Dose Diária de Inveja: Alien/Predator Special Monster Box

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Saudações interplanetários leitores!

Trago até vocês hoje mais uma de minhas monstruosas Doses Diárias de Inveja.

Os assuntos deste post são as duas maiores franquias de monstros alienígenas: Alien e Predador!

Bandeira-japao-gr Lá fora (R3):

Edição de colecionador NUMERADA em DVD com 14 discos em dois estojos Digistak guardados em uma caixa cabulosa, contendo todos os filmes das franquias Alien e Predador e mais o filme Alien X Predator, todos em edições duplas, com 1 revista pôster de cada franquia, vários minipôsteres, uma pasta contendo artes conceituais do filme AvP, e mais alguns mimos.

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Ficha Técnica:

Formato:
Widescreen anamórfico

Aspectos:
Alien: 2.35:1
Aliens: 1.85:1
Alien 3: 2.35:1
Alien Ressurection: 2.35:1
Predator: 1.85:1
Predator 2: 1.85:1
Alien vs. Predator: 2.35:1

Trilhas de Áudio:
Inglês DTS 5.1 (todos os filmes)
Inglês Dolby Digital 5.1 (todos os filmes)
Japonês Dolby Digital 5.1 (todos os filmes)
Obs: essa edição japonesa é a única que possui áudio DTS em todos os filmes.

Legendas:
Inglês e japonês

Extras:
DISCO 1: Alien (1979)
*1979 Theatrical Release
*2003 Director’s Cut (dual versions available via seamless branching)
THX certified
THX Optimizer
(new) Audio commentary with director Ridley Scott, Dan O’Bannon, Ronald Shusett, Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton and John Hurt (BOTH versions)
Introduction to “2003 Director’s Cut” by director Ridley Scott
Optional deleted footage marker for “2003 Director’s Cut” (When you activate this mode, the text “Director´s cut” will occasionally appear on the bottom right corner of the screen to identify every new scene)
Separate deleted and extended scene access for “Theatrical Release” (5 scenes, allow you to view the new material from the Director’s Cut separately)

DISCO 2:
”The Beast Within: The Making of Alien”
Pre-Production
-“Star Beast: Developing the Story” –featurette (18 min)
-First draft screenplay text by Dan O’Bannon (with additional introduction notes by O’Bannon)
-“The Visualists: Direction and Design” -featurette (17 min)
-Ridleygrams gallery (Ridley Scott’s original storyboards)
-Storyboard gallery (organized by scene)
-Conceptual artwork gallery (organized by artist, inc. Cobb, Foss, Moebius and Giger)
-“Truckers in Space: Casting” -featurette (15 min)
-Sigourney Weaver’s screen test footage (4 mins)
-Cast portrait gallery
Production
-“Fear of the Unknown: Shepperton Studios, 1978” -featurette (24 mins)
-Production photo gallery (organized by subject)
-Continuity polaroids gallery
-“The Darkest Reaches: Nostromo and the Alien Planet” -featurette (17 min)
-Set photo gallery
-“The Eighth Passenger: Creature Design” -featurette (31 min)
-Chestburster multi-angle sequence (5 min – 3 angles with 2 audio tracks: Production audio or audio commentary by director Ridley Scott)
-H.R. Giger’s Workshop photo gallery
Post-Production
-“Future Tense: Editing and Music” -featurette (16 min)
-7 deleted scenes (not added back in for the “Director’s Cut”)
-“Outward Bound: Visual Effects” -featurette (19 min)
-Visual effects photo gallery
-“A Nightmare Fulfilled: Reaction to the Film” -featurette (19 min)
-Poster explorations gallery
-Special shoot photo gallery
-Premiere photo gallery

DISCO 3: Aliens (1986)
*Special Edition
THX certified
THX Optimizer
(new) Audio commentary with director James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd, Stan Winston, Robert Skotak, Dennis Skotak, Pat McClung, Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Christopher Henn and Carrie Henn
Introduction to Special Edition by director James Cameron

DISCO 4:
”Superior Firepower: The Making of Aliens”
Pre-Production
-“57 Years Later: Continuing the Story” -featurette (11 min)
-Original treatment text by James Cameron
-“Building Better Worlds: From Concept to Construction” -featurette (13 min)
-Conceptual artwork gallery (organized by subject)
-Multi-angle previsualizations (a short series of video animatics, 3 mins – 2 angles with audio commentary by miniature effects supervisor Pat McClung)
-“Preparing for Battle: Casting and Characterization” -featurette (17 min)
-Cast portrait gallery
Production
-“This Time It’s War: Pinewood Studios, 1985” -featurette (19 min)
-Production photo gallery (organized by subject)
-Continuity Polaroids gallery
“The Risk Always Lives: Weapons and Action” -featurette (15 min)
-Weapons and vehicles photo gallery
-“Bug Hunt: Creature Design” -featurette (16 min)
-“Beauty and the Bitch: Power Loader vs. Queen Alien” -featurette (22 min)
-Stan Winston’s Workshop photo gallery
-“Two Orphans: Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn” -featurette (14 min)
Post-Production
-“The Final Countdown: Music, Editing and Sound” -featurette (15 min)
-“The Power of Real Tech: Visual Effects” -featurette (28 min)
-Visual effects photo gallery
“Aliens Unleashed: Reaction to the Film” -featurette (12 min)
-Film “finish and release” photo gallery

