» 1 Disc (double sided)
» Plastic Slipcase
» First Pressing
» The Scandinavian Sci-Fi, Game & Film Convention (2007)
» The Usual Suspects (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director Bryan Singer and writer Christopher McQuarrie
» Audio Commentary by Editor/Composer John Ottman
CONTENTS (SIDE B)
» Round Up: Deposing The Usual Suspects
» - Pursuing The Usual Suspects (24m)
» - Doin Time With The Usual Suspects (26m)
» Keyser Söze: Lie Or Legend (18m)
» Introducing The Usual Suspects (07m)
» Heisting Cannes With The Usual Suspects (04m)
» Bryan Singer's Gag Reel (06m)
» Deleted Scenes (Hosted by John Ottman)
» - Introduction by John Ottman (01m)
» - The Restaurant Scene (03m)
» - Finding Arturro's Body (02m)
» - McManus And The Hungarian (01m)
» - Planting The Bomb (01m)
» - Extra Verbal (02m)
» International Trailer
» US Trailer (with Introduction by John Ottman)
» 8 TV-Spots
» Interview With Composer/Editor John Ottman (18m) (easter egg)
» Interview Outtakes (03m) (easter egg)
» DVD (doublesided), R1, NTSC
» 2.35:1 Anamorphic
» 4:3 Fullscreen
» English DD 5.1
» French DD 2.0 surround
» English, French, Spanish
» The Usual Suspects
» Bryan Singer
» Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, Benicio Del Toro, Kevin Pollak, Kevin Spacey, Chazz Palminteri, Pete Postlethwaite, Giancarlo Esposito, Dan Hedaya
I've always been a big fan of plastic slipcases but this one comes of as one of the more boring designs I've seen so far.
The slipcase isn't really transparent appart from a small line at the top and a slightly shaded part in the middle of the front cover (you'll notice that the faces of the cast can bee seen through the slipcase but everything else is blocked out).
I don't really mind this design but it just seems like a very odd choice as far as transparency goes and I think that a plastic slipcase can look a lot better, even though the quality feels very nice and sturdy.
This disc appears to have all the special features found on the UK special edition except for one, and thus I think it should rank pretty equal.
A lot of the deleted scenes and other old behind the scenes material are however of very poor quality.
The material iteself however is very fun to look at, and it's definetly a worthy special edition despite the occasionally bad transfer.
This is the initial pressing which featured the limited slipcase. The current special edition only comes with the regular keepcase but all the features are the same.
The film comes with it's original Burnt In Captions (which are so far only available on this release and the Korean R0 edition).