Selected disc options for Blood Feast
|Extras||Arrow BD-ALL/US 2017||Image BD-ALL/US 2011||Image DVD-0/US 2000|
|Audio Commentary by Director Herschell Gordon Lewis, Producer David F. Friedman and Something Weird Video’s Mike Vraney||has extra||has extra||has extra|
|Introduction by Director Herschell Gordon Lewis||has extra|
|Blood Perceptions||has extra|
|Herschell’s History||has extra|
|How Herschell Found His Niche - Interview with Director Herschell Gordon Lewis||has extra|
|Archival Interview with Herschell Gordon Lewis and David F. Friedman||has extra|
|Outtakes||has extra||has extra||has extra|
|Theater Announcement||has extra|
|Gallery of Exploitation Art||has extra||has extra|
|Theatrical Trailer||has extra||has extra||has extra|
|Radio Spot||has extra|
|“Carving Magic”||has extra||has extra||has extra|
|“Follow That Skirt”||has extra|
|Bonus Film: Scum of the Earth||has extra|
- Arrow’s Blu-ray is also available in “The Herschell Gordon Lewis Feast” box set containing a 28-page booklet and in the “Shock and Gore: The Films of Herschell Gordon Lewis” box set containing a 28-page booklet, a 92-page art book with writing by Stephen Thrower, a 160-page paperback of Herschell Gordon Lewis’ original “Blood Feast” novelization, a 7” vinyl single featuring select tracks from the Blood Feast (1963) score, 14 original artwork postcards, an individually handmade eyeball and a barf bag.
- Image’s “Something Weird Video” Blu-ray is included in “The Blood Trilogy” box set with Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964) and Color Me Blood Red (1965).
- Image’s “Something Weird Video - Special Edition” DVD is also available in “The Blood Trilogy” box set with Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964) and Color Me Blood Red (1965).