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Doctor Who: Paradise Towers

Doctor Who: Paradise Towers

Regular Price: $23.98

Special Price $11.99

Exterminate! Exterminate! This LCD Doctor Who Dalek Whizz Watch features an infrared signal which controls the miniature Remote Control Dalek.

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Exterminate! Exterminate! This LCD Doctor Who Dalek Whizz Watch features an infrared signal which controls the miniature Remote Control Dalek.

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Synopsis: According to the sales brochure, Paradise Towers is a utopian blueprint for community living, with its fabulous architecture and state-of-the-art facilities. The perfect place for Mel to take a leisurely swim, in fact. But when the TARDIS arrives, the Doctor and his companion discover that the futuristic tower block has fallen into ruin, and a series of unexplained disappearances have the tenants living in fear. As gangs of teenage girls run wild in the hallways, a squad of bureaucratic Caretakers struggle to regain control. To keep the citizens of Paradise Towers safe, the Doctor must confront the resident evil lurking in the basement.

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Format: DVD
Brand: Doctor Who
Genre: Science Fiction
Run Time: About 1 2/3 Hours
Region: Region 1
Character: Seventh Doctor
Special Features: Doctor Who
UPC Code : 883929172313
ISBN: 883929172313
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Paradise Towers is an excellent
Paradise Towers is an excellent episode. It is still timely, posing eternal questions about how we choose to live, and how we manage to survive. Highly recommended.
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Review by Patricia H. (Posted on 5/28/2016)
Always been one of my
Always been one of my favourite story arcs!
Red Kangs! Red Kangs! Red Kangs, are the best!
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Review by Sean M. (Posted on 1/24/2016)
This is a somewhat infamous
This is a somewhat infamous story from the seventh Doctor era, but it is not as bad as it is made out to be. It has actually aged pretty well. The depictions of alien youth as allegory for disaffected youth of the 1980's in council estates are at times a bit contrived, but the allegory itself stands up pretty well. More than most studio bound Doctor Who serials, this one does have a claustrophobic feeling to it, which I don't believe was entirely intentional. All in all though Paradise Towers is a good story, not great, and not horrible, but good. It is a story that strives for greatness, depth, and symbolism. It does not get there, but in the striving overcomes some of its flaws to reach something worth watching.
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Review by Michael C. (Posted on 9/7/2014)

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