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New to DVD! Digitally remastered Doctor Who classic Frontios! An irresistible force draws the TARDIS to the barren surface of Frontios, where in the far future the last surviving humans cower amongst the ruins of their wrecked spacecraft. Under constant threat from lethal meteorite bombardments, few of the doomed colony members realize that the ground of Frontios itself opens up and devours the unwary. Not permitted to assist, the Doctor attempts to leave, but is thwarted when the unimaginable occurs: the TARDIS is utterly destroyed.
All the while, burrowing undetected below the planet’s crust, sickening alien parasites prepare a gruesome and final fate for all humanity.
The Collection is growing!!!!! Thank you for having this awesome story!Published 2 months ago by VictorSlim3D
Oh no, the Tardis has been destroyed! At least that's what the trailer promises. Unfortunately, you the viewer know enough by the time the Doctor says this to know what is really... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Burke
This story is stunning in that everything seems to be so much better. This TARDIS crew, written and acted as they are here are very entertaining in a way they haven't been for most... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Adam Graham, Superhero and Detective Fiction Author
Buy this for the TARDIS falling apart with pieces strewn around everywhere. Watch it over and over for the scene where the Tractator (bug creature) slowly falls down with its... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Zanriel
my son is a Whovian! He loves these and this episode as well!Published 8 months ago by Clinton Douglas
An excellent Dr Who episode with four parts at 24 minutes each, good story line and well acted by Peter Davidson!Published 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
This episode kept me on my toes with unexpected twists and turns. I recommend it highly. Good solid acting and overall good story with of course intrigue, suspense and the good... Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by Leslie Hubert