Well after eight months it has finally arrived the first episode featuring Peter Capaldi as The Doctor! This marks the first Peter Capaldi story written by Steven Moffat. I will be honest this episode was so different than what I have been used to that it took time to adjust to, but I like what I have seen so far. The Doctor is not the only change in this episode, the format and the tone change as well. The show seems to be returning to its roots i.e. Classic Who, which is a very good thing. When watching Deep Breath, it felt at times like a horror film, it was very creepy and unsettling and I actually felt a sense of urgency in the episode as well.
Supernatural will be achieving a milestone this year. On October 7th, 2014, Supernatural will start it’s tenth season, since it premiered in 2005. Seeing as we are now less than two months away from the new season, I thought I would give my thoughts and review of the ninth season of Supernatural. Now I will be the first to admit that the show has been on too long and I hope that it ends either this year or next year in 2015.
Guardians of The Galaxy is Marvel Studios’ final film of Phase II before The Avengers: Age of Ultron hits our screens next May. I had a chance to see Guardians last night and I wanted to give my review as well as my overall impressions of the film.