» 1 Disc
» Special Digipack
» First pressing
» 28 Days Later (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland
» Pure Rage (Making of) (24m 20s)
» 6 Deleted Scenes (optional commentary)
» - Abandoned Train (01m 48s)
» - The Infected In The House (02m 26s)
» - Hospital Dream (04m 29s)
» - Motorway Carnage (01m 19s)
» - Floorboards (51s)
» - Taxi/Sweden (01m 44s)
» - London Walk (01m 19s)
» Alternative Endings
» - Alt. Ending (02m 28s)
» - Alt. Ending with commentary (02m 28s)
» - Radical Alt. Ending (storyboards with commentary) (11m 22s)
» Galleries (with commentary)
» - Production Gallery (18m 22s)
» - Polaroid Gallery (04m 13s)
» Animated Storyboards (01m 30s)
» Jacknife Lee Music Video (06m 20s)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 1.85:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» French DD 5.1
» English, French, Dutch
» 28 Days Later
» Danny Boyle
» Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Noah Huntley, Brendan Gleeson, Megan Burns, Christopher Eccleston, Ray Panthaki, Christopher Dunne, Emma Hitching
A rather interesting case even if it's not the most luxurious. The case is all in one piece, meaning that the built in digipack part never leaves the slipcase, but actually comes to a full stop once you slide it out far enough.
The outer cover is not glossy but it's got a really light plastic finnish (kind of like it's been protected by some kind of plastic spray, so it's got a little bit of texture to it)...
I'm not really sure how I feel about it. It's an interesting choice but feels a bit cheap. Plus I think that a regular digipack in slipcase would have looked a lot better.
This disc appears to have all the same features as the other regions, and so here's a disc review pretty much identical to what I've written about a pretty identical release.
The menus look good and are kind of still but with some very nice animated details (it captures the abondened look and feel of the film very nicely and give the whole thing a nice quality to it). As for extras there's a commentary and some deleted scenes; some of which are good and some of wich are bad (alternate scenes are never that fun when there's only minor changes). There's a 24-minute making of along with some galleries and a music video.
The inside of the disc looks and feels good. All the extras (including all the commentaries) come with optional french or dutch subtitles (but the english subtitles are only available for the main features standard audio track).
All in all this disc has a pretty good line up and I advice you to pick it up right away. Granted most editions come with all the same features so it doesn't have to be the french version in particular.
The slightly odd looking case was only available for the first pressing. Current pressings are presented in a standard keepcase.
The case is all in one peace - the foldout digipack and the slipcase are connected so the digipack only slides out, it never detatches from the slipcase.