Paramount presents Born To Raise Hell in an adequate MPEG-4/AVC 1080p transfer and in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio. The image is pretty darn sharp overall, with some strong black levels and colors (the movie has that blue/grey-ish tint going on throughout, since it’s a “crime” flick) and a fairly-robust amount of detail. Accompanying the feature is a equally nice DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack, which is a fitting match for all that the on-screen exploits have to give us. Subtitles in English (SDH) and Spanish are included. No special features are anywhere to be found here: just a cheapo menu and the scene selections.
The bottom line: Born To Raise Hell really only succeeds in stirring up a little torment amid its viewers more than anything. Best viewed after a few drinks and an extra-large, Steven Seagal-sized pizza.