Released by Shout! Factory
Release Date: Aug. 15th, 1986 (Theatrical)
May 24th, 2016 (Blu-ray)
Region Code: A (locked)
Run Time 2h 0m (Theatrical)
2h 4m (Director's Cut)
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
Video: 1080p (2.35:1 Aspect Ratio) (Theatrical Version)
1080p with 480i inserts (2.35:1 Aspect Ratio) (Director's Cut)
480i (2.35:1 Aspect ratio) (Director's Cut)
THE FEATURES [3 out of 4]
Disc 1: Theatrical Version
Taking off the slip sleeve we are greeted with the same artwork as the slip. On the other side of the commissioned artwork is the original theatrical poster artwork.
The blu-ray, on the other hand, is damn good. Scream went above and beyond with this set. I figured that the interviews would be about 15-20 minutes a piece, but was pleasantly surprise to find a few of them clocking in at more than half an hour long. Almost all the interviews are worth watching except for the music one, just because it is so monotonous. The only person missing from the set is Michael Mann. Sure, he is present for a commentary, but that track was recorded more than a decade ago. Mann was supposedly involved with this disc so it seems a little bit odd that there is nothing new from him. That being said, this is a great disc. Scream keeps getting better and better with each film. This is a must buy for fans of the film.