Up-front ads will have you Running Scared, I'm sure, but besides that there is a 19-minute "Through The Looking Glass" making-of documentary, the Hotel Room Shootout and Hockey Rink Shootout storyboard comparisons drawn by writer/director Wayne Kramer, commentary with writer/director Wayne Kramer, the theatrical trailer, sneak peeks, and DVD-ROM/online features.
DVD General Information
New Line Home Entertainment
For pervasive strong brutal violence and language, sexuality, and drug content
Joey Gazelle (Walker) and his young neighbor Oleg Yugorsky (Bright) find themselves "Running Scared" when they get caught up in the middle of the Russian mob. Dirty cops, child pornography, and plenty of blood and shooting keep the suspense high and move this story along all the way to its gritty end. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD picture has a gritty texture provided by inherent film grain that is complementary to the
While the Dolby
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