This is fatuous! Forget that $49.95 is insanely pricey for the limited edition. I'll even, begrudgingly, allow the remixed soundtrack to slide. Anchor Bay and Sam Raimi had a chance to release the definitive version of The Evil Dead on DVD, but don't see fit to include the proper (read: historically and cinematically correct) aspect ratio! I guess there's no need to sell off your old versions. From DVDFile: Not one but two versions will be released on 3/5. The standard edition features a new 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX and DTS 6.1 ES mixes, a French 5.1 Dolby Digital dub, audio commentary with Raimi and producer Rob Tapert and a second commentary with star Bruce Campbell, outtakes and deleted scenes, still gallery, trailers, and TV spots. The full-on "Book Of The Dead" special deluxe edition is a two-disc set with all of the same features as above, plus a second disc with the all-new 26-minute documentary "Fanalysis" by Bruce Campbell and "Discovering Evil Dead" featurette, plus "Within The Woods," the original "Evil Dead" short film that started it all. Retail is $19.95 for the standard edition, and $49.95 for the limited edition, which comes housed in a deluxe book-like package with exclusive liner notes and conceptual art.