Tag: stevenmoffat

New DRACULA Teaser Assures: 'You're Doing Very Well'

What? Yet another version of the famed blood-sucking vampire? Before you yawn, watch this teaser for the upcoming Dracula from BBC. Running less than 60 seconds, the teaser includes all the basic points that horror fans demand (blood, bloody teeth,...

Destroy All Monsters: DOCTOR WHO Is A Hell Of A Bird

Spoilers for series 9 of Doctor Who. Tension has been building between stories and truth throughout Steven Moffat's tenure as showrunner on Doctor Who. A nod here, a theme there; I've previously confessed my fondness for the Eleventh Doctor story...

Review: DOCTOR WHO S8E12, DEATH IN HEAVEN (Or, Maniacal Missy And Her Cybermen)

While last week's "Dark Water" was patient and tense in ways Doctor Who rarely is, this finale reverts to the mode of rushing around while nothing that happens makes any sense. It has more than a few moments of brilliance, but...

Review: DOCTOR WHO S8E04, LISTEN (Or, The Doctor Has A Question, Clara Has A Date, Both Go To The End Of The Universe)

"Listen" is Doctor Who at its best. And its scariest. The show hasn't been this terrifying in a while, and Steven Moffat's episode manages to have a bit of everything you could possibly want. It's gripping, funny and tense, providing...

It's Official! Ben Wheatley To Direct Two Episodes Of DOCTOR WHO!

Our love for British director Ben Wheatley knows no bounds. We have been massive fans of his since Down Terrace and have followed him diligently through Kill List, Sightseers and A Field In England. And now the director has given...

Peter Capaldi Is The 12th Doctor

Never has so much fuss and/or excitement been made -- either somewhat orchestrated by network execs or indeed genuinely from fans -- over the arrival of a new actor in the role of the Doctor on BBC's wildly popular Doctor...

Review: DOCTOR WHO S7E14, THE NAME OF THE DOCTOR (Or, Things Get Dark And Interesting In An Excellent Finale)

Steven Moffat has made a great number of promises throughout the seventh series of Doctor Who. I was unsure whether he'd really be able to write a satisfying answer to the mystery of Clara but "The Name of the Doctor"...