- 16x9 1.85:1 widescreen transfers w/ 5.1 audio
- U.S. Theatrical Version (127 minutes)
- Cannes Festival "Director's Cut" (139 minutes, HD master, "elaborate" restoration)
- European/Japanese Argento Cut (119 minutes, created from the world's first HD master)
- TV Tokyo's "Thursday Movie Theater" Missing Dub on the Argento Cut w/ new recording (I believe the "new recording" part refers to filling out the restored portions once heavily censored in Japan)
- New recording of the (Japanese?) dub for the 139 Minute "Director's Cut"
- Audio Commentary (no idea who) on the Argento Cut
- "Demonia" documentary about Dario Argento with rare footage
- American television (Starz) "Zombimania" documentary with new Romero interviews (IMDb listing / Commercial at YouTube)
- 64-page "ultra luxurious" booklet
Monday, March 15
Dawn of the Dead on April 22, 2010 in Japan dubbed the "Zombi - New Century Complete DVD-BOX". The set appears to be only available through Stingray; so presumably it'll be a bitch to import, and clocks in at a wallet-exploding $232 (21,000円). The most interesting aspect of this set is that it appears Stingray have re-integrated the soundtrack of the super rare early-'90s, "aired-once" TV Tokyo broadcast in which the music from Dario Argento's Suspiria mysteriously replaced the original score. These specs are tentative (and so are any English-friendly audio/subtitle options), I've been poking around all over the place for a good translation, and this is the best I could come with:
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