The Supplements: Digging Into the Good Stuff
Feature Commentary with Writers Edgar Wright & Simon Pegg - If you love the duo, you're going to thoroughly enjoy this entire track. Their conversation is filled with quick jokes that align with their flavor of humor. It's an absolutely entertaining listen that explains how the subtleties within their writing, great stories from the shoot, the real-life drinking experiences that inspired the film and a lot of techie stuff.
Completing the Golden Mile The Making of 'The World's End' (HD, 48:06) This lengthy and meaty featurette is broken into two parts that can be viewed seamlessly via a "play all" function. The first part explains the making of the film where the idea came from, how the screenplay was written and how it was filmed. The second part focuses on the film's characters and their roles within the screenplay.
Trailers: Domestic Trailer (HD, 2:32)
Trailers: Newton Haven (HD, :56) Watch a tourist commercial spot enticing you to plan your next vacation to Newton Haven.
Trailers: The Man Who Would be (Gray) King (HD, 1:59) Watch a re-cut trailer for the film that puts the emphasis on Pegg's character and re-dubs his bits with a strange voice.
TV Spots: Shaun Fuzz (1080i, :31)
TV Spots: Shaun Fuzz Bathroom (1808i, :31)
TV Spots: These Guys (1080i, 1:02)
HD Bonus Content: Any Exclusive Goodies in There?
Technical Commentary with Director Edgar Wright and Director of Photography Bill Pope - Although the commentary with Wright and Pegg explains plenty of the film's technical bits, this one is completely devoted to that topic. They talk about framing, lighting, style, the opposition they received when explaining that they wanted to shoot on celluloid, and so much more.
Cast Commentary with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Paddy Considine - It's explained that Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan and Rosamund Pike were all shooting other projects while the others recorded this track. Like the Wright/Pegg commentary, this one is full of fast humor but, unfortunately, it's not as focused. While being funny, Wright and Pegg are able to keep it on track; whereas, this track sounds more like a few buddies getting together for the first time in ages.
U-Control (HD) Trigger this featurette to see storyboards displayed via picture-in-picture pop-ups that appear while watching the film. The menu allows you to jump directly to those moments should you not want to watch the entire film waiting for them to pop up. Each of the 20 chapters of the film carries these pop-up options.
Deleted Scene (HD, :55) Please note that this featurette's title is not plural. There's only one deleted scene. It shows what the gang did at the hotel after checking in. Nothing special.
Out-Takes (HD, 10:44) This featurette chronologically takes you through the film's botched takes. The final one even pulls a Pixar and shows a CG character's "messed up" take.
Alternate Edits (HD, 4:32) View a collection of alternate takes of existing scenes from the film's shoot. They mostly include alternate deliveries of lines. A good chunk of them are from the dialog-heavy scene in the climax.
Featurettes: Director at Work (HD, 2:33) The cast talks a great deal about Edgar Wright's talent and what it's like to film a movie under his direction.
Featurettes: Pegg + Frost = Fried Gold (HD, 3:28) Hear their colleagues talk about how great it is to work with Pegg and Frost and how much value is added to their roles due to the two of them being lifelong friends.
Featurettes: Friend's Reunited (HD, 3:46) This video is a breakdown of the film's main characters, but be warned that it recycles interview footage from the 48-minute making-of featurette.
Featurettes: Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy (HD, 5:13) You may have seen this video online prior to 'The World's End' hitting theaters. It explains the Cornetto trilogy's three installments and their main connection a delicious ice cream cone.
Filling in the Blanks: The Stunts and FX of 'The World's End' (HD, 27:40) One-third of this feature is dedicated to the physical preparation that went into the action scenes. It's pretty cool seeing the pandemonium of filming such sequences. The other two-thirds are dedicated to the visual effects. Seeing that gadgets used to create the Blanks' glowing eyes and mouths makes me want to get my hands on a set for next year's Halloween costume.
Animatics (HD, 11:17) Two separate animatic sequences can be viewed here individually or together: "The Prologue" and "Catacombs."
Hair and Make-up Tests (HD, 4:07) Watch the actors in their testing shoots. The dialogue from the set is not included.
Rehearsal Footage (HD, 6:20) Please note that this behind-the-scenes fight footage contains some recycled content from several other features.
Stunt Tapes: Bathroom Fight (HD, 3:23) Watch how the bathroom fight scene came to be.
Stunt Tapes: Twinbot Fight (HD, 1:53) See how the "Twinbot" came to be.
Stunt Tapes: Beehive Fight (HD, 3:31) And see how the chaotic Beehive fight scene came to be.
VFX Breakdown (HD, 8:39) The film's VFX supervisor narrates this sequence that shows how many of the awesome visual effects shots were created.
Bits & Pieces (HD, 3:23) This featurette contains a hodgepodge of random footage alternate deliveries of lines, bits of dialogue and many Blanks' heads getting smashed in front of green screens.
There's Only One Gark King Osymyso's Inibri-8 Mega Mix (HD, 4:36) The soundtrack to 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World' contains several tracks of lively beats set to edited and looped pieces of dialogue from the film. This techno track is much like one of those, only set to pieces of 'The World's End.'
Signs & Omens (HD, 7:51) Many films with coyfully hidden Easter Eggs won't come right out and show you the goodies that are hidden within the film but 'The World's End' will. Watch this feature to learn about the significance of the pubs' names, as well as the hint leading up to the revelation of The Network.
Edgar & Simon's Flip Chart (HD, 13:08) The two writer's show you the actual flip chart that they used to write 'The World's End' and give you a great amount of insight to their writing process.
TV Safe Version (HD, 3:41) As they like to do with their movies, this Blu-ray contains a few minutes of film that have been dubbed over and deemed "TV safe," all of the offensive content replaced for silly and innocent words.
Galleries - The sub-menus include Production Photos, Animatronics & Prosthetics, Theatrical Posters, Concept Art and Hero Pub Signs.
Trivia Track - Toggle this special feature and hit the "play" button in order to watch the film with a pop-up trivia track that will teach you more than you'll ever want to know about 'The World's End,' the film's shoot, track listings, Easter Eggs, and much much more.