» 2 Discs
» Backcover Flyer
» Unknown amount
» Startup Trailers (can be skipped)
» - Iron Man
» - Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
» Cloverfield (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director Matt Reeves
» Supplemental Files (On screen access to behind the scenes footage while watching the film)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 1.78:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» Danish, English, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish, English HoH
» Document 01.18.08: The Making of Cloverfield (27m 12s)
» Cloverfield Visual Effects (21m 36s)
» I Saw It! It's Alive! It's Huge! (05m 37s)
» Clover Fun" (Outtakes) (03m 49s)
» Deleted Scenes: (with optional commentary by director Matt Reeves)
» - Congrats Rob (23s)
» - When You're in Japan (01m 21s)
» - I Call That a Date (43s)
» - It's Going to Hurt (55s)
» Alternate Endings (with optional commentary by director Matt Reeves)
» - Alternate Ending 1 (02m 03s)
» - Alternate Ending 2 (02m 19s)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» Danish, English, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish
» Matt Reeves
» Lizzy Caplan, Jessica Lucas, T.J. Miller, Michael Stahl-David, Mike Vogel, Odette Yustman, Anjul Nigam, Margot Farley, Theo Rossi, Brian Klugman, Kelvin Yu, Liza Lapira, Lili Mirojnick, Ben Feldman, Elena Caruso
Okay, this steelbook has been released in more countries than you can remember so it's certainly not to much of an exclusive case by todays standards.
However, it's still an absolutely gorgeous steelbook (!), which is both embossed, clean, classy and stylish. Granted, the original poster artwork was perfect but this design really kicks ass in the steelbook department. I mean even the fake damage-dents are embossed to perfection!
So for short; this is just totally a must have. Period.
Extras are pretty identical to all other regions but just as the R2UK special edition, this release adds the Supplemental Files featurette on the first disc (which seems to be missing on the R1 version at least).
Sadly, the video footage from the Supplemental Files featurette is only available through watching the movie (you can't access it through the menus) so you'll have to watch the whole film if you want to be sure to see it all.
All in all the extras are not especially lengthy but they're still incredibly enjoyable and do cover a lot of ground with the time that they have.