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January 10th, 2010 11 comments

Doctor Who Dreamland DVD

dvd-dreamlandDoctor Who Dreamland

Written by Phil Ford.

Stumbling across a mysterious alien artefact in a local diner, the Doctor is led to Area 51, also known as Dreamland, the US’ most secret base.

He then finds himself on a momentous mission to rescue Rivesh Mantilax from the threat of the ruthless Viperox and the clutches of the American military.

Created in eye-catching high-definition 3-D animation, the series sees the Doctor, played by David Tennant, hook up with two new companions – Cassie (Georgia Moffett) and Jimmy (Tim Howar) – and pits him against a new alien race, the monstrous Viperox, led by Lord Azlok (David Warner).

Cover source Play.com

Doctor Who – Dreamland also comes with –

Doctor Who Greatest Moments
3 x 60 minute retrospective, taking viewers on a journey through time and space to relive action from the legendary sci-fi show from 2005 onwards, featuring exclusive interviews with key actors offering unique insights on the classic moments.

Due for release on 01/02/2010

Episode 1

Dry Springs, Nevada, 1958. The Doctor befriends a young waitress, Cassie, and her friend, Jimmy, at a diner. The Doctor activates an alien artefact and, after finding further signs of alien activity, the US Army intervenes and takes him and his new companions to the mysterious Area 51 in Roswell, where they find out about Operation Fallen Angel. Will Operation leader Colonel Stark succeed in making the curious trio forget what they have just seen?

Episode 2

Seeking refuge in the abandoned town of Solitude, Jimmy stumbles across a disconcerting discovery and the trio encounter Viperox royalty.

Episode 3

The Doctor cannot understand why the Alliance of Shades’ mop-up team are more concerned with the whereabouts of a piece of space flight hardware than the hordes of Viperox pods hidden underground. Things start to fall into place when Jimmy’s grandfather, Night Eagle, introduces the Doctor to Rivesh Mantilax.

Episode 4

Captured by the US Army, Rivesh is finally reunited with his wife, Saruba Velak. Meanwhile, the Doctor discovers the unsettling truth about his real identity.

Episode 5

The Doctor and Saruba have to confront the mysterious alien force in the vault housing her space ship if they are to save her husband and stop Lord Azlok from rousing his sleeping army.

Episode 6

As sunset falls, the Viperox drones start to attack the US Army base. Can the Doctor find a way to halt the seemingly unstoppable aliens in their tracks?


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11 comments

  • booboo

    January 17th, 2010 - 3:56pm

    I wondred if that was the actual cover but its.

    I agree its not very good.

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  • 1

    January 17th, 2010 - 3:54pm

    i wish they would make the viperox drones and lord azlok in figure

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  • gary

    January 17th, 2010 - 3:30pm

    ehat and awful cover. i’m getting it but the cover could be improved in several ways.

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  • McGann is The Doctor.

    January 12th, 2010 - 7:20pm

    “Or Die hard 3, or Alien 3, or Die Hard 4, or Alien Ressurection..or-”
    “Will you please SHUTUP!”

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  • McGann is The Doctor.

    January 12th, 2010 - 7:18pm

    I will get this, Dreamland is a bit iffy at times, but really its a good chance to enjoy some well written entertainment.

    I have sen alot of it but am waiting for DVD.

    “You people have never seen Die Hard, or Alien, or Die Hard 2, or Aliens.”
    “Doc, when are you gonna start talkin sense?”

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  • SJA Fan

    January 11th, 2010 - 10:10am

    That’s not the real cover surely

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  • Zhang

    January 10th, 2010 - 7:27pm

    Bad cover – Good extras.

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  • booboo

    January 10th, 2010 - 3:47pm

    I must admit i was surprised at the cover, play.com have put it up so i assume its correct but it doesn’t look great

    DVD is good value though wit all the extra

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  • Charlie

    January 10th, 2010 - 3:47pm

    yes, not the best cover for a doctor who dvd

    Reply
  • Lee

    January 10th, 2010 - 3:32pm

    Happy about greatest moments but that cover is just plain awful.

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  • Charlie

    January 10th, 2010 - 11:37am

    nice dvd
    and greatest moments is on it too!

    Reply

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