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The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot 4K SteelBook (Exclusive)

The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot 4K SteelBook (Exclusive)

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SteelBook Info:

Inside Artwork: Yes
Emboss/Deboss: No
Finish Type: TBA

 Actors: Sam Elliott, Aidan Turner, Ron Livingston, Sean Bridgers, Caitlin FitzGerald, Larry Miller
Director: Robert D. Krzykowski
Language: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH, French, Spanish
Region: Region Free (BD Region A)
Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
Number of Discs: 2
Rating: Not Rated
Orig Release Date: 2018
Studio: RLJ Entertainment
Release Date: 11/14/2023
Run Time: 98 Min.
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Robert D. Krzykowski - This scene-specific commentary serves up a lot of details and trivia. Topics of discussion include shooting locations, props, special effects, shout-outs and notable cameos, his favorite films and other influences, developing both time periods, working with an untrained dog, choosing the soundtrack, scene transitions, the editing process, shooting in Turner Falls, removing a stalker with visual effects, working on a tight budget, fighting in a Bigfoot costume, making vomit out of pea soup and orange juice, fishing with Larry Miller, and more.
  • The Making of "The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot" (39:14, 1080p) in-depth featurette that includes comments from most of the lead and supporting actors (Sam Elliott, Ron Livingston, Caitlin Fitzgerald, etc.), writer/director Robert D. Krzykowski, producers Patrick Ewald and Lucky McKee, special effects artist Rocco Gioffre (!), and executive producer Doug Trumbull (!!). Among other topics, this piece covers the film's 12-year development, casting, production, characters, the director's short film Elsie Hooper (also included as a bonus feature), old-school special effects, editing, and the storyboard process.
  • Interview with Composer Joe Kraemer (6:23, 1080p) is a sit-down chat that discusses his first meeting with the director when he scored Elsie Hooper, building on the temp track, his specific approach to scoring, nods to his favorite composers, representing two different time periods, and more.
  • Deleted Scenes (8:52, 1080p) amounts to a half-dozen cut and/or extended segments, many of which have brief bookends to imply where they were originally placed in the film. No real earth-shattering revelations here, just a few additional bits and pieces of dialogue and other small moments. Some of these feature raw video and sound or missing visual effects but, generally speaking, are in pretty good condition.
  • "Elsie Hooper" (5:46, 1080p / DTS-HD 2.0) is writer/director Robert D. Krzykowski 2016 short film mentioned during the making-of featurette. Shot in stylish black-and-white 2.55:1 and starring a creepy-looking puppet named Ridley who's looking for his kidnapped sister, the Sin City-esque Elsie Hooper is an inventive production that rightfully earned the attention of several contributors who would later work with Krzykowski on The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot.
  • Conceptual Art Gallery (1080p) features two dozen storyboards and early concept drawings from the film.
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