Noooo!!! I hate when they re-release DVD’s I already have and love. Now I have to buy it again!! Nooooooo!!!!! Kevin, why hast thou forsaken me?!?!?

Making You Buy It Twice
Miramax has officially announced the DVD release of Kevin Smith’s Clerks: 10th Anniversary Edition. The 3-disc set will street on 9/7.
The set will include the original theatrical version of the film as well as the extended, Sundance version. Both will feature audio commentary by director Smith and the cast and crew (the Sundance version will feature video commentary as well).
The video/audio specs are listed as 1.85:1/16×9 enhanced and Dolby Digital 5.1, but I don’t know if this applies to both versions or just the theatrical version. Extras will include the 150-minute Snowball Effect documentary, an animated missing scene, the Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary featurette, the original unaired Clerks TV pilot, Jay & Silent Bob TV spots, the Flying Car short film seen on the Tonight Show, video of the 10th Anniversary screening Q&A, original audition tapes, theatrical trailers and TV spots, music videos for Soul Asylum’s Can’t Even Tell and Girls Against Boys’ Kill the Sex Player, a still photo gallery, DVD-ROM “enhanced” playback, Kevin Smith’s original journals, and 7 articles about the film by critics and film historians. Knowing Smith, you can bet there’s lots of hidden material as well, and other items not listed in the press release.
A mention should also be made of the fact that Miramax is also releasing Smith’s Jersey Girl on DVD on 9/7, but we’re told that the director is working on a more elaborate special edition version that will be released at a later date.