» 1 Disc
» Slim Digipack
» The Ninth Gate (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director Roman Polanski
» Behind The Ninth Gate (10 min 21s total)
» - Inside Roman Polanski (07m 11s)
» - Polanski on Finding 'Corso' (30s)
» - Polanski on The Mood Of The Film (36s)
» - Depp on His Character (19s)
» - Depp on The Inspiration For His Character (44s)
» - Seigner on Preparing For His Character (28s)
» - Langella on His Charater (33s)
» Gallery of Satanic Drawings
» - Scene 8: A Friend's Death
» - Scene 15 (1): Permission Refused
» - Scene 15 (2): Permission Refused
» - Scene 17: Looking For Answers
» - Scene 21. The Telfer Woman
» - Scene 26: 'I Saw It First'
» Trailers & TV-Spots
» - Theatrical Trailer
» - 2 TV-Spots
» - 2 Bonus Trailers
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 2.35:1 Anamorphic
» English DTS 5.1
» English DD 5.1
» English DD 2.0 stereo
» Isolated Music Score DD 2.0 stereo
» Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian (optional)
» The Ninth Gate
» Roman Polanski
» Johnny Depp, Frank Langella, Lena Olin, Emmanuelle Seigner, Barbara Jefford, Jack Taylor, José López Rodero, Tony Amoni, James Russo, Willy Holt, Allen Garfield, Jacques Dacqmine, Joe Sheridan, Rebecca Pauly, Catherine Benguigui
This disc is presented with a simple but still pretty decent looking digipack. The slipcase is okay but not very fancy. The PENTAGRAM (which some idiot at the art department put upside down!) is slightly embossed but without any rough edges.
Overall I'd say it's an okay design and a good idea to make it look like the book of the film, but the ridiculous pentagram-error is quite frustrating and with that the overall design just doesn't feel very thought through.
This is the ONLY release of the film so far to include a full bit-rate DTS track. And with that said it should probably rank as the best choice in comparison to all the other regions.
The extras are differ from other releases but they also appear to be the lengthiest so far. Some of them appear elsewhere but the Behind The Ninth Gate featurettes-section appears to be entirely exclusive to this release alone.
Subtitles are always optional but the parts of the movie that aren't in english don't have any burned in english subtitles either.
This release has also been issued in Denmark, Finland and Norway.