Disco Werewolves, Venusian Karate and yet another Drill-to-The-Centre-of-the-Earth spiel.
Okay, so these chaps are drilling to the centre of the Earth to reveal a potent, energy-producing gas. Alas, in drilling down, the scientists inadvertently release an inexplicably devolving ooze that turns ordinary people into murderous cuddle monsters.
In his attempts to prevent ‘Krakatoa squared’, the Doctor accidentally sends himself to a parallel universe, where things are the same, but not.
Now Doc needs to find a way home and prevent the end of his world before it’s too late.
Needless to say, this is a lot to take in. With two-to-Three separate stories interwoven with drama unfolding in two mirror universes, we loved, and were perplexed by, this Classic Doctor Who serial. Listen to our review of it now!
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