Doctor Who: Season 24 Reviews

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Often hailed as one of the worst series of Classic Doctor Who, Season 24, released in 1987, is the latest set of episodes released as part of Doctor Who: The Collection. As such, I'll be going through the four episodes that comprise this most controversial of seasons (for the first time!), and reviewing them here. … Continue reading Doctor Who: Season 24 Reviews

THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Zagreus

Guest contributor Kieran Brennan tackles the epic, and controversial, fortieth anniversary special: Zagreus! Spoiler warning for all of the Eighth Doctor’s monthly adventures up until this point, most notably Neverland for which I’ll be dropping major spoilers. Also worth noting this is the type of story one might want to know as little about as … Continue reading THE EIGHTH DOCTOR REVISITED | Zagreus

REVIEW | Doctor Who: The End of the Beginning

It's the end... but the moment has been prepared for. After twenty-one years, four doctors, countless companions and monsters, and 275 releases, it's time for the Doctor Who Monthly Adventures to come to a close. But, as the title of this final story suggests, this isn't really the end... just The End of the Beginning. … Continue reading REVIEW | Doctor Who: The End of the Beginning

RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Dust Breeding

Guest contributor Lincoln Wilson handles this week's Retro Review. Read on for his thoughts! So, the time of reckoning is at hand. After (almost) 275 monthly releases, stretching way back to July 1999 and the release of very first story (The Sirens of Time) of Big Finish’s flagship Doctor Who audio range, the end is … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW | Doctor Who: Dust Breeding

SPOILER-FREE PREVIEW | Doctor Who : Dark Dimension (Part 1)

Coming soon: an audio drama adaptation of the shelved Doctor Who 30th anniversary special The Dark Dimension. Starting January 23rd 2020, Pharos Features’ Doctor Who: Dark Dimension will reimagine the unmade story almost 30 years after its demise. We at Who Review have been lucky enough to have been given the first episode of Dark Dimension to preview. Given that … Continue reading SPOILER-FREE PREVIEW | Doctor Who : Dark Dimension (Part 1)

REVIEW: Doctor Who – The Grey Man of the Mountain

What better story for Christmas time than an adventure set on a snowy mountain featuring terrifying abominable snowmen? The Seventh Doctor and Ace return in The Grey Man of the Mountain by Lizbeth Myles: December's second Doctor Who Monthly Range release, which also sees them cross paths with their old friend Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart! But is … Continue reading REVIEW: Doctor Who – The Grey Man of the Mountain

CAPSULE RETRO REVIEW: The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield – Volume 1

Starting today, I'll be doing weekly capsule reviews of some older Big Finish releases, shedding light on forgotten gems and universally-acknowledged classics alike. This week's capsule review is of The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield: Volume 1, the first in a series of new boxsets for the Doctor's faithful companion Benny. Released in 2014, this … Continue reading CAPSULE RETRO REVIEW: The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield – Volume 1

Doctor Who: The Legacy of Time Review (Part Two)

To celebrate 20 years of producing Doctor Who audio drama, Big Finish have released The Legacy of Time, an epic six-part adventure uniting all corners of the Doctor Who universe. Read on to see my thoughts on the final three stories in this incredible set. You can read my thoughts on the first half of … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Legacy of Time Review (Part Two)

Doctor Who: The Legacy of Time Review (Part One)

To celebrate 20 years of producing Doctor Who audio drama, Big Finish have released The Legacy of Time, an epic six-part adventure uniting all corners of the Doctor Who universe. Read on to see my thoughts on the first three stories in this incredible set. 1. "Lies in Ruins" by James Goss The Legacy of … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Legacy of Time Review (Part One)

RETRO REVIEW: “Lurkers at Sunlight’s Edge”

The Retro Reviews series reaches its end with this final review. Will "Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge" be able to continue the extremely high standard set by "A Death in the Family"? Or will it fall flat? Read on to find out! Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge is an interesting story in many respects. It's decidedly Lovecraftian, … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW: “Lurkers at Sunlight’s Edge”