Also included are "Derailed: The Anatomy of a Scene" dissecting the work that went into derailing and blowing up a train for one pivotal scene. For a scene where only one take was possible (since they they had to destroy the faux train built for it) they used a ton of cameras and safety measures to make sure that the stunt drivers and crew were all as safe as possible. The explosion was just the tip of the iceberg!
Other features include "Hanging Off the Train: Stunt Work," "On the Rails with the Director and Cast," and "Tracking the Story: Unstoppable Script Development" - each focusing on different aspects of the film. In "On the Rails," it was fun to see relative newcomer Chris Pine a bit star struck by working with Denzel Washington and Tony Scott on the same film.
The Blu-ray picture itself was excellent, with 1080p resolution and full Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound. The differences between the speed of the trains and the landscape rushing by were incredible with colors that really popped the green of the trees and the red of the runaway train out at you without needing 3D to do it. The sound was rich and vibrant as well from the bass of the thumping helicopter blades to the voices of the actors and the screaming wheels of the train.
If you're a fan of Tony Scott's work, want to see more of Denzel's or Rosario's work, or want to see Chris Pine somewhere other than on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, I'd definitely encourage you to give Unstoppable a chance. It was fun, frantic, and entertaining!