Battlefield Earth Easter Egg - Hidden Targets in Menus and on Commentary Version

From the Main Menu
Go to Special Features (2 pages) or Languages page.

The choice of features are on the left of the screen. On the right there is an illustration featuring a "Psychlo" ship.

Select any of them and jump to the right.

A TARGET will appear on the "Psychlo" ship. There is a new target on both Special Features pages and on the language page.

Clicking on the target gives you a short video clip of behind-the-scenes footage.

Other targets appear during the screening of the film with the AUDIO COMMENTARY ON. They also feature behind the scenes video clips. (By the way, that track is a hoot as it's full of apologetic comments designed to cover their butts. For example: Roger Christian insisting he was trying to be like a comic book when actually, he spent a lot of time on set screaming "THIS IS NOT A COMIC BOOK. THIS IS A SERIOUS LITTERARY WORK!" to his actors.)

The clip shown on the language page is test footage of stuntman-actor Jason Cavalier being thrown by a "Psychlo". This demonstration of their strength was not used in the final film.

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Contributed By: Jean Guerin on 01-26-2001
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Graham writes:
This hidden "egg" in the special features section is a complete waste. I can't believe they included about two seconds of make-up work as an egg. My vote for worst egg ever.
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Soukey writes:
Very appropriate that such a crap movie has such a crap egg.
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Daniel Janes writes:
You know, Soukey's right.
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Ptolmey writes:
I is in agreeance with the fact that this is a crappy egg.
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batty writes:
The hole movie has egg's if you ever read any thing about scientolgy and it's founder L. Ron Hubbard the you will understand where they got the strange names.... go to www.xenu.net the name of the page is Operation Clambake.
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