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First Blu-ray News: SevenWhen it comes to movies about serial killers, it’s really hard to find one that’s caused more of a stir than David Fincher’s Seven. We still think about the ending every now and again and feel like we’ve been hit by a bus. Now, thanks to the advent of Blu-ray, on September 14th we’re going to get the chance to see every gory detail in glorious high definition.

The best part? The disc is dripping with extras! Dig on the full listing below courtesy of Blu-ray.com.

Synopsis:
Lt. William Somerset, a burnt-out veteran cop, is on the brink of retirement. Forced to train his ambitious and eager replacement, Somerset is teamed with Detective David Mills on an investigation that draws these disparate cops deeper and deeper into the twisted world of a cunning and meticulous criminal. He is methodical, exacting, and grotesquely creative. He is known as John Doe and is the most vicious serial killer alive, fashioning murders based on the seven deadly sins. As each new victim is discovered, the detectives must combine their collective experiences to track the trail of a killer bent on seeking attrition for society’s sins.

Special Features

  • Four audio commentary tracks:
    – Stars commentary with director David Fincher and actors Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman
    – Story commentary with Fincher, author Richard Dyer, screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker, editor Richard Francis-Bruce, and New Line president of production Michael De Luca
    – Picture commentary with Fincher, director of photography Darius Khondji, production designer Arthur Max, editor Richard Francis-Bruce, and author Richard Dyer
    – Sound commentary with Fincher, sound designer Ren Klyce, composer Howard Shore, and author Richard Dyer

  • Additional/extended scenes
  • Alternate endings
  • Exploration of the opening title sequence from multiple video angles with various audio mixes and two commentary tracks
  • Production design and still photographs with commentaries
  • The Notebooks: Full motion video details “John Doe’s” writings
  • Thirty-two-page booklet
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Uncle Creepy

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