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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/21/17 12:51 pm
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Jago and Litefoot think they've returned home from their last adventure only to discover that while it may look like home, it's not their London at all. Ellie doesn't know them, having never seen the Professor before, and Quick has a somewhat distant professional relationship with Litefoot but doesn't know Jago at all.

Once you get past, the parallel reality part of the story, it becomes a well-done boiler plate episode of Jago and Litefoot with the Chapel of Night taking people who are about to commit suicide off the street and using for their own purposes. It's well done with some suspenseful moments, but just a typical tale for the infernal investigators.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/21/17 12:42 pm
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Jago, Litefoot, and Ellie are all having frighteningly realistic terrifying dreams while a Time Agent stalks London in search of the fate of Magnus Kreel.

The story has some moments reminiscent of other Jago and Litefoot tales. Bizarre dreams have been visited before back in Series 6, but this is a different sort of dream and here the attempts at psychoanalysis of dreams is played for laughs even though there's a measure of truth in it. This series does begin by hearkening back to the original Talons story, which was done in Series 5 but not nearly as effectively as in this episode.

The dreams really contribute to a sense of mystery that keeps you guessing and the solution to the mystery is quite surprising while still managing to be believably understandable for a clever Victorian gentleman to wrap his mind around.
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Reviewed By: komodoReview Date: 5/17/17 12:31 am
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An ambitious story, to say the least, which echoes the complexity of "The Wrong Doctors" using two Jagos and two Litefoots, while tying into the history of "Talons of Weng Chiang" and recent stories like "Butcher of Brisbane" as well as recent J&L characters such as Aubrey and Bannerman.

This is busy and complex, yet it tell the story and has fun along the way.

There is great work from all of the talent involved, especially the writer and director who have taken an ambitious plot and realised it well.
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Reviewed By: biggerontheinsideReview Date: 4/7/17 5:17 pm
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This is a very fitting start for the adventures of the Infernal Investigators. We get a "look" at our villain Doctor Tulp and some character development for Jago, Litefoot and Ellie. All three of them deliver very good performances, especially Christopher Benjamin. His scene at the end is truly poignant
The plot itself is quite average, but it manages just fine.

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