Daleks Invasion Earth 2150AD: Blu Ray Review
Released by Vendetta Films
Peter Cushing, the forgotten Doctor Who, stars in this 1960s colour film, transferring to Blu Ray for the first time.
In a remake of a very famous William Hartnell serial, the Daleks (in their full technicolour awfulness) are trying to mine the Earth's core to take over the planet - and also the solar system by driving the planet around (stick with it, it was the 1960s)
But on hand to stop them is the Doctor...
Daleks Invasion Earth 2150AD is a bright technicolour film that zips along with pace and impressiveness. If you're a Whovian, you'll know what to expect from the film, but Cushing brings a level of eccentricity and dottiness that's similarly in keeping with Hartnell's turn as the Doctor but yet somehow manages to eek his own mark on the long running Time Lord role.
Also included is the great Dalekmania doco, a nice 58 min piece, that's a solid extra and a nice addition to this package.
Extras: Dalekmania Doco, Interview, trailer