South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was initially released for home video on November 23, 1999 on DVD and VHS rental. It was later received a laserdisc release on January 18, 2000, and a consumer VHS release on May 16, 2000. Nine years later, it was rereleased on high definition Blu-ray for the film's 10th anniversary on June 30, 2009.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut runs about 81 minutes and is rated R.
- Two trailers and one teaser trailer
- Some versions include a "What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II" promo video made by Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
- Commentary by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. (Blu-ray only)
The front of the DVD cover shows the entire cast behind large, rock carving of SOUTH PARK BIGGER, LONGER & UNCUT. On top of the movie's title are the boys, with Cartman in front of Kyle, Stan, and Kenny. Behind the boys is a large United States flag.
The background is on fire, with Satan overlooking the entire scene. In front of Satan, but behind the cast, are land and air vehicles from the United States and Canada. The United States is using jets, while Canada is using Helicopters.
The bottom of the cover features a quote by Time's Richard Corliss: "'South Park' is inspired comic rudeness. Warning: you may laugh yourself sick - as sick as this ruthlessly funny movie is."
The front of the Blu-ray release is much simpler, featuring SOUTH PARK BIGGER, LONGER & UNCUT in prominent, metallic letters. Cartman is seen standing in the front of "SOUTH PARK", Kyle in front of "BIGGER", Stan in front of "LONGER", and Kenny in front of "UNCUT". A fiery figure of Satan appears just below the U and T in "UNCUT".