Includes audio commentary by Scott Caan, David Arquette and Ahmet Zappa; cast and crew biographies, a music video by Bif Naked, two behind-the-scenes documentaries, a WCW wrestlers interview gallery, a
DVD General Information
Warner Home Video
Rated PG13 for language, crude humor, sexual content including brief nudity and wrestling violence.
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits excellent visual quality, with bold colors that just border over saturation. The WCW wrestling matches are rendered with absolutely gorgeous colors and excellent depth. Images are sharp and detailed, with excellent clarity, but can be a little on the
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