There are two DVD releases in Region 1. Both are characterised by the lack of extras. The original release was a bare bones Pan and Scan abomination that highlighted a continuing cheap and nasty approach to a home video release for the film. This release was supplanted by the aforementioned 30th Anniversary release, which at least had the good fortune to be in 16x9 enhanced widescreen, although still with no extras. Interestingly, despite the 138 minute length of the film (in NTSC form) the latter release is apparently squeezed onto a single layer, single sided DVD. Even though the Region 4 release is by no means perfect, available reviews would indicate that it would be the version of choice since we at least get an extra, and the price is certainly right.