Dust Devil | Limited Collector's Edition | Black Case Version

 Product Details

Product Type
DVD

Origin
America

UPC/EAN/Barcode
858964001133

Distributor
Subversive Cinema

Contents
» 4 Discs (dvds)
» Soundtrack CD
» Keepcase (doublesized)
» 12-page Dust Devil Comic Book
» 12-page Booklet
» 12-page Dust Devil Production Diary

Limitation
9999 copies

Out of Print
No

Still in Collection
Yes

Purchased At
www.dvdpacific.com


 Disc 1

Contents
» Dust Devil (Final Cut) (movie)
» Audio Commentary with director Richard Stanley and Norman Hill
» Interview with Richard Stanley and composer Simon Boswell (35m 25s)
» Dust Devil "Home Movies" (17m 36s)
» Dust Devil 16mm Scrapbook (06m 21s)
» Original 16mm Trailer (02m)
» Stills Gallery (01m 37s)
» Bios
» Trailers
» - Voice of The Moon
» - The Secret Glory
» - White Darkness
» - Wild Blue Yonder
» - Dust Devil
» - Defenceless
» DVD Credits

Type
DVD, R0, NTSC

Picture
1.85:1 Anamorphic

Audio
English DD 5.1
» English DD 2.0 stereo

Subtitles
None


 Disc 2

Contents
» Dust Devil (Work Print Version) (01h 54m 11s)
» Introduction by Richard Stanley (57s)

Type
DVD, R0, NTSC

Picture
1.85:1 Non-Anamorphic

Audio
English DD 2.0 stereo

Subtitles
None


 Disc 3

Contents
» The Secret Glory (documentary) (01h 36m 58s)
» Audio Commentary by director Richard Stanley and Norman Hill
» Interview with Richard Stanley (26m 36s)
» Richard Stanley Bio
» Subversive Trailers
» - The Secret Glory
» - Voice of The Moon
» - White Darkness
» - Alice
» - Dust Devil
» - Future Kill
» DVD Credits

Type
DVD, R0, NTSC

Subtitles
None


 Disc 4

Contents
» Voice of The Moon (documentary) (32m 22s)
» Audio Commentary by director Richard Stanley and Norman Hill
» Interview with Richard Stanley (31m 43s)
» Richard Stanley Bio
» Subversive Trailers
» - Voice of The Moon
» - The Secret Glory
» - White Darkness
» - SNAK
» - Dust Devil
» - Marauders
» DVD Credits

» The White Darkness (documentary) (48m 17s)
» Interview with Richard Stanley (17m 07s)
» Crew Bios
» Subversive Trailers
» - Voice of The Moon
» - The Secret Glory
» - White Darkness
» - SNAK
» - Dust Devil
» - Marauders
» DVD Credits

Type
DVD, R0, NTSC

Picture
4:3 Fullscreen (Voice of The Moon)
» 4:3 Fullscreen (The White Darkness)

Subtitles
None


 Disc 5

Tracklisting
» 01. Dust Devil Theme (06m 34s)
» 02. Look To The West (02m 21s)
» 03. Hitch (04m 52s)
» 04. Negative Feedback (01m 38s)
» 05. Skeleton Coast (02m 16s)
» 06. Joe's Cafe (02m 59s)
» 07. Look At My Hand (01m 39s)
» 08. Know You're Dreaming (01m 38s)
» 09. Dust Devil Reprise (01m 38s)
» 10. Snot Rag (34s)
» 11. Fly With The Sun (01m 23s)
» 12. Where Are You Now? (03m 59s)

Type
CD, Soundtrack


 Movie Details

Short info
Original Title: Voice of The Moon (1990)
Directed by: Richard Stanley

Short info
Original Title: Dust Devil (1992)
Directed by: Richard Stanley

Short info
Original Title: The Secret Glory (2001)
Directed by: Richard Stanley

Short info
Original Title: The White Darkness (2002)
Directed by: Richard Stanley

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 Discjunkie's Comments

Packaging / Design

Not a particularly glorious casing for such well stacked release but it's certainly practical, I'll give it that. The cover art is not overly impressive but the inclusion of the miniture comic book and other booklets are a nice touch.

Also, a slight minus for the fact that this version is presented with a black case instead of the original clear plastic version, as this certainly lowers the standard of the overall design (see sidenotes below for more info).


Disc contents / Extras

This release comes with multitude of extras, spanning over 4 extra discs in total. On of the most notable extras is the Dust Devil work print version, running for around 130 min, but there's also a whole bunch of interviews and other little goodies around.

There are several long documentaries presented in this set but these don't really have anything to do with the main feature but are more of a showcase for director Richard Stanley. But anyway, the documentaries are still very interesting and appears to be exclusive to this edition so it's still a big plus.

Most of the discs come with rather simular features and the trailers appear time and time again except for a few minor alterations.

This is obviously the best release for this film so far, if you look at the volume of extras, but never the less, both the UK and the German releases for this film include a couple of exclusive features not found on this release.

In the end, a true fan might considder getting several editions, but this one will probably be at the top of the list.


Sidenotes

The soundtrack CD included with this edition has a tracklisting different to that of the original soundtrack CD released back in 1993. The tracklisting for the CD in this box set only has 12 tracks while the old CD had 17. Running time is however only 6 minutes shorter and the track names have also been altered here and there so it's really hard to tell exactly what differences are.

Track 08 on the soundtrack is listed as "Now You're Dreaming" if you look at the tracklisting printed on the disc, but when loaded into my computer, the digital readout lists it as "Know You're Dreaming".

There also appears to be two pressings of this release (?). The original run was presented in a clear doublesized amaray case (the same size as the cases most Criterion titles use), but as you can see here, my version comes with a simular style BLACK case (exactly the same size and pretty much the same design). You'll notice that the cover insert is exactly the same as the old one and is still printed on both sides even though the inside is not particularly visible now that the plastic isn't transparent. This was in fact a replacement dvd sent out because my initially copy (which was in a clear plastic case) was damaged in transit. The replacement case was factory sealed so I have no doubts reguarding it's authenticity, but I have contacted Subversive Cinema directly in order to shed some more light on this issue.

Furthermore, the discs are also exactly the same but they have been placed in a different order this time around (and as they are not individually numbered I'll just list them in the order that they appear inside the case).


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