Domino/Doom DVD specs

Continuing with his trademark "whip" and "smash cut" camera techniques, along with the eerie, pukey green color tone from Movie of 2004 contender Man on Fire, Tony Scott once again proves there's nothing hotter than a sexy mamacita brandishing assault weapons and sawed off shotguns. Gnarly, indeed. He also proves what everyone on this site has said all along: We got a fever, and the only prescription is more Mickey Rourke.

Set to hit streets on Valentine's Day (that's February 14th for all you single people out there), Domino specs include "special edition" quality features such as: Audio commentary with Tony Scott and writer Richard Kelly, Second commentary with script notes and story development from director Tony Scott, executive producer Zach Schiff-Abrams, writer Richard Kelly and actor Tom Waits, deleted and alternate scenes with optional audio commentary by Tony Scott, an I am a Bounty Hunter featurette (with optional commentary from writer Richard Kelly and Domino Harvey), another featurette called Bounty Hunting on Acid: Evolution of a Visual Style that looks at Scott’s visual style, trailers and will be presented in 2.40:1 anamorphic widescreen with English Dolby Digital 5.1 EX and DTS-ES 6.1 audio tracks. So, be weary of the "you know it's coming special edition" that will most likely be released on February 16th. /sarcasm

Looks like Doom incorporated the first person shooter perspective into some of the sequences in the flick based off the ever popular videogame and from what I've seen, doesn't look too shabby either. Let's see how the rest of the movie holds up when the DVD hits stores on February 7th. You're looking at seperate rated and unrated editions, with only the rated edition being available in full frame format. So far it looks like the unrated edition features will include a first person shooter sequence, a featurette on the cast's training with the SAS and other featurettes exploring the locations, weapons and creatures along with a look at the Doom franchise. The unrated edition is 12 minutes longer than the rated version, clocking in at 1 hour and 53 minutes. That's all we have for now, so we'll update you if anything changes on that, boyeee.

Source: DVDActive



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