Twilight Saga: ECLIPSE Special Edition DVDFearNet has been speculating on the contents on the Eclipse Special Edition DVD… Pre-order your copy on!

If you’re like us, you’re obsessing over the newly announced home video release of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which hits shelves December 4, 2010 packed with special features, commentaries, and more on DVD and Blu-ray.

In fact, the list of extra material was so tantalizing that it momentarily distracted from reading the Stephenie Meyer-endorsed The Hunger Games, and we started thinking… what do we really want to see in the Eclipsebonus features?

The Gore We Were Promised, Kinda

Eclipse director David Slade, who made all sorts of delicious red stuff spill in the snow in his other vampire flick 30 Days of Night, kept things pretty PG-13 for the Twilight crowd. But back in June, he told us that at least one of his vampire battle decapitation shots was too hot for the MPAA’s sensibilities. (“We had this one part in the battle where Emmett just tears someone’s face off,” he said. “The face kind of breaks off into pieces of crystal that shatter.”)

Will we get to see extended, unused footage of Emmett ripping some vampire faces off on Blu-ray, even if they shatter bloodlessly like pieces of marble? Let’s hope.

What Rosalie Did to Those Horrible Old-Timey Men

In Eclipse, stiff old Rosalie (Nikki Reed) finally got to loosen up a bit, telling her origin story in flashback: After being raped by a gang of men and left for dead, she returns newly vampirized like a bride from hell to wreak bloody revenge on her attackers. In other words, it’s Rosalie’s I Spit On Your Grave moment — and we’d like nothing more than to see a deleted scene of her tearing that cad Jack Huston limb from limb.