- Commentary - audio commentary, director James Foley has some comments about the decision to shoot After Dark, My Sweet in the 2.39:1 ratio (as opposed to the more common 1.85:1 ratio); the setting of the film, which in Jim Thompson's novel is not Palm Springs but New York; the fact that the film was not conceived to be a film noir/neo-noir; the casting of Jason Patric and Rachel Ward; the manner in which non-explicit scenes actually function as X-rated scenes; the conception of Maurice Jarre's score and its unique qualities. At the end of the commentary, Mr. Foley also recalls a conversation he once had with Gene Hackman.
- "Primal Precipice" - in this recent program, Jason Patric discusses his background, the audition process for his part in After Dark, My Sweet, what the part meant for him and his career, the complex personality of the ex-boxer, and his interactions with Rachel Ward and Bruce Dern. In English, not subtitled. (18 min).
- "Call Me Uncle Bud" - in this program, Bruce Dern explains why his family did not think that the show business was a particularly honest business and how he developed his passion for cinema, and discusses his how James Foley directed After Dark, My Sweet, the unique tension Jason Patric channeled through his character, etc. At the end of the program, there is a comment about the competition between After Dark, My Sweet and The Grifters, which is also based on a brilliant novel by Jim Thompson. In English, not subtitled. (13 min).
- Theatrical Trailer - presented here is a vintage U.S. trailer for After Dark, My Sweet. In English, not subtitled. (3 min).