We’re also treated to a nice array of special features, the best being the 18 Minute Alien Arrives On Earth, which is a nice modern (subtitled) interview with Luigi Cozzi about the making of the film. His love for the sci-fi genre is obvious, though the homages he references are a tad spurious. He also calls Louise Marleau ugly, and doesn’t seem to understand why the film received an R rating, despite the fact that its main selling point is exploding guts.
We also get a 23 minute making of featurette created at the time of the film’s release. The image quality is quite low, and it seems to have been made from the perspective that film-goers have no idea how films are made, but it’s a nice treat. We’re also treated to a poster/still gallery, some conceptual photos, and the film’s trailer.
Finally, we’re treated to some DVD-Rom content in the form of a comic book adaptation of the entire film. It’s absolutely terrible, and since it’s based on the original script it features some freaky moments (and nudity), but is worth reading if only for the fact that such an oddity even exists.