28 April 2011

DWO have seen 6.2: Day of the Moon and have put our spoiler-free preview together:

It's been 7 days and the nail biting can finally end as the resolution to last week's cliffhanger is finally here…

6.2: Day of the Moon, doesn't immediately pick up from where last week left off, however. The final moments of the previous story are revisited in a fragmented form which feels more like a stylistic resolution than what we have come to accept from traditional cliffhangers.

We're also treated to one of the longest pre-title sequences in the show's history - over 6 and a half minutes in total!

As with our previous preview, it's an incredibly difficult episode to describe without giving too much away, but we can tell you that it's set 3 months after the events in The Impossible Astronaut, there's another prison with The Doctor's name on it and there are more shocks here than the previous episode.

Day of the Moon actually feels a little more complex than The Impossible Astronaut, even with a couple of answers to some niggling questions (no, not THAT question…yet) - your brain will literally hurt after the 45 minutes are up.

Moffat displays once more just how talented he is on every level, delivering a story that takes the show to new exciting levels and possibilities.

But the cherry on this proverbial cake of an episode comes in the final minute - in a scene that will have you screaming through your television set in a way that makes Maureen Lipman's portrayal of 'The Wire' look diluted.

May the nail biting begin…AGAIN!

Rating: 8/10

Five things to look out for...

1) Rory's addiction to a little red light.

2) A certain picture in a frame.

3) 2 body bags filled with people The Doctor cares about.

4) River makes a splash!

5) Video Phone.

[Source: Doctor Who Online]

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