Total Recall gets new Mind-Bending edition on Blu-ray
By Patrick Luce May 15, 2012, 15:02 GMT
In time for the big screen remake, the original sci-fi/action film Total Recall is getting a new “Mind-Bending” edition on Blu-ray – arriving July 31st from Lionsgate and featuring an exclusive, never-before-seen interview with director Paul Verhoeven and restoration comparison.
Action star extraordinaire Arnold Schwarzenegger is perfectly cast as Quaid, a construction worker haunted by dreams of Mars in the year 2084.
Against the wishes of his sexy wife (Sharon Stone), Quaid goes to Rekall, a company that implants artificial memories so he can "remember" visiting the red planet that is now being settled by human inhabitants. However, Quaid soon learns he is actually an amnesiac secret agent from Mars - or is he?
Comprised of an all-new Director approved, high-definition transfer from the original film negative and including exclusive bonus materials, Total Recall: Mind-Bending Edition also contains additional bonus materials that fans will love including a behind-the-scenes documentary, a "making of" featurette, a special effects featurette, audio commentary with Arnold Schwarzenegger and director Paul Verhoeven, a photo gallery and the theatrical trailer.
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