After all, the physical pain Sean could allot towards me would nowhere near match the mental anguish I have suffered from Greystone Park. Oh, and did I mention this is reportedly based on a true story? Given the they-don't-come-back outcome of the movie (honestly, what's there to spoil here, kids?), that would mean Stone and his pals are making this movie from beyond the grave! Ooh, it's scary, I tell you, kids! Booga-booga!
I'll take Cannibal Holocaust any day.
Though filmed in High-Def and mostly in the dark (or with a couple of d-cells), Greystone Park shows up on Blu-ray courtesy ARC Entertainment in rather good shape. The color palette is pretty funky here, deliberately tweaked in post-production to instill the movie with that we-tried-exactly-what-everyone-else-did look, but both detail and contrast are just fine when you stop to scrutinize 'em (providing you really want to, that is). A DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio mix has a lot of things going bump in the night tossed in for extra added effect, and accompany the copious amounts of screaming interjected within the movie's awful dialogue quite well.
Fans of Greystone Park [insert an appropriate insult to all five of those brain-dead people here] might enjoy the selection of bonus materials this title has to offer, including an audio commentary by the film's stars and makers, who have far spookier tales to tell here. Also featured are a couple of behind-the-scenes filler items, an alternate (happier) ending, and trailers for other no-budgeted, actual-actors-need-not-apply moving pictures (from filmmakers who are not trying to ride on the coattails of their fathers) from ARC Entertainment.