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Dr Matthew Sweet | Dr. Matthew Sweet
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I think it's my favourite kind of storytelling as far as Doctor Who
(1963) is concerned. It's certainly what makes Doctor Who
(1963) richer and more watchable than some of its historical rivals. Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons: Episode One
(1971) has killer gonks and a brilliantly nasty visual gag about a dead body inside a lunchbox. UFO
(1969) has people in collarless shirts and suits standing ...
He has worked as a columnist for The Big Issue and a film critic for The Independent on Sunday.