Special features include a commentary track by Director Nelson McCormick and Actors Brittany Snow and Jonathon Schaech, five deleted scenes, an alternate ending, a six-minute Bridgeport High Vikings Video Yearbook, and up-front previews.
Donna Keppel (Snow) survived a terrible tragedy
The anamorphically enhanced 2.39:1 DVD exhibits a soft appearance, with fine details poorly defined. Black levels are deep, though, and shadow delineation is maintained well. Colors are nicely saturated and well balanced, and while contrast in general is natural, whites can bloom. Fleshtones are nicely defined. And while compression artifacts and edge enhancement are noticeable, they aren
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