5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Best in the new series,
By A Customer
This review is from: Doctor Who: Series 1 - Volume 2 [DVD]  (DVD)
This is a fantastic DVD, I seriously recommend you watch it. It features:
-Aliens of London, the first in a 2 part story, sees a giant spaceship crash into the river Thames, which is linked to emmisions from the North sea, fat government officials, and the mysterious dissappearence of the president. The Doctor is summoned to a meeting, and some deadly encounters. Rose meets Harriet Jones, hwo is in shock over witnessing a horrific(off screen,)death. Jackie(, Roses mum,)ends under attack in her flat, by a policeman, Rose ends cornered in the cabinet room, and the Doctor ends in shock, literally! The slowest moving episode on the DVD, but still brilliant.
-World war 3:Discovers the murderous,not to mention greedy, Slitheen family chasing the doctor and co. into the cabinet room, in which he ,Rose and Harriet Jones make some shocking discoveries about the Slitheens intentions.
Jackie is rescued by Mickie, and the both of them are under attack by a policemans inner self. The doctor needs to find a way to destroy the Slitheen, before the hwole world slips into neuclear madness. Also includes a spectacular end, where 10 Downing street is blown up, and some amazing special effects. Fast paced and one of the best in the new series.
-Dalek:shows The Doctor and Rose headed to Utah, 2016, in which the doctor discovers one of his old foes, a Dalek, who escapes it's underground prison and causes mayhem in an underground building. The Doctor gets very emotional, in a mad-figth-it way, and becomes violent and merciless towards the Dalek, wheras Rose becomes rather compassionate, as it is mutating 'cause it absorbed her DNA, and even stops the Doctor from killing it. The times when the dalek is "EXTERMINATING" the people is really well done, and is probably the best in the series.
You'll love this DVD, the special effents are brilliant and so are the stories. Buy it, you will not be dissapointed.