While many of the performances are solid enough, the only painfully bad one is delivered by Sarah Polley, who's terribly miscast here (and also has one of the worst fake accents I've ever heard). Every time her character was on-screen, I could sense the production value dropping. The same goes for every time the F-word was spoken, which just felt incredibly out of place and stupid. Lucky for us, the gorgeous cinematography (which perfectly captures the Icelandic scenery) helps cancel out some of the more crap-tacular aspects of the film. In the end, the bad definitely outweighs the good, but not enough that the movie deserves to be passed by completely.
Audio Commentary (with director Sturla Gunnarsson, writer Andrew Berzins, assistant director Wendy Ord, and costume designer Debra Hanson): A strong and worthwhile commentary that goes into detail about how hard it was to film in Iceland, what it was like transferring the classic poem to film, and other such topics. Interesting stuff.
Featurette: Wrath of Gods (9:59): This isn't really a stand-along featurette, but rather a collection of excerpts from a feature-length documentary concerning the making of the film. Obviously, having the whole documentary would've been preferred, but what's here is good enough. Check it out.
Interviews (26:13): Included here are somewhat interesting chats with producer Paul Stephens, actor Gerard Butler, director Sturla Gunnarsson, actor Stellan Skarsgård, and writer Andrew Rai Berzins.
Also included are 8 Deleted Scenes (8:44), a Storyboard Comparison (2:41), a very small collection of Costumes & Sketches photos, and a bunch of Previews.