9/13; series four. Forest of the Dead
The Doctor forges an unlikely alliance as he faces up to revelations about his past and his future. See choice, p64. Shown on Saturday, 7pm BBCI
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Dark man: page 10 www.radiotimes.com/doctor-who-weekly
Nightmarish road movie thriller starring Steve Zahn and Paul Walker. Everything seems rosy for college student Lewis Thomas when he sets out to drive across country with his friend, Venna. However, after bailing his estranged brother out of jail, Lewis's fortunes take a disastrous turn when a practical joke incurs the wrath of a psychopathic trucker. Review page 58.
Director John Dahl (2001,15)
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