A PEEK AT THE 'CLERKS X' 10TH ANNIVERSARY DVD - DETAILS AND PICS
The 'Clerks X' 10th Anniversary DVD will be in stores on September 7th, 2004
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Here's a taste.
Mind you, this isn't the final. There are mistakes to correct and the contents
aren't locked yet. But the package'll be pretty damn close to this.
Here's a current list of what's slated to be on the three disc "Clerks X" box set...
- The 93 minute "Clerks" Theatrical cut- All new HiDef transfer from 16mm IP supervised by Dave Klein with all-new 5.1 Skywalker Sound remix supervised by Scott Mosier, includes original commentary track from laser disc/initial DVD release (Disc One)
- The 103 minute "Clerks" IFFM First Cut, includes all-new audio/video commentary track with Kevin, Scott, Jeff Anderson, Brian O'Halloran and Jason Mewes. (Disc Two)
- The 95 minute "The Snowball Effect: The Story of Clerks" Brand Spanking New Documentary that inteviews almost everybody who ever had something to do with "Clerks" (Disc Three)
- The MTV Jay and Silent Bob shorts that everyone's been crying for us to put on a DVD for years now
- The Arclight 10th Anniversary Q&A with Brian, Jeff, Marilyn, Scott, Dave, Mewes, and me
- Lots of new video intros.
- "The Flying Car" short from the Tonight Show (re-telecined in HiDef).
- The Original theatrical trailer
- "Can't Even Tell" Music Video
- The original Jeff, Brian, and Marilyn and Ernie O'Donnell audition tapes
- The brand new, seven minute animated "Lost Scene" short
- Expansive Still Photo Gallery
- 'Clerks' Trivia track
- Original 168-page original first draft screenplay
- Kevin's 'Clerks' Journal
- Kevin's 'Sundance' Journal
- Peter Broderick's 1992 article "The ABC's of No-Budget Filmmaking" that inspired the budget for 'Clerks'
- Peter Broderick's followup article "Learning from Low-Budgets" a year later that does the same treatment on 'Clerks'
- Amy Taubin's Village Voice article on the 1991 IFFM and 'Slacker' that inspired Kevin to take 'Clerks' to the IFFM
- Amy Taubin's Village Voice article on the 1993 IFFM about 'Clerks' being the gem of the festival.
- Janet Maslin's 1994 New York Times review of 'Clerks' entitled "At a Convenience Store, Coolness To Go"
- The entire John Pierson 'The Odd Couple: Sundance 1994" Chapter from 'Spike Mike Reloaded' book
- The original Kevin-penned IFFM program note
- The original Bob Hawk-penned 1994 Sundance Film Festival program note.
- "Mae Day" - Kevin and Scott's Vancouver Film School documentary short.