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Zodiac: A Review of the Director's Cut

Zodiac is a 2007 American neo-noir mystery thriller film directed by David Fincher and based on the non-fiction books by Robert Graysmith, Zodiac (1986) and Zodiac Unmasked (2002). The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey Jr. as the main characters who are involved in the investigation of the Zodiac Killer, a serial murderer who terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area during the late 1960s and early 1970s.


The film was released by Paramount Pictures in North America and Warner Bros. Pictures in international markets on March 2, 2007, and received largely positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its writing, directing, acting, and historical accuracy, as well as its meticulous attention to detail and authenticity. The film was nominated for several awards, including the Saturn Award for Best Action, Adventure or Thriller Film.

In 2008, Fincher released a director's cut of the film, which added about five minutes of additional footage and made some minor changes to the editing and sound design. The director's cut was released on Blu-ray and DVD on January 8, 2008, and was also available for digital download.

What's New in the Director's Cut?

The director's cut of Zodiac does not alter the main plot or structure of the film, but rather adds some scenes and details that enhance the character development, atmosphere, and realism of the story. Some of the notable additions and changes are:

  • A new opening scene that shows a young couple driving to a lovers' lane on July 4, 1969, where they are attacked by the Zodiac Killer. This scene establishes the tone and mood of the film, as well as introduces one of the main victims of the case.

  • A scene where Robert Graysmith (Gyllenhaal) visits Paul Avery (Downey Jr.) at his houseboat and finds him in a paranoid and drug-addled state. This scene shows the toll that the Zodiac case has taken on Avery's mental health and career.

  • A scene where Inspector David Toschi (Ruffalo) meets with his friend and mentor Bill Armstrong (Edwards) at a diner and discusses his frustration with the lack of progress in the case. This scene reveals more about Toschi's personality and motivation, as well as his relationship with Armstrong.

  • A scene where Graysmith interviews Bob Vaughn (Charles Fleischer), a movie theater projectionist who knew one of the Zodiac suspects. This scene is one of the most tense and suspenseful moments in the film, as Graysmith realizes that Vaughn may be hiding something.

  • A scene where Graysmith visits Arthur Leigh Allen (Lynch), the prime suspect in the case, at his trailer park home. This scene is another tense and suspenseful moment, as Graysmith confronts Allen face to face and tries to get him to slip up.

  • Some minor changes to the dialogue, music, sound effects, and editing throughout the film to improve the flow and clarity of the story.

Why Watch the Director's Cut?

The director's cut of Zodiac is not a radically different version of the film, but rather a refined and polished one that enhances its strengths and fixes some of its weaknesses. The director's cut offers more insight into the characters, more tension and suspense in some scenes, more realism and accuracy in some details, and more coherence and consistency in some aspects. The director's cut is also closer to Fincher's original vision for the film, as he had to make some compromises with the studio for the theatrical release.

The director's cut of Zodiac is not essential for enjoying or understanding the film, but it is recommended for fans of Fincher's work or those who are interested in the Zodiac case. The director's cut is a more satisfying and complete version of one of Fincher's best films.

Where to Find the Director's Cut?

The director's cut of Zodiac is available on Blu-ray and DVD, as well as for digital download. The Blu-ray and DVD versions include both the theatrical and director's cut versions of the film, as well as some bonus features such as commentaries, documentaries, and trailers. The digital download version only includes the director's cut version of the film.

The director's cut of Zodiac can be found on various online platforms, such as Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu. The file name of the director's cut version is "Zodiac.2007.DC.1080p.BluRay.x264.anoXmous .mp4", which indicates that it is a high-definition video encoded with the x264 codec and released by the group anoXmous.

The director's cut of Zodiac is a must-watch for fans of Fincher's films or those who are fascinated by the Zodiac case. It is a masterful example of how a director can improve an already great film with some minor tweaks and additions.


  • [Zodiac (film) - Wikipedia]

  • [Zodiac (2007) - IMDb]

  • [Zodiac: The Director's Cut - IGN]

  • [Zodiac.2007.DC.1080p.BluRay.x264.anoXmous .mp4 - Torrentz2]


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