DISCO 5: Alien3 (1992)
*Special Edition
THX certified
THX Optimizer
Text introduction to “Special Edition”

DISCO 6:
” The Making of Alien3”
Pre-Production
-“Development: Concluding the Story” –featurette (17 min)
-“Tales of the Wooden Planet: Vincent Ward’s Vision” -featurette (13 min)
-Conceptual artwork gallery (organized by subject)
-“Pre-Production: Part III” -featurette (11 min)
-Storyboard gallery (organized by scene)
-Conceptual artwork gallery (organized by subject)
-“Xeno-Erotic: H.R. Giger’s Re-Design” -featurette (10 min)
Production
-“Production: Part I” -featurette (18 min)
-Production photo gallery
-Furnace construction time-lapse sequence (4 min)
-“Adaptive Organism: Creature Design” -featurette (20 min)
-A.D.I.’s Workshop photo gallery
-EEV Bioscan multi-angle video (2 mins – 6 angles with audio commentary by Alec Gillis)
-“Production: Part II” -featurette (14 mins)
-“Production: Part III” -featurette (8 min)
Post-Production
-“Optical Fury: Visual Effects” -featurette (23 min)
-“Music, Editing and Sound” -featurette (15 min)
-Visual effects photo gallery
“Post-Mortem: Reaction to the Film” -featurette (8 min)
-Special shoot photo gallery

DISCO 7: Alien: Resurrection (1997)
*1997 Theatrical Release
*Special Edition (dual versions available via seamless branching)
THX certified
THX Optimizer
(new) Audio commentary with director Jean-Pierre Juenet, Hervè Schneid, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Pitof, Sylvain Desperetz, Ron Pearlman, Dominigue Pinon and Leland Orser (ONLY in the “1997 Theatrical Release”)
Text introduction to “Special Edition”

DISCO 8:
”One Step Beyond: The Making of Alien Resurrection”
Pre-Production
-“From the Ashes: Reviving the Story” -featurette (10 min)
-First draft screenplay text by Joss Whedon
-“French Twist: Direction and Design” -featurette (26 min)
-“Under the Skin: Casting and Characterizations” -featurette (13 min)
-Creature, make-up and costume test footage (12 min)
-Marc Caro character design gallery
-Conceptual art gallery (organized by subject)
-Storyboard gallery (organized by scene)
-Multi-angle previsualizations (3 mins – 3 angles with 2 audio tracks)
Production
-“Death from Below: Fox Studios, Los Angeles, 1996” -featurette (31 min)
-“In the Zone: The Basketball Scene” -featurette (7 min)
-Production photo gallery (organized by subject)
-“Unnatural Mutation: Creature Design” -featurette (26 min)
-A.D.I.’s Workshop photo gallery,
Post-Production
-“Genetic Composition: Music” –featurette (13 mins)
-“Virtual Aliens: Computer Generated Imagery” -featurette (10 min)
-“A Matter of Scale: Miniature Photography” -featurette (23 min)
-Visual effects photo gallery
-“Critical Juncture: Reaction to the Film” -featurette (14 min)
-Special shoot photo gallery

DISCO 9: Predator (1987)
Commentaries:
Audio commentary by director John McTiernan.
Text commentary by film journalist/historian Eric Lichtenfeld (Includes interviews from co-supervising sound effects editors Richard L. Anderson and David Stone, second unit director/stunt coordinator Craig Baxley, casting director Jackie Burch, special effects coordinator Al Di Sarro, editor Mark Helfrich, visual effects supervisor Joel Hynek, editor John F. Link, cinematographer Donald McAlpine,and screenwriters Jim and John Thomas).
Extras:
Inside Look:
– “Aliens vs. Predator: Featurette” (2.11), “Aliens vs. Predator: Teaser Trailer” (1.23), “I, Robot: Featurette” (2.25)

