Special features include commentary with Director Scott Wiper, commentary with Wiper and Actor Stone Cold Steve Austin, a 38-minute five-part making-of featurette, a look at the Capital Carnage Reunion WWE event in London where Steve Austin first met Vinny Jones, a two-minute Stone Cold At Movie World featurette, storyboard sequences, the original theatrical trailer, previews, and up-front ads.
DVD General Information
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
For pervasive strong brutal violence, and for language
Jack Conrad (Austin) is a dangerous criminal awaiting execution in a corrupt Central American prison
The anamorphically enhanced 1.80:1 DVD has a gritty nature that fits the story well. Contrast is generally well balanced, and colors are bold and vibrant, even though the color scheme is fairly limited. Shadow delineation is good and details are captured well. The image is virtually free from compression artifacts, and edge enhancement is not much of a problem. Some scenes can look slightly washed out and black levels can look slightly milky, but the picture generally is good. (Danny Richelieu)
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