Walt Disney Home Entertainment has revealed the technical specs and special features for the upcoming Blu-ray release of 'Sin City: Unrated, Recut & Extended', which is due to hit store shelves on April 21st. For this two-disc set, video will be presented in 1.85:1 1080p AVC accompanied by a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack.
Extras for this release include:
Disc One: Theatrical Cut
All new Cine-Explore – Innovative Blu-ray technology allows viewers to experience a uniquely interactive visual commentary that pushes the envelope. When selected, see picture-in-picture green screen footage and original art synced with the filmmakers' commentary.
Commentary with Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller
Commentary with Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino
Audio Track Featuring a Recording of the Austin Audience Reaction
Disc Two: Unrated, Recut Extended Version
All new “Kill ‘em Good” Interactive Comic Book - Dive into a visually stunning interactive game that puts you in the driver's seat. Exploiting the Blu-ray format in ways never before seen, you finish the story – with guns blazing!
Chapter One- That Yellow Bastard
Chapter Two- The Customer Is Always Right
Chapter Three- The Hard Goodbye
Chapter Four- The Big Fat Kill
Rodriguez Special Features:
15-Minute Film School
All Green Screen Version
The Long Take
Sin City: Live in Concert
10-Minute Cooking School
How It Went Down: Convincing Frank Miller To Make The Film
Special Guest Director: Quentin Tarantino
A Hard Top With A Decent Engine: The Cars of Sin City
I hated this in the theaters but mostly because of the situation I was in.
It has been a few years now and I'm going to give this another chance.
I was with a group of kats who were just flat out too manly to sit together, so I ended up sitting by myself (which isn't normally bad...but I didn't come alone...soooo) and the idiots behind me kept kicking my chair and the chairs around me and the people in front of me kept talking.
Plus, afterwards, the two dullards I went with hated it and it just snowballed from there.
I have always maintained that if this movie was made around the time of the Crow, it probably would have been one of my all time favorites.
Hmmmm, so the actual encoding seems to mirror the Canadian release,(AVC and DTS-HD-MA). I thought this would be the case, with the extra room on a BD-50 being used primarily for extras,(for the theatrical cut). No interest in the extras or the patchwork extended edition, so I'll stick with the Canadian release.