The DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment presents the movie in an anamorphic 2.40:1 widescreen presentation, with a fairly crisp transfer. The Maiden Heist was shot on a much smaller scale than the A-Grade Hollywood Blockbusters we’re used to seeing on DVD, and the film’s low(er)-budget origins come through at times. An English 5.1 mix comes off pretty handsomely overall, but the light-hearted nature of the film doesn’t make for a total surround sound workout. English subtitles accompany the main feature.
Special features for The Maiden Heist include an audio commentary with writer LaSieur, director Hewitt, and producer Rob Paris; a featurette on the making of the film (in which everyone refers to the film under its original moniker, The Lonely Maiden); a blooper reel; and a few deleted/alternate scenes (with optional commentary). Ultimately, these bonus items bring nothing further to the table, with the exception of a hilarious homage to Brian De Palma’s Scarface courtesy of Christopher Walken.