dealsblade runner 30th aniv coll (blu-ray / dvd +book…


Looks like only DISC ONE FINAL CUT is on BLU-RAY


@scubajoe: The first three discs are all Blu-ray, while the fourth is a DVD copy of the Final Cut.

The product description on Amazon's page is incorrect. It's pulled from the old five-disc version (this one is four). The studio condensed the content onto three Blu-ray discs and included the Final Cut on DVD as well. The only on-disc addition is the archival-image gallery.

Disc One - Blu-ray: The Final Cut (2007)
Disc Two - Blu-ray: Original theatrical cut (1982), international theatrical Cut (1982), Director's cut (1991)
Disc Three - Blu-ray special features: The rare workprint feature version, documentary Danger Days, HD stills gallery with more than 1000 archival images.
Disc Four - DVD: The Final Cut (2007)

The 30th Anniversary Edition contains four versions of the film (including Ridley Scott's The Final Cut), the workprint feature version, documentary Dangerous Days and an exclusive art book with behind-the-scenes photos, production art, sketches and storyboards.


Thanks for the update,that changes everything. I already have the suitcase dvd edition but I can do 30 for the blurays.


As much as I love this movie I'd bet that less than 1% of those who buy this are really going to bother to watch all 5 different versions of it.


@starblind: But this is where it gets awesome: lenticular motion film clip from the original feature, miniature origami unicorn figurine, miniature replica spinner car, and collector's photographs, as well as a signed personal letter from Sir Ridley Scott.


I sold my old edition months ago when it went out of print and have been waiting for this one to drop in price. I was going to get the regular version, but the extras are too cool to pass up at $30.


D'oh! I just picked up the regular 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition last week. Guess I'm getting this one as well!


For $10 less you can get all the stuff on blu-ray without the DVD and the tchotchkes.


@craigthom: But then I wouldn't have the tchotchkes...


@starblind: I'm not going to watch all the versions of the movie, but the blu-ray transfer looks and sounds terrific.

There are three commentary tracks (one by Scott, one by the writers, and one by the effects guys). I've listened to and really enjoyed the second and third.

The documentary about making the Final Cut is good. All the other extras are fun, too.

I think almost all of this is in the 25th anniversary edition, so you don't need this if you have that. But if you don't have that you'll really like this blu-ray version of the film.