Anchor Bay continues its re-releases of older 20th Century Fox titles with the debut of 1981's Eyewitness, starring Sigourney Weaver and William Hurt. Presented with a 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen picture and Dolby Digital stereo, the disc stays true to the film's grain while still displaying a refined image that will easily replace older releases. Director Peter Yates follows up his fine commentary on Warner Home Entertainment's two-disc special edition of Bullitt with another one here, relaying the stories of the production in his usual glib British way with moderator Marcus Hearn. Also included is the original theatrical trailer, which Anchor Bay has carried the torch on in most of their reputable releases.
Starz / Anchor Bay
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Audio commentary with producer/director Peter Yates and moderator Marcus Hearn; Theatrical trailer
Side #1 -- 1. An Appeal (Main Titles) [5:28] 2. The Girl on TV [2:37] 3. Plea for Money [4:42] 4. The Road to Israel [2:49] 5. Too Late for Apologies [6:14] 6. The Interrogation [2:49] 7. An Interview With Destiny [5:22] 8. Setting the Bait [6:27] 9. It Must Be Thursday [7:56] 10. Little Secrets [5:41] 11. Someone to Watch Over Me [5:57] 12. A Matter of Trust [3:57] 13. Where's Aldo [5:10] 14. True Crime [4:53] 15. Something's Wrong [9:06] 16. Confronting Joseph [3:14] 17. Parental Intervention [5:56] 18. Better Off Dead [3:20] 19. Hiding With Horses [8:07] 20. End Credits [2:09]
Side #1 -- Chapter Selections Commentary Commentary With Producer/Director Peter Yates and Moderator Marcus Hearn: On Commentary With Producer/Director Peter Yates and Moderator Marcus Hearn: Off Trailer Play