Extras include audio commentary with stars David Warbeck and Catriona MacColl, two interviews: one with Warbeck and MacColl and the other with director Fulci and Warbeck. There is a slideshow-style segment of still shots, newspaper ads, and posters from the film plus photos of Fulci and other crew members. There is the U.S. re-release trailer, international trailer, the German trailer, the German pre-credit sequence (in English or German), Necrophagia music video
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a picture that opens with sepia-toned, monochromatic hues. When the film moves to 1981, colors exhibit generally good balance. Contrast is a bit low, and colors tend to lack definition. Though some scenes are sharp, a soft, hazy appearance mars the image at times. Viewing in a completely blackened room is recommended due to poor visual information in the darker scenes. Film grain and artifacts are evident throughout. Minor edge enhancement is apparent, as is pixelization.(Suzanne Hodges)
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