Zompires, Nicholas Parsons, and the most awkward seduction in Classic Doctor Who
Alan Turing really should have made a mad dash for the patent office, because World War 2 is coming to an end and some dude named Judson has ripped off the Enigma with his Ultima machine and is using it to not only decode enemy cyphers, but translate ancient norse inscriptions. The chap in charge, Commander Millington, has an obsession with the local norse legend of Fenric which he believes will ultimately win them the war, and happily endorses Judson’s experiments.
In a plotline that hasn’t aged badly at all, meanwhile, some Russian army chaps led by a heroic and hunky Soviet charmer with perfect faith in his country’s ideology, have arrived to steal the Ultima machine and are evidently going to be our best hope for peace in act 3. Millington and Judson are about to Necronomicon the sh*t out of Fenric, however, and soon this ancient evil will be free to unleash an army of haemovores and transform a pair of local women into vampire sirens. Also, Doc and Ace arrive just in time for Ace to meet her mum, seduce a couple of GIs, and learn she’s been a pawn in Fenric’s game since the start.
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