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A slew of bonus features--including ..., 26 Aug 2014 [cached]
A slew of bonus features--including interviews, featurettes and a commentary with director Kevin Connor--offer up pretty much everything you could conceivably want to know about the film and its history, including the startling revelation that the first actor to be offered the role of Farmer Vincent was none other than Harry Dean Stanton.
Commentary With Director Kevin ..., 24 July 2014 [cached]
Commentary With Director Kevin Connor, Moderated By Filmmaker Dave Parker - The director of The Hills Run Red (also big Motel Hell Fan) leads track that provides more in depth insight as an extension of the featurettes.  There are a lot of times they just sort of are watching the film or enjoying it together and comment on things going on onscreen.
Extras: featurettes and audio commentary ..., 20 Aug 2014 [cached]
Extras: featurettes and audio commentary by director Kevin Connor.
The Scream Factory edition adds the ..., 17 Aug 2014 [cached]
The Scream Factory edition adds the irreverent "It Takes All Kinds: The Making of Motel Hell; "Shooting Old School With Thomas Del Ruth," in which the cinematographer discusses the differences between shooting a picture, then and now; "Ida, Be Thy Name: The Frightful Females of Fear," on what constitutes a good female villain; "From Glamour to Gore: Roseanne Katon Remembers Motel Hell" with the former Playboy Playmate of the Month; "Another Head on the Chopping Block: An Interview With Paul Linke," who played the film's hapless cop; and commentary with director Kevin Connor.
The audio commentary by director ..., 11 Aug 2014 [cached]
The audio commentary by director Kevin Connor is dull but revealing: He clearly has little feel or use for the horror genre, and frequently mentions "toning down" the script's juvenile antics. Considering the antics that remain, Connor may have done us a favor, but his impersonal competency also explains the film's often interminable indifference to itself.
Commentary by Director Kevin Connor and Moderated by Dave Parker
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