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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE (Blu-ray Copy)

    DISC TWO (DVD)
    * The Film
    Photo Gallery (39 images)
    Original Trailer 1 (1:09)
    Original Trailer 2 (2:00)
    Original Trailer 3 (1:12)

    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:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    PAL
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 2.0 mono
    German Dolby Digital 2.0 mono
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    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 Copy)

    DISC TWO: Videodrome (DVD)
    * 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 (21:03)
    - "Forging the New Flesh" 2004 documentary by Michael Lennick (27:45)
    - "Why Betamax?" 2004 documentary deleted scene (1:12)
    - "Fear on Film" 1982 episode of the Z Channel television series Take One (25:41)
    - "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)
    - "The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome" 1982 featurette by Mick Garris (7:31)
    Interviews from 2015
    - "Videoblivion: An Interview with Mark Irwin" (25:23)
    - "Pierre David on... Videodrome" (9:55)
    - "a.k.a. Jack Martin with Author Dennis Etchison"(16:05)
    "Camera" 2000 short film by David Cronenberg (6:41)
    "Pirated Signals: The Lost Broadcast" TV version deleted and alternate scenes (24:44)
    - 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 (4:22)

    DISC THREE: David Cronenberg's Early Works (Blu-ray Copy)

    DISC FOUR: David Cronenberg's Early Works (DVD)
    * Transfer (1966) (6:11)
    * From the Drain (1967) (12:16)
    * Stereo (1969) (60:09)
    * Crimes of the Future (1970) (60:04)
    "Transfer the Future: Kim Newman on the Early Films of David Cronenberg" 2015 interview (16:08)
  • Subtitles:
    English HoH
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.85:1
  • Picture Format:
    Anamorphic
  • TV System:
    PAL
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English Dolby Digital 1.0
  • Case type:
    Digipak
  • Notes:
    High-definition digital restoration approved by director David Cronenberg and director of photography Mark Irwin.
    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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