One point that the script doesn’t make sufficiently clear—at least, it confused me on first viewing—is that the initial Time Lord scenes take place before the three pieces of narration in Part One.
With “The End of Time,” the Doctor Who careers of two giants of the show—star David Tennant and head writer and executive producer Russell T Davies—reach their conclusion.
After more or less trashing “Voyage of the Damned” last week, it’d be all too easy to start a trend by picking apart Season Four’s first proper episode.
The annual Christmas specials are appetizers dished up to satiate diners between the seasonal main courses.
With a very strong cast and sharp dialogue by Anthony Shaffer, Frenzy is easily the strongest of the master’s final works.
Family Plot may be Hitchcock's official swan song, but the nasty, nasty Frenzy is the real last hurrah.