Audio is presented in a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track that faithfully immerses the viewer. The film is mostly very quiet, punctuated by moments of frenetic sound, but even during serene (superficially, at least) moments, a palpable sense of the surroundings is created by ambient effects in the rears. Dialogue does most of the work, and is crisply and cleanly presented.
The same extras from the DVD are available here: a short interview with Lanthimos, three deleted scenes, the theatrical trailer and a gallery of stills from the film.
The Bottom Line
Dogtooth deserves to be seen in high-def, and even if the Blu-ray is a little late to the game, it was worth the wait.