Vacancy Blu-ray Review

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Vacancy is a film that dares to be different. Paying homage to Hitchcock, the film takes a well worn premise and weaves it into a tense, taut, thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat. The use of a couple of nonsensical plot points in the third act does rather detract from the overall experience, but it is a film that deserves kudos for trying to do things slightly differently.

The disc presents an excellent transfer, and a solid sound mix that is unspectacular but serves the film reasonably well. A decent documentary is the highlight of the extras package, but a Director’s Commentary would not have gone amiss.

Certainly, this is a flawed piece of work – but it comes recommended nonetheless.
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