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141. Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge

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Reviewed By: YorickReview Date: 2/7/17 9:42 pm
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I really liked the idea behind this story and thought the regulars were on top form. However I have to knock points off for Michael Brandon's truly woeful performance. Perhaps one of the very worst of all Big Finishes output. Shame as it really drakes the story down
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Reviewed By: jdhall1971Review Date: 5/25/15 6:18 am
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Doesn't maintain the excellence of what has gone before. The Lovecraft part is cranked up too high and the story doesn't make sense in places, even after several listens. I'm afraid to say that I got bored and didn't care what happened...
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 2/26/15 9:27 pm
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Lurkers is a novel story, but has reminders to myself of a couple of other Who stories that are based around Arctic/Alaskan or general merriment, and to be fair the quality of the acting outweighs the story here. It isn't bad far from it, it just this is one of those stories that you if you listen to the first twenty minutes and you are a Who fan you are going to peace together the crux of what is going on here fairly quickly. In saying that you might think that l didn't enjoy this, far from it, what really gives the story gravitas is the depth and quality of the acting within. We have not only McCoy on form and Sophie Aldred but Micheal Brandon is guesting in this episode, I do like the characterisation of the main alien in this, which Micheal nails to a tee, ranging from calm, thoughtful word-smith to manic distressed alien who is tortured by the imposed prison that he is living in. There are quite a lot of symbolic references in this, in relation to the alien not wanting to be in the situation he finds itself and the tale of the Doctor who the way that Mccoy plays him also is a tortued soul mainly by his past actions.
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Reviewed By: GcookscotlandReview Date: 5/28/13 10:32 pm
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The Doctor, Ace and Hex arrive on a snow island. Hex is forced to join a expedition and Ace befriends a helper in the mental ward. Good story!