The Most Controversial Film of the 20th Century is now the most controversial film of the 21st Century. Caligula may very well be the most controversial film in history. Only one movie dares to show the perversion behind Imperial Rome, and that movie is Caligula, the epic story of Rome's mad emperor. All the details of his cruel, bizarre reign are revealed right here: His unholy sexual passion for his sister, his marriage to Rome's most infamous prostitute, his fiendishly inventive means of disposing those who would oppose him, and more. The combined talents of cinematic giants Malcom McDowell, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud and shakespearean actress Helen Mirren, along with an acclaimed international cast and a bevy of beautiful Penthouse Pets, make this unique historical drama a masterwork of the screen. Not for the squeamish, not for the prudish, Caligula will shock and arouse you as it reveals the deviance and decadence beneath the surface of the grandeur that once was Rome.
The movie has been remastered in high-definition from recently uncovered negatives, and two versions will be presented: the unrated, uncensored theatrical version and an alternate pre-release cut featuring never-before-released footage.
- Adult DVD
- NTSC Region 1
- 3 Disc Imperial Edition
Special Features Include
- Commentary tracks Malcolm McDowell (recently seen on NBC’s Heroes and HBO’s Entourage as well as starring in the Rob Zombie’s upcoming Halloween) and Helen Mirren (2007 Academy Award and Golden Globe Best Actress Winner for The Queen)
- Extensive, newly filmed interview with director Tinto Brass
- Additional interviews with cast members including: John Steiner, Lori Wagner, and the film’s on-set reporter, Ernest Volkman
- Other bonus features include two versions of the “Making of Caligula” documentary (featuring interviews with the stars and filmmakers as well as writer Gore Vidal)
- Hours of never-before-seen deleted and alternate scenes and behind-the-scenes footage
- Hundreds of revealing photographs from the set never seen by the public
- Three theatrical trailers
- DVD-ROM supplements including Vidal’s original screenplay, an interview with Bob Guccione, three magazine features and more
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