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Reviewed By: GuiannosReview Date: 9/28/18 10:47 pm
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The plot has a steady buildup but is a little sparse. The atmosphere helps make up for it and the end result is a pleasant story that while not instantly forgettable, isn't unforgettable either.
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Reviewed By: JMChurch25Review Date: 3/29/17 4:29 pm
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One of Four's best. Tense atmosphere, great story, and one of the most harrowing endings you will ever hear in a Doctor Who story. It's a grim one and not at all fun but still one of the best.
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 3/24/17 1:41 am
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Fun story, well-written, Stephen Critchlow does a shockingly good Fourth Doctor.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 11/12/16 10:01 pm
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Aiming for the court of Peter the Great, the Doctor miscalculates and the TARDIS ends up in Cold War Russia at a nuclear test site where a strange creature is on the scene that is feared by the men. Throughout most of the run time, the story feels a bit like a Base Under Siege story that just doesn't have the space to find its mometum but the climatic scene back at the center of the test site is beautifully written and evocative as it manages to capture the awesome horror of a nuclear explosion. Well worth a listen for that scene alone.