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Recall, Recall, Recall

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the new Total Recall will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 18.

The DVD will include the theatrical version of the movie, a gag reel, a mode called Total Recall Insight Mode that lets you view making-of footage while you watch the film, a featurette called “Science Fiction Vs. Science Fact” that has a real tech expert examining the film’s futuristic technology, and a featurette about the sets called “Designing The Fall.”

The two-disc Blu-ray version will include all of the above extras as well as both the theatrical version and an extended cut of the film, with a commentary on the longer version, additional making-of featurettes, and a playable PS3 demo of God Of War: Ascension.

There will also be a three-disc DVD/BD combo pack that includes both the DVD and BD versions.

The DVD will retail for $30.99, the two-disc BD will be $35.99, while the three-disc DVD/BD combo will be $40.99.

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Total Recall DVD & Blu-ray Announced

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the new Total Recall will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 18.

By Paul Semel | 10/10/2012 08:15 AM PT

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Recall, Recall, Recall

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that the new Total Recall will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 18.

The DVD will include the theatrical version of the movie, a gag reel, a mode called Total Recall Insight Mode that lets you view making-of footage while you watch the film, a featurette called “Science Fiction Vs. Science Fact” that has a real tech expert examining the film’s futuristic technology, and a featurette about the sets called “Designing The Fall.”

The two-disc Blu-ray version will include all of the above extras as well as both the theatrical version and an extended cut of the film, with a commentary on the longer version, additional making-of featurettes, and a playable PS3 demo of God Of War: Ascension.

There will also be a three-disc DVD/BD combo pack that includes both the DVD and BD versions.

The DVD will retail for $30.99, the two-disc BD will be $35.99, while the three-disc DVD/BD combo will be $40.99.

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