I wonder why you cannot get a copy of 'Resident Evil' (single disc edition),
rather than have to get 'Resident Evil, Special Edition' or 'Resident Evil, Deluxe Edition'?
The movie was soo popular that "special features, trailers, or alternative endings, music
videos, etc." are not necessary, and frankly rather insulting, as if to say, We know that
the movie was not that great so as an enticement "we" would like to give you these
"extras"... No, it seems that it is "their" way of ruining great art - by adding "extras".
Strange cover art on the 'Deluxe Edition' : A white male, a white woman, a coloured woman,
and a dog.... Also, strange cover art on the 'Special Edition' - those bizarre looking two eyes.
And that music video by some band called 'Slip Knot' where they wear animal-skin masks, as
if to say to the dvd-viewing audience, this is what dogs look like... Jesus said, Give not
holy things to dogs, nor cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their
feet and turn around and rent you.... Pearls are visual objects, whereas holy things are
invisible objects : Songs vs. Paintings... Dogs are they who walk after the flesh, and so
are visually-oriented. Whereas pigs have difficulty discerning between good and bad
(they will eat anything), but are after spiritual, invisible things... Scientists, and "mad
scientists" come to mind... At a Slipknot concert, the audience may be comprised of
dogs, pigs, Christians, or some combination of the three... So, adding that music video
to the 'Special Edition' -- how useful was that? Not very, in my opinion.
As another example, consider how God created the First Day : Evening preceded the
Morning... Consider the Khabbalah-inspired lyrics of that song, by KiSS : "I, wanna
rock and roll, all night, and party every day".... At a KiSS concert, as at a Slipknot,
or Sarah McClaughlan concert, you may find dogs, or pigs.... So, again, that music
video by 'Slipknot' - I think it will only cause confusion for they who are "visually-oriented".
I really wish "they" would take "their extras" and put them on a separate disk... An
exception would be 'The Terminator' (Schwarzenegger), Special Edition, where if you
look at the 'Deleted Scenes' you may discover that those scenes were soo good, as
to defy explanation as to why they were deleted in the first place.... Hopefully, "they"
will reissue 'The Terminator' with those scenes put back in the movie, as a Director's