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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the DVD and Blu-ray of The Raid: Redemption will be released on August 14.

Besides an unrated version of the film, both editions will also include a commentary by writer/director Gareth Evans, six behind-the-scenes vlogs with Evans, “An Anatomy Of A Scene” featurette, the infamous claymation with cats short “Claycats The Raid,” a faux mid-’90s commercial for a TV that could’ve inspired the film, and multiple featurettes and interviews about Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and composer Joe Trapanese, who collaborated on the movie’s music.

The DVD will retail for $30.99 while the Blu-ray will be $35.99.

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The Raid: Redemption DVD & Blu-ray Announced

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the DVD and Blu-ray of The Raid: Redemption will be released on August 14.

By Paul Semel | 07/3/2012 01:28 PM PT

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the DVD and Blu-ray of The Raid: Redemption will be released on August 14.

Besides an unrated version of the film, both editions will also include a commentary by writer/director Gareth Evans, six behind-the-scenes vlogs with Evans, “An Anatomy Of A Scene” featurette, the infamous claymation with cats short “Claycats The Raid,” a faux mid-’90s commercial for a TV that could’ve inspired the film, and multiple featurettes and interviews about Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and composer Joe Trapanese, who collaborated on the movie’s music.

The DVD will retail for $30.99 while the Blu-ray will be $35.99.

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