The William Hartnell Doctor and Vicki manage to escape from an attack by space pirates. But Steven is still a prisoner…and so is the Tardis.
Amy Jennings-Cunningham and a no longer possessed David Collins (if you’re confused, see the events of last year’s Bloodlust) are accosted by a strange man demanding to know what they’ve done with his wife.
But an eerie chant banishes the man before their very eyes, and an old acquaintance returns from the dark and distant past…
“In the United States of America, thanks to Constitutional guarantees of complete religious freedom, the old established churches prosper tax free…
Also the self-appointed messengers of God, now dominating TV.”
You might think that yet another Troma acquisition, marked by intermittently recurring haze, light flicker and grain issues might get something of a bemused dismissal, particularly in light of the usual crispness and quality Vinegar Syndrome gives to their hardcore obscurities.
But you’d then need to have been unfamiliar with this selfsame film’s prior DVD iteration.