The plentiful extra features are all the same ones available on the standalone releases. A trio of commentaries accompanies White Castle, including one with Cho and Penn and more bizarrely one with supporting cast member Danny Bochart. Featurettes, interviews, deleted scenes, and outtakes offer plenty to watch even if there’s not much of substance. A couple audio commentaries come with Guantanamo, but the really cool feature is the interactive “Dude , Change the Movie!” which allows the viewer to make decisions while watching the film that literally change the plot. Talk about upping the ante for repeat viewing. If you grew up reading Choose Your Own Adventure books, you’ll be tickled pink while playing around with this option. Deleted scenes, outtakes, and a “making of” featurette round things out. For whatever reason, Christmas got shafted on extras, with only a couple short featurettes and a few deleted scenes.
A few chotchkies are included inside the tin lighter case. There’s a set of six White Castle drink coasters and three scented air fresheners. Anyone who already owns these three movies individually probably won’t find these souvenirs worth the double-dip. But if you don’t already have the trilogy, Harold & Kumar Ultimate Collector’s Edition is a good option.