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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE (Blu-ray)
    * The Film - R-rated Version
    * The Film - Unrated Version
    Photo Gallery (39 images)
    Trailer 1 (1:09)
    Trailer 2 (2:00)
    Trailer 3 (1:12)

    DISC TWO (DVD Copy)

    DISC THREE (DVD)
    "Cronenberg on Cronenberg" 1993 interview with David Cronenberg by Peter Kremski from a 2007 episode of the German television series Kinomagazin (79:51)
    Interview with David Cronenberg by Robert A. Mitchell at the 2010 Festival of Fear (4:58)
    Introduction by David Cronenberg from a 2009 TIFF Cinemateque screening (10:12)
    "Forging the New Flesh" 2004 documentary by Michael Lennick (27:45)
    "Why Betamax?" 2004 documentary deleted scene (1:10)
    "The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome" 1982 featurette by Mick Garris (7:49)
    "Samurai Dreams: Episode #13" bootleg video (with forced audio commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:46)
    "Transmissions from Videodrome" bootleg video (with forced audio commentary by Michael Lennick) (7:01)
    "Helmet-Cam Test" bootleg video (with forced audio commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:45)
    "Camera" 2000 short film by David Cronenberg (6:39)
  • Subtitles:
    German (optional)
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.85:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p24 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono (48kHz/16bit)
    German DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono (48kHz/16bit)
  • Case type:
    Digipak
  • Notes:
    R-rated version uses Universal transfer.
    Unrated version uses Criterion transfer.
    All extras are in 576i.
    Trailers are in English, with no subtitles.
    All other extras are in English, with optional German subtitles.
    Includes a 20-page booklet.

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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE: Videodrome (Blu-ray)
    * The Film
    Audio commentary with film historian Tim Lucas
    Documentaries and Featurettes
    - "David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme" 1997 BBC documentary by Nick Freand Jones (21:04)
    - "Forging the New Flesh" 2004 documentary by Michael Lennick (27:45)
    - "Why Betamax?" 2004 documentary deleted scene (1:11)
    - "Fear on Film" 1982 episode of the Z Channel television series Take One (25:40)
    - "Samurai Dreams: Episode #13" bootleg video (with forced audio commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:47)
    - "Helmet-Cam Test" (with forced audio commentary by Michael Lennick) (4:45) [1080p]
    - "The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome" 1982 featurette by Mick Garris (7:52) [1080p]
    Interviews from 2015 [1080p]
    - "Videoblivion: An Interview with Mark Irwin" (26:27)
    - "Pierre David on... Videodrome" (10:20)
    - "a.k.a. Jack Martin with Author Dennis Etchison" (16:45)
    "Camera" 2000 short film by David Cronenberg (6:42)
    "Pirated Signals: The Lost Broadcast" TV version deleted and alternate scenes (25:48) [1080p]
    - Alternate Opening Credits
    - "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
    3 Trailers (4:35) [1080p]

    DISC TWO: Videodrome (DVD Copy)

    DISC THREE: David Cronenberg's Early Works (Blu-ray)
    * Transfer (1966) (6:27) [1080p]
    * From the Drain (1967) (12:48) [1080p]
    * Stereo (1969) (62:43) [1080p]
    * Crimes of the Future (1970) (62:37) [1080p]
    "Transfer the Future: Kim Newman on the Early Films of David Cronenberg" 2015 interview (16:51) [1080p]

    DISC FOUR: David Cronenberg's Early Works (DVD Copy)
  • Subtitles:
    English HoH
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.85:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p24 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English LPCM 1.0 (48kHz/24bit)
  • Case type:
    Digipak
  • Notes:
    High-definition digital restoration approved by director David Cronenberg and director of photography Mark Irwin.
    All extras are in 1080i 60Hz, except where noted.
    All extras are in English with no subtitles.
    Packaged as 2 digipaks with a 96-page hardback book "Long Live the New Flesh" in a thick cardboard slipbox.
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