Seconds is finally out on DVD — a Criterion Blu-Ray, no less:
Criterion’s Blu-ray is gorgeous—the new, restored 4K digital film transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack, provides the best possible presentation of this remarkable film. Also of note is the audio commentary by the late Frankenheimer himself, an auteur whose oeuvre is perhaps not as widely respected as it should be.
Extras include a new interview with Alec Bladwin (huh?), and the more relevant features such as Hollywood on the Hudson, a 1965 TV program featuring on-set footage and an interview with Rock Hudson. There’s a very good new program on the making of the film, featuring interviews with Frankenheimer’s widow and actress Salome Jens. Plus more. In short, it’s the usual first-class treatment from Criterion.