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It's pretty clear that numerous compromises were made, largely willingly by Dario, in an attempt to penetrate the U. S. market. Sadly his focus on that goal resulted in a watered down flick that does no favors for his fans, or those he apparently wanted to capture.
Those hoping to see a massive Argento/Savini induced bloodbath will be sorely disappointed at what turns out to be a relatively bloodless affair.
Nevertheless, Argento is still Argento, and even something far removed from his best efforts has enough meat for his fans. And if you're not already a fan, well you weren't going to check out this DVD anyway.
Audio: Dolby Surround 5.1/Dolby Surround 2.0
Audio Commentary with Author Alan Jones: An expertly informed, and nearly apologetic trek through the making of Trauma, with plenty of asides on other Argento projects.
On Set With Tom Savini: Unedited camcorder footage a/k/a waste of f*cking time.
Deleted Scenes: Nothing of interest here. Move along.
Poster & Still Gallery: Gives a better idea of the powerful imagery Argento captures in his films than the actual movie does.
Theatrical Trailer: Yep.
Dario Argento Bio: Just go to Wikipedia.
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