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Infinifilm, first introduced in 2001, is New Line Cinema's brand of specialized DVDs, containing a feature to notify viewers of special features on the disc applicable to the scene currently playing, such as interviews, behind-the-scenes footage or deleted scenes. If the user chooses to watch one of these special features, the movie will be paused and the special feature will then be played. After that the user will be returned to the point in the movie where they left off.

The last Infinifilm DVD release to date was The Number 23 in 2007. Many of the label's films that New Line ported to Blu-ray feature the original Infinifilm content rebranded as "Focus Points." While New Line has yet to make an official statement on the status of the Infinifilm label, it generally appears to have been abandoned.

List of films released through Infinifilm

Title Release Date
Thirteen Days July 10, 2001
15 Minutes August 14, 2001
Blow September 11, 2001
Rush Hour 2 December 11, 2001
John Q July 16, 2002
Austin Powers in Goldmember December 3, 2002
Final Destination 2 July 22, 2003
Friday After Next June 1, 2004
The Butterfly Effect July 6, 2004
Elf November 16, 2004
A Nightmare on Elm Street September 26, 2006
The Last Mimzy July 10, 2007
The Number 23 July 24, 2007

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