The Omega Factor (1979– )
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Drexil is using his powers to experiment on people, using sensory deprivation. Among his list of targets is Anne.

Director:

Gerald Blake

Writers:

Jack Gerson (creator), Sean Hignett
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Episode cast overview:
James Hazeldine ... Tom Crane
Louise Jameson ... Anne Reynolds
John Carlisle John Carlisle ... Roy Martindale
Brown Derby ... Andrew Scott-Erskine
Cyril Luckham ... Drexel
Bruce Boa ... Masson
Natasha Gerson Natasha Gerson ... Morag
Joanna Tope Joanna Tope ... Julia
David Peate David Peate ... Norton
Keith Bratt Keith Bratt ... Curtis
Charles Jamieson Charles Jamieson ... Shea
Bill Denniston Bill Denniston ... Stationmaster
Ray Jeffries Ray Jeffries ... Steward
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Drexil is using his powers to experiment on people, using sensory deprivation. Among his list of targets is Anne.

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4 July 1979 (UK) See more »

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Edward Drexil: [dying from a gunshot wound] Crane... your wife. Nothing personal, old boy. I just... orders.
[dies]
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A dark look into sensory deprivation.
9 September 2015 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Drexill is using human guinea pigs for his experiments on sensory deprivation. Meanwhile, Anne travels to Paris to the Mayer Institute to take part in a study of sensory deprivation.

I've always thought there is something wonderfully nasty and dark about this episode, the way Drexill uses his powers on the male victim, regressing him, and then on Anne, very dark. The way they manipulate Anne's senses and awareness is also very nasty.

Looks like they invented wireless headphones much earlier then expected.

Cyril Luckham is seriously creepy as Drexill once again, and Bruce Boa is really good as Masson too.

More questions are asked, as Drexill explained that he had someone to answer to also.

This is an excellent episode, one of the best I think, definitely one of the most memorable, 8/10


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