TV After the shock emergence of a blu-ray edition of Doctor Who's The TV Movie we awaited news of the which special features would be included.
Now the official merchandising website has obliged and well, yeah.
With the exception of the welcome inclusion of Night of the Doctor for completionist sake, they're exactly the same as the special edition dvd release from 2009.
Plus it is an upscaled version of the programme itself rather than some newly prepared version.
It's pretty inessential if you already own these things.
Still buying it.
What's the strategy here?
The release of Spearhead from Space made sense because it was originally filmed on 16mm and so there was the potential to create an HD master.
But everything else in the classic series is either on videotape or has some scenes on film which have been restored and inserted in the past.
If this sells (and given the fact that it's simply replicating the earlier release) will we be seeing more of these older stories with upscaled video and film material reinserted at a higher imagine quality?
Won't that jar even further?
Will we all want to replace our dvd collections with such a thing?