Here's a copy and paste from the Troma website. In 1984, a legend was born that forever changed the face of American cinema... After falling into a misplaced barrel of nuclear waste, nerdy 90 pound janitor Melvin Junko was transformed into The Toxic Avenger, the world-famous hideously deformed creature of superhuman size and strength! The rest, as they say, is history. The Toxic Avenger went on to become a cult smash, spawning three sequels (so far...), comic books, action figures, websites and even a children’s cartoon series! This special Limited Edition two disc set features a digitally remastered Tromorphic widescreen presentation, along with exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with directors Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, and stars Robert Prichard, Dan Snow and Mitch Cohen, the original Toxic Avenger! Plus, interviews with Toxie fans from around the world, an exclusive look at “The Toxic Avenger: The Musi-Kill,” and more! DVD Features: The original The Toxic Avenger movie, in 1.85:1 Tromorphic Widescreen Brand-new introduction by Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment and the creator of The Toxic Avenger New feature-length commentary by Lloyd Kaufman Numerous fan projects, including cartoons, original short films, re-inactments and more Scenes and songs from “The Toxic Avenger: The Musi-Kill” “Toxie in Africa” short New interviews with original cast members Robert Prichard, Dan Snow and Mitch Cohen, the original Toxic Avenger A rare on-camera interview with The Toxic Avenger co-directors Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman The original theatrical trailers for all for Toxic Avenger movies Preview for the Make Your Own Damn Movie box set Lloyd Kaufman’s world-famous award-winning short The Radiation March Tromatic trailers, and much more! See The Toxic Avenger as you've never seen it before!!! This product will be in stock on Tuesday 29 March, 2005. Go to the Troma site and you can see the cover-art as well. Does anyone have any more info as to why this is being released in widescreen? I thought all of Tromas's movies were 1.33:1. I would think it was just cropped, but the back cover says "see more action with Tromamorphic widescreen".