‘Inception‘ is one of those films that it might be good to have on disc, so you could make full use of going back and checking a clue you might have missed. Not to mention a film in which the commentary tracks could shine some light on plot confusion you might experience.
Inception – bonus features
- ‘The Inception of Inception’ – Christopher Nolan shapes his unusual concepts for ‘Inception’
- ‘The Japanese Castle: The Dream is Collapsing’ – Creating and destroying the castle set
- ‘Constructing Paradoxical Architecture’ – Designing the staircase to nowh
- ‘The Freight Train’ – Constructing the street-faring freight train
- Extraction mode – Infiltrate the dreamscape of “Inception” – with this in-movie experience – to learn how Christopher Nolan, Leonardo DiCaprio and the rest of the cast and crew designed and achieved the movies signature moments.
- ‘Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious’ – Taking some of the most fascinating and cutting-edge dream research to-date on lucid dreaming, top scientists make the case that the dream world is not an altered state of consciousness, but a fully functional parallel reality.
- ‘Inception: The Cobol Job’ – Now in full animation and motion, check out this comic prologue to see how Cobb, Arthur, and Nash came to be enlisted by Cobol Engineering and perform an extraction on Saito.
- 5.1 Inception soundtrack – Composer Hans Zimmer teams up once again with Director Christopher Nolan to create the soundtrack for “Inception”. Enjoy this feature in full 5.1 surround.
- Conceptual art gallery
- Promotional art archive
Inception – release date, price, formats
Inception will be released on 8 December, 2010. The Inception single disc DVDwill sell for $39.95 RRP, while the Inception Deluxe Blu-ray Box Set will cost $49.95. The Combo Pack includes a copy of the film on both the Blu-ray (x2) and DVD formats, plus a digital copy of the film (on a separate disc) for transfer to portable multimedia players and computers.
Additionally, from December 8 you can also buy ‘Inception’ via download – ON DEMAND through Foxtel Box office, Telstra T-Box, Fetch TV, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, and for rental or purchase on iTunes.