New Who likes to do emotion and this time I thought it did well.
Here are some of your thoughts...
I honestly thought it was a load of sentimental claptrap. I really didn't find myself enjoying it at all. I don't really know why it just didn't gel at all. The aged Amy was good but that's the best thing I have to say about it.
After two viewings I can now say I enjoyed The Rebel Flesh! I seemed to have missed several key points the first time around, as for me the story seemed to flit around a lot and the one-line explanations were easily missed. The eeriness of the setting was great though and the conclusion has set up a second part of action as the Humans and the Flesh go to War…
The end of April saw the release of three new BBC Books continuing the adventures of the Doctor, Amy and Rory. These are The Dead of Winter by James Goss, The Way Through the Woods by Una McCormack and Hunter’s Moon by Paul Finch.
Hmmm... I'm undecided on this one so far, I'm thinking good not brilliant but with a real dip in the middle.
Here though is what you thought...
Another good episode. I loved the fact that the Doctor didn’t arrive all
knowing, but gradually worked things out as he went along. The concept of the
2 ships occupying the same space in alternate dimensions was fun too. Also