Dæmos Rising


Dæmos Rising
Dæmos Rising
DAEMOS RISING DVD.jpg
Cover of the DVD release
Production
Writer David J. Howe
Director Keith Barnfather
Producer Keith Barnfather
Length 1 episode, 53 mins.
Originally broadcast 14 March 2004 (release date)
Chronology
← Preceded by Followed by →
Downtime

Dæmos Rising is a direct-to-DVD spin-off of the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was released direct-to-video and produced by the independent production company Reeltime Pictures. It is a sequel to the Third Doctor serial The Dæmons and the 1995 Reeltime video Downtime and is also a tie-in to Telos Publishing's Time Hunter range of books, another Doctor Who spin-off.

Contents

Synopsis

Kate Lethbridge-Stewart responds to a message from ex-UNIT operative Douglas Cavendish to investigate a haunting.

Arriving at Cavendish's isolated cottage, she faces a demonic power her father had previously battled. Summoned by a future tyranny, a Dæmon is set to return to Earth. It is up to Kate and Cavendish to save the planet and its future.

Cast

  • Kate Lethbridge-Stewart - Beverley Cressman
  • Douglas Cavendish - Miles Richardson
  • The Ghost - Andrew Wisher
  • Time Sensitive - Amanda Evans
  • Priests - Andy Delafield, Christian James, Stefano Rossini, Bevis Taylor
  • Dæmon voice - Alistair Lock
  • Narrator - Ian Richardson

Soundtrack release

Dæmos Rising - The Music
Soundtrack album by Alistair Lock
Released 14 March 2004
Genre Soundtrack
Length 37 min.
Label Reeltime Pictures

Music from this video composed by Alistair Lock was released on CD by Reeltime in March 2004.[1]

Track listing

  1. Prologue
  2. Into The Woods
  3. The Statue
  4. The Only One
  5. The Book
  6. Incantation
  7. Manifestation
  8. Under The Stairs
  9. Ghost Story
  10. Seduction
  11. The Daemon
  12. Broken Vessel
  13. Epilogue

See also

Other creator-authorised Doctor Who spin-offs include:

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