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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE
    *
    "Fast Company" (1979) (92:53)
    Audio commentary with co-writer/director David Cronenberg
    "Inside the Character Actor's Studio: Interviews with actors William Smith and John Saxon" featurette (10:48)
    "Shooting Cronenberg: Interview with director of photography Mark Irwin" featurette (13:35)
    Poster & still gallery
    Actress Claudia Jennings biography
    Theatrical trailer (1:03)

    DISC TWO
    Two student films by David Cronenberg:
    - "Stereo" (1969) (62:41)
    - "Crimes of the Future" (1970) (62:36)
    2nd poster & still gallery
    Biography of co-writer/director David Cronenberg
  • Subtitles:
    None
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.66:1
  • Picture Format:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    NTSC
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 2.0 dual mono
  • Case type:
    Keep Case

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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE
    *
    "Fast Company" (1979) (92:53)
    Audio commentary with co-writer/director David Cronenberg
    "Casting Call: conversation with actors William Smith and John Saxon" featurette (7:16)
    "Drag Racing in the 70's" (text)
    "Glossary of Racing Terms" (text)
    "Behind the Camera - Part 1: Interview with cinematographer Mark Irwin" featurette (14:26)

    DISC TWO
    Two student films by David Cronenberg:
    - "Stereo" (1969) (62:41)
    - "Crimes of the Future" (1970) (62:36)
    "Behind the Camera - Part 2: Interview with cinematographer Mark Irwin" featurette (23:10)
    Biography of co-writer/director David Cronenberg
  • Subtitles:
    None
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.66:1
  • Picture Format:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    NTSC
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 2.0 dual mono
  • Case type:
    Keep Case

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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE
    *
    "Scanners" (1981) (103:08)
    Theatrical trailer (2:21)
    Radio spots (1:33)

    DISC TWO
    * "Stereo" (62:52)
    "The Scanners Way" featurette (22:56)
    "Mental Saboteur" interview with actor Michael Ironside (19:24)
    "The Ephemerol Diaries" interview with actor Stephen Lack (14:22)
    Excerpts from The Bob McLean Show from 10 March 1981 (11:06)
  • Subtitles:
    None
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.66:1
  • Picture Format:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    NTSC
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 1.0
  • Case type:
    Special Case
  • Notes:
    Comes with a 16-page booklet featuring an essay by critic Kim Newman.

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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE (Blu-ray)
    *
    "Videodrome" (1983) (88:39)
    Audio commentary with film historian Tim Lucas
    Documentaries and Featurette:
    - "David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme" (BBC 1997, 1.33:1) (21:04)
    - "Videodrome: Forging the New Flesh" (Criterion 2004, 1.33:1) (27:44)
    - "Take One: Fear on Film" (1982) (Roundtable discussion with Mick Garris, John Carpenter, David Cronenberg & John Landis) (25:40)
    - "Samurai Dreams: Episode 13" (uncensored footage with commentary by Michael Lennick - from 2004) (4:47)
    - "Helmet Camera Test" (early tests with commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:45)
    - "Why Betamax?" (short piece from 2004 with Michael Lennick about the use of Betamax tapes in the film) (1:11)
    - "The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome" (1982 promotional featurette made by Mick Garris) (7:52)
    Interviews:
    - "Videoblivion: An Interview with Mark Irwin" (2015) (26:27)
    - "Pierre David on...Videodrome" (2015) (10:20)
    - "a.k.a. Jack Martin with Author Dennis Etchison" (2015) (16:45)
    "Pirated Signals: The Lost Broadcast" (deleted and alternate scenes from the TV version of Videodrome) (25:48):
    - "Show Me the Last One"
    - "Extended Sales Meeting at Civic TV"
    - "You Must be Losing Interest in the Cassettes"
    - "No is the Dirtiest Word I've Ever Heard"
    - "Apollo & Dionysus"
    - "Skid Row / Soup or Veg"
    - "A Message from Brian O'Blivion"
    - "Niki's Video Love Letter"
    - "Contact High in the Limo"
    - "The Origins of Videodrome"
    - "Helmet in the Window"
    - "It's Always Painful to Change the Programme"
    - "Barry's Demise"
    - "Max on the Street"
    - "The Long Walk"
    - "TV Epilogue"
    "Camera" (2000 1.78:1 / DD 2.0 Stereo / SD) (6:42)
    Trailers (4:35)

    DISC TWO (DVD)
    * "Videodrome" (1982) (85:01) (1.85:1 / English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
    Audio commentary with film historian Tim Lucas
    Documentaries and Featurette:
    - "David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme" (BBC 1997, 1.33:1) (21:03)
    - "Videodrome: Forging the New Flesh" (Criterion 2004, 1.33:1) (27:45)
    - "Take One: Fear on Film" (1982) (Roundtable discussion with Mick Garris, John Carpenter, David Cronenberg & John Landis) (25:41)
    - "Samurai Dreams: Episode 13" (uncensored footage with commentary by Michael Lennick - from 2004) (4:47)
    - "Helmet Camera Test" (early tests with commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:45)
    - "Why Betamax?" (short piece from 2004 with Michael Lennick about the use of Betamax tapes in the film) (1:12)
    - "The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome" (1982 promotional featurette made by Mick Garris) (7:31)
    Interviews:
    - "Videoblivion: An Interview with Mark Irwin" (2015) (25:23)
    - "Pierre David on...Videodrome" (2015) (9:55)
    - "a.k.a. Jack Martin with Author Dennis Etchison" (2015) (16:05)
    "Pirated Signals: The Lost Broadcast" (deleted and alternate scenes from the TV version of Videodrome) (24:44)
    - "Show Me the Last One"
    - "Extended Sales Meeting at Civic TV"
    - "You Must be Losing Interest in the Cassettes"
    - "No is the Dirtiest Word I've Ever Heard"
    - "Apollo & Dionysus"
    - "Skid Row / Soup or Veg"
    - "A Message from Brian O'Blivion"
    - "Niki's Video Love Letter"
    - "Contact High in the Limo"
    - "The Origins of Videodrome"
    - "Helmet in the Window"
    - "It's Always Painful to Change the Programme"
    - "Barry's Demise"
    - "Max on the Street"
    - "The Long Walk"
    - "TV Epilogue"
    "Camera" (2000 1.78:1 / DD 2.0 Stereo) (6:41)
    Trailers (4:22)

    DISC THREE (Blu-ray)
    (David Cronenberg's Early Works):
    - "Transfer" (1966) (1.33:1 / 1080/24p) (6:27)
    - "From the Drain" (1967) (1.33:1 / 1080/24p) (12:48)
    - "Stereo" (Title 3B of a CAEE Educational Mosaic) (1969) (1.66:1 / 1080/24p) (62:43)
    - "Crimes of the Future" (1970) (1.66:1 / 1080/24p) (62:37)
    "Transfer the Future: Kim Newman on the Early Films of David Cronenberg" (2015) (16:51)

    DISC FOUR (DVD)
    (David Cronenberg's Early Works):
    - "Transfer" (1966) (1.33:1) (6:11)
    - "From the Drain" (1967) (1.33:1) (12:16)
    - "Stereo" (Title 3B of a CAEE Educational Mosaic) (1969) (60:09)
    - "Crimes of the Future" (1970) (60:04)
    "Transfer the Future: Kim Newman on the Early Films of David Cronenberg" (2015) (16:08)
  • Subtitles:
    English
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.66:1
  • Picture Format:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    PAL
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 2.0 dual mono
  • Case type:
    Special Case
  • Notes:
    Includes a 96-page hardback book in the thick cardboard slipcase that holds it all together.

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