Night Terrors Tidbits
We’ve complied some more episode tidbits for Night Terrors from this week’s TV listings magazines. They are fairly spoiler-free this week.
- Eerie noises seem to be coming from inside George’s bedroom cupboard
- The TARDIS crash-lands on a council estate, after hearing a distress call
- The TARDIS trio go door-to-door to find the source of the call
- The Doctor arrives at George’s house and meets Alex, who tells him about the cupboard, which George is too afraid to open
- Amy and Rory are separated and get into a lift and then it malfunctions…
- …They end up in a dolls house, where the Peg Dolls are in charge
- The Doctor opens George’s cupboard and he and Alex are also sucked into the doll’s house
- George is the only one who can save them, but only if he opens the cupboard
- The Peg Dolls giggle and have powers of transformation
SFX has also posted 20 preview teasers for the episode:
- It’s 99.9% arc plot free
- It’s a small-scale, intimate, claustrophobic episode. The main stars are the shadows
- It’s a very simple tale. Perhaps too simple for some tastes. There’s little in the actual plot that hasn’t been done in telefantasy before a number of times before
- On the other hand it’s rich in atmosphere, and the monsters are freaky
- It has the best use of sound design in the show since “Midnight”
- The Doctor does something he hasn’t done in a while
- There’s a twin dilemma
- Amy’s hair makes her easy to spot
- The Doctor has a post-modern rebuttal for his real world critics
- The biscuit agenda is back!
- Somebody gets floored
- There’s a genuinely creepy transformation
- Somebody can’t plump for Brian like he normally does
- The show does something it was criticised for back in 1964… and does it big time
- Listen carefully at the end
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