DISCO 10:
“If It Bleeds, We Kill It: The Making Of Predator” – documentary (28.46)
Inside The Predator: Featurettes
– Classified Action (5.21)
– The Unseen Arnold (4.43)
– Old Painless (3.30)
– The Life Inside {Tribute To Kevin Peter Hall} (4.26)
– Camouflage (4.55)
– Welcome To The Jungle (2.40)
– Character Design (4.41)
Predator Special Effects: Footage
– ‘Red Suit’ Special Effects: Predator (Red) Looking Down (0.58)
– ‘Red Suit’ Special Effects: Predator (Red) In Jungle (0.54)
– ‘Red Suit’ Special Effects: Predator (Red) Main Walking Layer (0.17)
– Predator Camouflage Tests: Camouflage Effect Moth (0.36)
– Predator Camouflage Tests: Camouflage Effect Layers (1.17)
Deleted Scene + Outtakes:
– Deleted Scene: Fleeing The Predator (1.43)
– Outtakes: Chameleon (0.28)
– Outtakes: Building A Trap (2.12)
– Outtakes: Sliding Downhill (0.56)
Predator Profile
Photo Gallery
Trailer:
– “Alien Quadrilogy Trailer” (1.19)

DISCO 11: Predator 2 (1990)
Commentaries
Audio commentary with director Stephen Hopkins.
Audio commentary with writers Jim Thomas and John Thomas.

DISCO 12:
“The Hunter and The Hunted” – featurette (35.38)
Evolutions: Optical Effects – featurettes (Audio commentary by visual effects supervisor Joel Hynek)
– Main Title (2.08)
– Something On The Roof (2.00)
– Enemy In The Alley (3.12)
– Subway Showdown (1.06)
Weapons of Choice:
– Introduction (0.43)
– Gauntlet Knives (1.04)
– Self-Destruct (0.47)
– Plasma Cannon (0.59)
– Net Launcher (0.59)
– Smart Weapon (1.57)
– Telescoping Spear (1.24)
Vintage: – featurettes
– The Predator Goes To Town (3.03)
– International Featurette (5.41)
– Creating The Ultimate Hunter (3.41)
Original Theatrical Trailers:
– Trailer A (0.59)
– Trailer B (1.26)
– Trailer C (1.37)
Original TV Spots:
– “Weapons” (0.32)
– “Jungle Revisited” (0.32)
– “Much Worse” (0.32)
– “Thrill Of The Hunt” (0.32)
– “In Town” (0.17)
Hard Core Segments:
– “Hard Core Special Report: City At War” (3.18)
– “Hard Core From Penthouse To Slaughterhouse: A Special Report” (3.47)
Still Gallery

DISCO 13: Alien vs. Predator (2004)
Audio commentary by writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson and actors Lance Henriksen and Sanaa Lathan (theatrical version only)
Audio commentary by Alien SFX creators Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr. and VFX supervisor John Bruno (theatrical version only)
Optional added-footage marker for ‘Unrated’ version
Added Unrated Footage (with ‘Play All’ option – 10:54):
– “Antarctica 1904” (2:19)
– “Argument” (1:43)
– “Chamber Of Skull” (2:33)
– “Sacrifice” (0:56)
– “Weyland’s Death” (0:45)
– “Predator Ritual” (2:37)

DISCO 14:
Pre-Production:
– “Conception” [“AVP: The Beginning”] featurette (25:52)
– “ADI Workshop” featurette (6:59)
– “Branching Video” option
– Storyboard Gallery:
* Brent Boates (217 pictures)
* Phill Norwood (105 pictures)
* Richard Bennett (140 pictures)
– Concept Art Gallery (by Richard Bennett – 29 pictures)
Production:
– “The Making of AVP” [“AVP Production”] documentary (59:08)
– “Miniature Whaling Station” featurette (6:52)
– “Facehuggers and Eggs” featurette (14:51)
– “Trouble at the Mouth of the Tunnel” featurette (3:45)
– “Branching Video” option
Post Production:
– “Visual Effects Breakdown” featurette (30:10)
– 3 Deleted Scenes (with optional audio commentary by writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson and actor Lance Henriksen – 1:55):
* “The Sister”
* “Miller Gets Caught”
* “Love Scene”
Licensing the Franchise:
– “Aliens vs. Predator: The Comic Book” featurette (11:54)
– “Monsters in Miniature by Todd McFarlane” featurette (14:06)
Marketing:
– “AVP: HBO Special” featurette (13:00)
– 3 Theatrical trailers
– Bonus trailers for “Alien Quadrilogy” DVD and “Planet Of The Apes” (1968) – 35th Anniversary DVD

Vídeo no Youtube mostrando todos os detalhes dessa edição:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdA5V2hMRwE

Por aqui:

O conteúdo dos filmes da franquia Alien pode ser encontrado na edição Alien Quadrilogia que ainda está disponível.

O conteúdo do filme AvP é idêntico à edição dupla lançada.

O conteúdo dos filmes da franquia Predador pode ser encontrado em edições duplas especiais.

Imagens:

Predador1 Predador2

Alienvspredador Quadrilogia

Estamos, portanto com outra variante de “mesmo conteúdo com apresentação pífia”, fora o caso de que a edição japonesa é boa por trazer todos os filmes das duas franquias mais o crossover em uma única edição de colecionador.

Vida Longa e Próspera

[Agradecimentos ao leitor André “DruidElf” pela dica dessa edição]

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