Special features include the following featurettes: Science Of The Ten Plagues (16 minutes), The Characters (seven minutes), A Place Called Haven (five minutes), and The Reaping: The Seventh Plague (one minute); and the three-minute Easter Egg AnnaSophia Robb
DVD General Information
Warner Home Video
For violence, disturbing images, and some sexuality
When the good folks of Haven, Louisiana are terrorized by locusts and a river of blood, they fear that the end is near. With signs that the 10 Biblical Plagues are recurring, Investigative Theology Scholar Katherine Winter (Swank) finds herself questioning her own beliefs in The Reaping. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.36:1 DVD features solid black levels and adequate resolution, but shadow delineation can be lacking, leaving details in the darkness crushed to black. Contrast generally trends towards being over-bright, but some scenes can look well balanced. Fleshtones can look slightly orange, but details are generally resolved well. Darker scenes show heavy noise that is not apparent in bright scenes. Compression artifacts litter the imagery, which can destroy the picture at times. (Danny Richelieu)
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