This blend of science fiction and juvenile delinquency films has a widescreen (anamorphic) transfer with an aspect ratio of 1.66:1. The English-only audio track is in Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono and the subtitles are available in English only. The print itself shows minor pixelation and fade, but overall the Deluxe color is stunning. There is a choice of two indexed commentary tracks. One features producer Jack Harris and film historian Bruce Eder. The other features the director Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. and actor Robert Fields. Both have some pauses in dialogue, but their easygoing styles make them equally enjoyable. An anamorphic theatrical trailer is available. The feature section "Blob-abilia" found in the animated menu is a treasure chest of stills from the collection of Blob enthusiast Wes Shank. This is an attractive package that oozes some nice extras.
New widescreen digital transfer, enhanced for 16x9 televisions with restored picture and sound; Two audio commentaries: one by producer Jack H. Harris and film historian Bruce Eder; the other by director Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr. and actor Robert [Tony] Fields; Theatrical trailer; BLOB-abilial: collector Wes Shank's rare trove of stills, posters, props [including the Blob intself], and other ephemera; Special collectible poster; English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired
Side #1 -- 0. Chapters 1. "Beware of the Blob" [:14] 2. The Molten Meteor [1:45] 3. Doc Hallen [6:00] 4. Lessons in Troublemaking [3:49] 5. Meeting of the Minds [5:18] 6. Meanwhile, Back at the Doctor's Office [1:44] 7. The Crater [1:34] 8. Well, That Didn't Work... [2:55] 9. The Police Station [4:34] 10. "What Goes On Out Here?!" [3:19] 11. Parental Concerns [7:17] 12. Sneaking Out [5:41] 13. Midnight Movie [7:10] 14. Jerry's Supermarket [4:38] 15. Sounding the Alarm [5:20] 16. "It's Gotten Bigger" [4:46] 17. The Movie Theater [2:51] 18. "Do You Wanna Die?" [2:54] 19. "Hey, That's It" [4:54] 0. Commentary One Index 1. "What Is Your Formula?" 2. Casting Steve McQueen 3. Harris' Inspiration/Casting Aneta 4. Millgate's Call 5. Aneta Before The Blob 6. Hard-Bought Special Effects 7. McQueen's Method Acting 8. Casting The Blob 9. Paramount/Earl Rowe 10. The Blob Spreads/"Shorty" Yeaworth 11. McQueen's Behavior 12. Bumping Into Steve 13. The Crew/Financing 14. The Thing 15. The Hedgerow Theater 16. "Horror Into the Seats" 17. Sequels and Remakes 18. Promoting The Blob 19. "A Collective Home Movie" 0. Commentary Two Index 1. The Original Music 2. Casting Steve McQueen 3. Meeting Jack Harris 4. Fields' First Job 5. Dying on Film 6. No Girls, Just Trees, Like Camp 7. Hot Rock/Steve Helps Out 8. Steve as Older Brother 9. "I Knew I Was Gonna Die" 10. Steve's Dog, Thor 11. Picking the Title 12. Cast of Thousands 13. A Homegrown Crew 14. Early Careers 15. Steve's Effect on Fields 16. Delinquency 17. Financing the Film 18. A Non-Religious Film 19. "Just Trying to Scare People"
Side #1 -- Play the Movie Commentaries Play Commentary One (Producer Jack Harris and Film Historian Bruce Eder) Play Commentary Two (Director Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr. and Actor Robert Fields) Theatrical Trailer Blob-abilia! Color Bars