A Clockwork Orange coming to special edition Blu-ray this May!
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE is currently available on Blu-ray and it's possible that many of you own it. But even if you do, I think you'll still want to pick up the brand new A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: 40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION, which was just announced for a May 31st release.
In addition to the features already existing on the current Blu-ray, the two-disc set will include two newly-produced bonus features: Turning Like Clockwork, a 25-minute documentary about the films ultra-violence and its cultural impact, and a short documentary where Malcolm McDowell reminiscences on working closely with the legendary director. It will also include the feature-length documentary "Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures," once available separately on DVD but out of print for some time now.
The ANNIVERSARY EDITION will be packaged in a 40-page Blu-ray book that includes rare behind-the-scenes photos and a full set of production notes. It can be yours for a list price of $34.99 but if you click that little red link below, you can pre-order it for $25.99 (hint, hint).
- Feature Film
- Malcolm McDowell Looks Back: Malcolm McDowell reflects on his experience working with Kubrick on one of the seminal films of the 1970s
- Turning like Clockwork considers the films ultra-violence and its cultural impact
- Commentary by Malcolm McDowell and historian Nick Redman
- Documentary Still Tickin: The Return of Clockwork Orange
- Great Bolshy Yarblockos!: Making A Clockwork Orange
- Theatrical trailer
- Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures (Produced and directed by Jan Harlan, the brother of Christiane Kubrick, Stanley Kubrick's widow). Kubricks career comes into sharp focus in this compelling documentary narrated by Tom Cruise. Fascinating footage glimpses Kubrick in his early years, at work on film sets and at home, augmented by candid commentary from collaborators, colleagues and family.
- O Lucky Malcolm! Documentary about the life and career of actor Malcolm McDowell produced and directed by Jan Harlan and edited by Katia de Vidas.