The original version of movie was realeased at the hype of Arnold Schwartzenegger's career and popularity. Regardless of its many flaws, the film, loosely based on the book by Philip K. Dick, was a smash hit and is still a great action sci-fi film.
Len Wiseman's newer version of Total Recall follows the same premise of the first film, during the 21st century in the aftermath of a destructive chemical war; the 2 left over inhabitable civilizations live in an uneasy state of underground conflict. On top of that, the factory worker Douglas Quaid is looking for a meaning in his tiresome life. Longing to get some synthetic memories of a more thrilling life, Douglas quickly finds himself plunge into a world of conflict, intrigue, and where nothing is as it seems.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release Total Recall on DVD, Blu-ray and combo pack on December 18, 2012. The home video releases (Blu-ray) will include the following extras:
Theatrical and Extended Cut of the film
Audio commentary with Director Len Wiseman
Total Recall With Insight Featurette
Science Fiction vs. Science Fact Featurette
Designing The Fall Featurette
Colin Farrell Featurette
The Tripping Den Featurette
Quaid's Bedroom Featurette
Kate Beckinsale Featurette
Lobby Escape Featurette
Jessica Biel Featurette
Quaid vs. Cohaagen Featurette
5 Pre-Visualization Sequences