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Friday, February 5, 2010

Dawn of the Dead Blu-ray

Just a quick follow-up to the post about the Day of the Dead blu-ray import. In case you weren't salty enough that we in the states were neglected (or happy that you live in the UK), I thought I'd share the previously released Dawn of the Dead blu-ray.

Of course, this edition is also available with several different covers, includes a poster, and is loaded with extras.

Disc One (Blu Ray)
* Theatrical cut of the feature in 1080p High Definition; DTS HD and Stereo audio options
* Audio commentary by director George A Romero, special effects artist Tom Savini and assistant director Chris Romero; audio commentary by producer Richard P. Rubinstein
* "Document of the Dead" documentary
* "Document of the Dead: The Lost Interview" and deleted scenes
* "Fan of the Dead" documentary.

Disc Two (DVD)
* Director's cut of the feature
* "The Dead Will Walk" documentary
Disc Three (DVD)
* Dario Argento's cut of the feature
* "Scream Greats" documentary
* Publicity Vault containing US and German trailers, TV and Radio spots, reviews
* Arrow Video's Giallo trailers ("Macabre", "Sleepless" and "The House by the Cemetery")

Also included: Exclusive, four artwork option packaging; double sided poster with all-new Rick Melton painting on one side and the original UK theatrical artwork on reverse; "For Every Night There is a Dawn" booklet written by Calum Waddell.


  1. I have this Blu-ray, the transfer is identical to the Anchor Bay Blu-ray, not very good unfortunately...

  2. It's also region free, so it plays in U.S. Blu-ray players.

  3. Thanks for the info! Bummed that the transfer is not any better but excited to know it won't be a complete waste if I buy it. I'm a sucker for extras!

  4. not matter if this movie is turn into a blue-ray format, keep be a bad movie well except for the original dawn of the dead from 1978.


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