Good New Who Episodes – Diamanda

Whats this? Could it be? Are the legends true? Is Hagan capable of not-hating New Who?!

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Screams from the Netherworld of fandom. Diamanda Hagan, reviews movies and rants about them online.

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I think Daleks fall under the inverse Ninja law (one ninja is an unstoppable killing machine but an army of ninjas is just a bunch of idiots in pajamas easily cut down) because otherwise everything would be fucked.


Midnight is easily the best New Who episode. Most get too silly, but this one is dead serious, and smart to boot.


got a soft spot for impossible planet/satan pit myself

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Oh gods, yes. I agree with almost everything you said here, especially how disappointing it was to find out that Russel T. Davies _can actualy write_ (Midnight!)…soon before his era ended! Dude, if you could do that at any time…why didn’t you? And “Turn Left” is one of my absolute favourites. I love its ominous, mounting bleakenss and the way things almost–gasp!–_logically_ spiral out from the one special going wrong. I also adore Donna AND alternate-timeline stories, so there’s that. And her grandfather is in it a lot. And he’s AWESOME. Eleven’s basically telling the world to murder any Silents… Read more »

I agree with the choices, except for “Midnight” (which is basically Shamylalans “Devil” with the Doctor added – which weirdly doesn’t make it any better, because he acts just as stupid and irrational as the toast-guy in that movie).

I’m a bit surprised “Silence in the Library” didn’t make at least honourable mentions (I think it is way better than Fathers Day), though.