McGann Blu-Ray Update
Well, my computer was exterminated yesterday. So it has been regenerated into this one. The same but different. 🙂
The UK Blu-ray release of The TV Movie. Could not find it listed in the US though. 😦
The Doctor Who TV movie is heading to Blu-ray, with extensive extras, on Monday the 19th of September…
The Doctor Who TV movie is heading to Blu-ray. An ‘upscaled’ version of Paul McGann’s debut as the eighth Doctor (and Sylvester McCoy’s last on-screen appearance as the seventh one, to date) will be available on Blu-ray disc from Monday the 19th of September, with this extensive list of extras…
DISC 1 EXTRAS
• Commentary #1
From director Geoffrey Sax (recorded 2001)
• Commentary #2
By Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy, moderated by Nicolas Briggs (recorded 2009)
• The Seven Year Hitch
Documenting the return Doctor Who to the screen. Narrated by Amanda Drew.
• The Doctor’s Strange Love
Writers Joe Lidster and Simon Guerrier discuss The TV Movie with comedian Josie Long.
• The Night of the Doctor
The Night of the Doctor was a mini-episode released in 2013 in the run-up to the show’s 50th anniversary special. This marks Paul McGann’s second on-screen appearance as the Eighth Doctor.
• Photo Gallery
• Isolated Score
The option to view The TV Movie with the isolated music soundtrack.
• Music Tracks
Four tracks from the production presented in full: In a Dream, All Dressed Up, Ride into the Moonlight and Auld Lang Syne.
• Production Subtitles
DISC 2 EXTRAS
• Paul McGann Audition
• Electric Press Kit
Used by Fox in 1996, this includes a short documentary and interview segments to allow other broadcasters to put together their own packages about the TV Movie.
• Behind the Scenes
On set and on location in Vancouver, Canada during the filming of The TV Movie.
• Philip Segal’s Tour of the TARDIS
• Alternate Takes
• BBC Trails
• Who Peter 1989-2009
The second part of this documentary, exploring the special relationship between Doctor Who and Blue Peter. Presented by Gethin Jones.
• The Wilderness Years
In the years between the end of the classic series and the broadcast of The TV Movie, Doctor Who survived in print, video and audio, kept alive by fans who were determined not to let it die.
• Stripped for Action – The Eighth Doctor
Looking at the Doctor’s adventures in comic-strip form.
• Tomorrow’s Times – The Eight Doctor
A look back at the contemporary coverage of The TV Movie in newspapers and other publications. Presented by Nicholas Courtney.
• VFX Tests June 1994
Early video effects tests by Amblin Imaging in 1994, featuring the ‘Spider Dalek’ design.
• VFX March 1996
Video effects presented as mute time-coded ‘work in progress’ shots from the CGI department.
Also, this is what the box will look like, with art from Lee Binding…