Wanna Fight?

Wanna Fight?

Aug 17, 2009

It’s no easy to task to translate author Chuck Palahniuk’s edgy, twisted tales for the big screen. Just look at the recent adaptation of Choke, which against all odds made the story of a sex addict who fakes choking in restaurants for sympathy cash both not sexy and a snore. Director David Fincher understands Palahniuk, and Fincher’s Fight Club remains the most revered Palahniuk adaptation to date. For the film’s 10th anniversary, Fox is releasing Fight Club on Blu-ray for the first time on November 17. The BD will contain four knockout commentaries, including one by Fincher, one with stars Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and Helena Bonham Carter, one with Palahniuk and screenwriter Jim Uhls, and a final commentary with the crew. In addition to seven deleted and alternate scenes as well as the usual behind-the-scenes featurettes that cover design and visual effects, the Fight Club BD includes a Guys Choice Award, an Edward Norton interview, 12 TV spots, Internet spots, a music video and art galleries. The most curious extra has to be the Insomniac Mode viewing option, but Blu-ray Bob can only guess what that might entail. Whatever it is, there are worse ways the sleep-challenged can kill a few twilight hours than watching Edward Norton punch away his pain in this man's-man classic.

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