before, having seen in in late 2014, but I'd enjoyed the off-beat, little-means zombie-ish thriller set in a radio station so much, I bought the DVD. So this is my second go - in which I nevertheless found new things to make me smile, like the innate repetitiveness of radio work and how it ties into the linguistic virus presented in the film - and I want to talk about the extras. There's a commentary track shared by the director and author, but I'm not sure what to make of it given that it spends a good chunk of its time discussing the plot of Pontypools 2 and 3, films planned but never made, and that McDonald absolutely refuses to explain the post-credits teaser. Whatever. The big reason to get Pontypool in this format is that it includes the radio play version of the story (accompanied by on-set pictures), and guess what, it has a completely different ending! Well worth the hour's running time, and I'm not sure I have a preference for the possible endings yet. I might lean on the radio play's side though!