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Sin-City Blu-ray: Awesome New Clips Plus Disc Specs

I don't think I need to tell you just how psyched I am for the Blu-ray release of Sin City - it should be a worthy edition to your Blu-ray collection. If you're a lover of Sin City, be sure to check it out.

Screen Rant is the first to bring you three new video clips promoting this Blu-ray release, which you can check out below.

Here's what you'll get on the Sin City Blu-ray disc:

    Disc One: Theatrical Cut

  • All new Cine-Explore - Innovative Blu-ray technology allows viewers to experience a uniquely interactive visual commentary that pushes the envelope. When selected, see picture-in-picture green screen footage and original art synced with the filmmakers' commentary.
  • Commentary with Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller
  • Commentary with Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino
  • Audio Track Featuring a Recording of the Austin Audience Reaction

    Disc Two: Unrated, Recut Extended Version

  • All new "Kill ‘em Good" Interactive Comic Book - Dive into a visually stunning interactive game that puts you in the driver's seat. Exploiting the Blu-ray format in ways never before seen, you finish the story - with guns blazing!
  • Four Chapters:
    • Chapter One- That Yellow Bastard
    • Chapter Two- The Customer Is Always Right
    • Chapter Three- The Hard Goodbye
    • Chapter Four- The Big Fat Kill

    • 15-Minute Film School
    • All Green Screen Version
    • The Long Take
    • Sin City: Live in Concert
    • 10-Minute Cooking School

    And here are three clips for you:

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWVkeFQAMRs

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrK3SJZz3g4

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJMe-q_JkxE

    This seems like a perfect holdover until Robert Rodriguez finally delivers Sin City 2.

    For those who need reminding, the Sin City: Unrated, Recut & Extended Blu-ray hits stores everywhere on April 21st, 2009.

    Thanks to Blu-ray.com for the disc specs and IGN.com for the image.

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