With Lions Gate set to release both Saw II and the wonderful Asian Three Extremes in the US next February, details are now beginning to surface of the DVD cover art and special features.
Three Extremes (see DVD art to the left) is an Asian horror anthology from directors Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike and Park Chan-wook and will be released on February 28th.
Extras include the feature-length version of Dumplings, Chan's Extremes segment, and an audio commentary by Miike (in Japanese with subtitles) over his Box story. The widescreen, Dolby 5.1 release will include English and Spanish subtitles and the price will be $26.98.
No audio / visual specs on the film Saw II as yet, but Lions Gate have announced that extras will include;
* Audio commentary by director Darren Lynn Bousman and star Donnie Wahlberg
* The Making of SAW II featurette
* The Traps of SAW II featurette
* Creating the World of SAW II featurette
* Sounds of SAW II featurette
* Sharpening the Blade: The Postproduction of SAW II featurette
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