Doctor Who - The Talons of Weng-Chiang 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The Doctor brings Leela to Victorian London to meet her ancestors (though Agincourt might have been more her style). The TARDIS materializes in the darkest heart of the city, where life - and death - is anything but dull. A hapless cabbie is slain by agents of a secret Chinese cult. Young women are disappearing at an alarming rate, and Li H’sen Chang, the Palace Theatre’s celebrated magician, may know more about that than he admits. Li H’sen’s ventriloquist dummy, Mr. Sin, appears to have a life of its own, and the rat problem in the sewers is bigger than anyone can imagine.
Audio Commentary:Commentary by producer Philip Hinchcliffe, director David Maloney and actors Louise Jameson, John Bennett and Christopher Benjamin
Documentary:Whose Doctor Who - 59-minute documentary presented by Melvyn Bragg
Interviews:Philip Hinchcliffe interview (Pebble Mill, 1977)
Other:Blue Peter: Make Your Own Doctor Who Theatre; Behind the Scenes - 24 minutes of raw footage; Howard Da Silva intros/teases; TARDIS-Cam No. 6
Theatrical Trailer:Trailers and continuity announcements