Day!

There are several previews up on Youtube. There’s this version, which is a much shorter version of …

IFPTV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 9/7/11

Review: Doctor Who 6.08: Let’s Kill Hitler

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers ahead]

Written by: Steven Moffat

Recap: The “previouslies” involve the story of Amy’s pregnancy, what the baby is, and what she is being used for: to kill the Doctor. It also brings up that a future Doctor was killed in front of Amy, Rory and River, as well as the reveal that River is the child of Amy and Rory.

Despite having left on a cliffhanger last episode, this one picks up several months later. …

Heather S. VinaReview: Doctor Who 6.08: Let’s Kill Hitler

TV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 8/31/11

This week, we have spoilers for upcoming show Once Upon a Time (which we will start reviewing this fall), Torchwood, Doctor Who, and Supernatural:

Torchwood (Friday nights, 10pm, Starz)
By Heather S. Vina

Torchwood only has a few episodes left! It was better this week, but I’m glad it’s finally wrapping the story up.

Starz has a preview for the next episode, “The Gathering”, on their YouTube channel. The original preview they had out didn’t show anything …

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TV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 8/24/11

This week, we have spoilers for upcoming show Once Upon a Time (which we will start reviewing this fall), and returning veterans Doctor Who and Supernatural. We’ll also start reviewing Doctor Who again when it comes back from hiatus on August 27:

Doctor Who (Saturday nights, 9pm, BBC America)
By Heather S. Vina

Doctor Who is back this weekend, yay! Back on Saturday, August 27, with the episode “Let’s Kill Hitler”, it will run for another 6 episodes before …

IFPTV Spoilers & Speculation Corner: 8/24/11

Report from Comic-Con 2011, Part 2

By Heather S. Vina

Today, we continue my Comic Con 2011 report with the second half, which includes the Supernatural and Doctor Who panels, as well as a few others!

Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD for Supernatural, Once Upon A Time, Nikita, The Secret Circle, Doctor Who, Glee, Person of Interest, and Mythbusters.

Saturday

“2:00-3:00 Spotlight on Garth Ennis: Crossed, Stitched, and Beyond – Superstar writer and Comic-Con special guest Garth Ennis …

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Review: Doctor Who 6.04: The Doctor’s Wife

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers through 6.07]

Written by: Neil Gaiman

Recap: The episode opens with Uncle (Adrian Schiller), Auntie (Elizabeth Berrington), and an Ood called “Nephew” (Paul Kasey), escorting Idris (Suranne Jones) to a grate in the ground, where she’s told that her memories and soul are going to be sucked out of her by Nephew and replaced, and that it will be really painful. Um, yay? A Time Lord is coming.

On the TARDIS, Rory is rolling his …

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Review: Doctor Who 6.03: The Curse of the Black Spot

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers up through 6.07]

Written By: Stephen Thompson

Recap: The episode opens on 17th-century Earth, on a pirate ship. The crew report back to the Captain (Hugh Bonneville) that one of the men has been injured – a cut on his hand – and that they aren’t sure if he will survive. Considering he’s walking, he seems like he’s in good health so far. In fact, the cut on his finger is small, just a bit …

Heather S. VinaReview: Doctor Who 6.03: The Curse of the Black Spot

Review: Doctor Who 6.02: Day of the Moon

By Heather S. Vina

[spoilers through 6.07]

Written By: Steven Moffat

Previously: The Doctor arranged for Amy, Rory and River to meet him in present-day America – Utah, to be exact – only for them to end up witnessing his death at the hands of a mysterious astronaut. Only, it turns out that the Doctor they saw killed was an older version of himself, and the younger version is still alive and has no idea it happened. The gang follows …

Heather S. VinaReview: Doctor Who 6.02: Day of the Moon