[BOOKS] ✮ Doctor Who: Something Inside (Big Finish Audio Drama, #83) By Trevor Baxendale – Soaringeaglecasino.us

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[BOOKS] ✮ Doctor Who: Something Inside (Big Finish Audio Drama, #83) By Trevor Baxendale – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Audio CD
  • Doctor Who: Something Inside (Big Finish Audio Drama, #83)
  • Trevor Baxendale
  • English
  • 25 September 2017
  • 9781844351725

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ✮ Doctor Who: Something Inside (Big Finish Audio Drama, #83) By Trevor Baxendale – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    Another amnesia story featuring The Eighth DoctorThere s some good moments during this audio play as The Doctor, Charley and C Rizz are trapped in a psychic prison but unfortunately I found this to be dull and uneventful.The audio itself is quite atmospheric and the cast help sell the Brain Worm.


  2. says:

    Guess who has amnesia again I don t remember.


  3. says:

    Something Inside was a bit of a letdown, mainly due to the fact that I had read one of Trevor Baxendale s Doctor Who Books Fear of the Dark and in comparison this was a total letdown, though I guess you can t expect everything a writer writes to be amazing I mainly felt it was a letdown just due to how bland it was, it was not utterly horrible like Scaredy Cat, just rather boring as 90% of it was just the TARDIS team running around in circles, being chased by a Brain Worm and meeting some Psychic prisoners and their boss and torturer The final episode wa...


  4. says:

    In a period where Big Finish s investment in unique companions seems to be flourishing in every Doctor s run, for some reason their most emblematic line, The Eighth Doctor and Charlie, continues to flounder They seem to have decided that the Fifth Doctor is about historicals, the Sixth about personal crises, the Seventh about creepy horror and the Eighth about high concept logic puzzles But therein lies a problem because, as in this play, the puzzles have to be really well thought out to remain interesting and, pretty much since Zagreus, they grab the germ of a good idea and then don t bother to develop it past that point.This is the worst example of it thus far The Doctor, Charlie and C rizz Oy, do they have NO IDEA what to do with C rizz materialize in a prison for psychically mod...


  5. says:

    The Doctor and his friends get captured in an inescapable place The Doctor loses his memory for some time The bad guys want to use the Doctor s mind for their own nefarious purposes and tortures him by threatening his friends There s a lot of running, crying, and hysterics by his companions and ...


  6. says:

    A very slow moving story with not much really happening but manages to pick up in Part 3 and to conclude with a very well written final episode that is one of the few times I ve felt slightly scared by a Big Finish audio, could of done with it being the same length as Sca...


  7. says:

    This was pretty awful Repetitive, over long, over dramatic, and could have been interesting if it had been cut pretty much in half As it was the very thin plot of the Doctor being tortured for information a brain worm has erased from his mind while his two companions meet a bunch of former military physics in a big cube prison is not enough to merit two audio discs of running and screaming and repeating the same facts over and over Ski...


  8. says:

    Another amnesia story Man, that whole regenerating under anesthetic thing is rough on a Time Lord The brain worm seems like a precursor to the memory worm used on the show, and it s a little bit funny to hear things like, It s the brain worm and take ...


  9. says:

    It s nice and creepy, which I certainly appreciate and there s a bit of psychological tension Always nice But there s a bit too much running down corridors and can we just get off the 8th Doctor having amnesia How theMan doesn t have permanent brain...


  10. says:

    If you believe that the primary point of Doctor Who is to run down corridors a lot, this is quite probably for you There is other stuff that happens, and enough to get it that third star, but, honestly, it s not all that memorable.

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