Audio/Video. The disk I have for review is a screener and not a production version. I suspect this is identical to the production version you will find on shelves, but you should factor this in.
The video is decent. This is a low budget affair and you can tell. They did do a good job on the transfer — the detail is there, even in the dark scenes. The main issue is that everything is drenched in muddy browns, I guess to accentuate the grittiness of the situation, making it a little ugly to watch. Still, no problems at all with the transfer. The same can be said for the audio. It is a Dolby digital 5.1 track. It is not the liveliest I have heard, but this is not an effects driven extravaganza. Dialogue is clear, if a little low on the volume side of the scale. It is a serviceable track that does its job without distinguishing itself.
Extras. Nothing. There is a trailer on the disk, but it is for Dragonball: Evolution.
Bottom line. This is worth checking out for the curious. It is mostly well made and tells a story that is at least partially interesting. I just do not see it as the kind of movie I will often revisit.