Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Thunder, Apr 23, 2004.
Anyone know anything about this?
UNDERWORLD 2-disc Unrated Edition
Starring: Kate Beckinsale . Scott Speedman . Michael Sheen .
Underneath the city streets, amid the labyrinth of subway tunnels and gothic ruins, vampires and werewolves are embroiled in an all-out war that has been going on for centuries
Features: 2-discs . around twenty-minutes of additional footage as well as an extras disc packed with material . newly recorded audio commentary with the director and cast members Kate Beckinsale and Scott Speedman, several behind the scenes featurettes, outtakes, storyboard comparisons, a music video and more.
Underworld: 2-Disc Unrated Extended Cut is presented on this all-new two-disc set boasting an extended and unrated cut that features 23 minutes of never-before-seen footage consisting of 12 minutes of additional footage, plus 11 minutes of footage that replace existing scenes with different angles and takes.
Furthermore this two-disc set is packaged in a unique translucent cover, features pack-in collectibles and boasts a range of newly created bonus material as detailed below...
2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
English DD5.1 Surround
English and French subtitles
New Bonus Features:
New Commentary from director Len Wiseman and cast members Kate Beckinsale and Scott Speedman
Fang vs. Fiction - 45 minute Featurette on the history of Vampires and Werewolves
The Look of Underworld - Featurette on cinematography and digital color correction
Visual Effects - Featurette about the creation of the special effects
Designing Underworld - Featurette on the production design
Production Sketch Booklet (16 Pages)
Mini Underworld Comic Book (48 Pages)
Bonus Features from the original DVD:
Sights and Sounds of Underworld Featurette
Creature Effects Featurette
Making of Featurette
Music Video: Finch - Worms of the Earth
Is there gonna be an R2 release for this? I hear R1 has that RCE thingy on it and I can't be arsed with all that.
This thread has risen from the dead! Things that go bump in the night!
I brought this version along with the theatrical edition that I brought a year or two before. I noted the level in sound was the same except it was down by a few db nothing to worry about. I think I took readings between certain dialogue levels noted and then ran the other disc and noted its difference.
I cant remember where on Earth I posted my findings? I could start the films up again and get some fresh bite readings. Ill post my findings on a new thread.
I managed to get an R2 Dutch version with both theatrical and extended editions on 2 discs, and both with DTS.
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