There are also four featurettes:
- Celluloid Apocalypse: An Interview with John Carpenter: An interesting short where Carpenter talks about his body of work and his experience creating Cigarette Burns.
- Working with a Master: John Carpenter: A typical hagiographic DVD-extra short in which participants in past Carpenter ventures talk about how cool it is to work with him. Despite my snarky summation, this featurette is pretty interesting. It offers a quick overview of some of Carpenter's highlights as seen by the people who were in them. When did the space aliens take over Julie Carmen's brain?
- On Set: An Interview with Norman Reedus: A short piece in which Reedus, in essence, rehashes the plot of Cigarette Burns and then offers a quick comment or two on working with Carpenter. It's kind of redundant, really.
- Behind the Scenes: The Making of Cigarette Burns: Another brief one - this is an amusing montage of behind-the-scenes footage. Much of the material is used in the other featurettes, but this is still fun. I could watch Udo saying, "Put the sausage in me!" all day.
The disc is rounded out with trailers for the first eight episodes of Masters of Horror, a still gallery that is surprising in its thoroughness and a well-written biography for Carpenter that also feels a bit redundant, being that Carpenter himself discussed much of this in the "Celluloid Apocalypse" featurette, but still provides enough information to justify its inclusion. Overall, this is a striking film which has received a very generous package on DVD.