Another of the BFI July film releases coming to blu-ray is horror, The Appointment (1982) from writer/director Lindsey C. Vickers.
The Appointment Blu-ray – BFI
Bizarrely the BFI are claiming this new release to be “Presented on Blu-ray in Standard Definition”. Why release it on blu-ray in standard definition? Where is the high definition version?
I don’t think the BFI should be releasing this on blu-ray if it isn’t a 1080p resolution release.
The BFI has released a clip of The Appointment on YouTube in 1080p so you can make up your own minds. I’ve added it at the bottom of the page.
- Presented on Blu-ray in Standard Definition (Limited to 4,000 copies)
- Newly Recorded Audio Commentary by Director Lindsey Vickers
- Vickers on Vickers (2021, 41 mins)
- Another Outing (2021, 16 mins): Jane Merrow recalls co-starring in The Appointment
- Appointments Shared (2022, 7 mins): Lindsey & Jan Vickers remember the making of the ‘haunted film’
- Framing The Appointment (2022, 19 mins) Lindsey Vickers recalls making the film
- Remembering The Appointment (2022, 10 mins): Assistant Director Gregory Dark shares his recollections of the film
- The Lake (1978, 33 mins): Lindsey Vickers’ Eerie Short
- Newly Recorded Audio Commentary on The Lake by Lindsey Vickers
- Splashing Around (2020, 18 mins) Actor Julie Peasgood on making The Lake
- Galleries Featuring Annotated Scripts, Storyboards, Images & Production Materials
- Newly Commissioned Sleeve Art by Matt Needle
- Illustrated Booklet (FIRST PRESSING ONLY)
You can pre-order now on blu-ray from Amazon for £16.99 (Prices correct as of 05.07.22).
The Appointment Blu-ray releases on 11th July 2022 in the UK.
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Let Us Know What You Think
Have you seen this film? What do make of the BFI essentially releasing a DVD (Standard Definition) on blu-ray and charging between £14 .99 -£17.00?
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