Special features include commentary with Director Gregory Hoblit, Producer Hawk Koch, and Production Designer Paul Eads (available with or without subtitles); the following featurettes: Tracking Untraceable (16 minutes), Untraceable: The Personnel Files (15 minutes), The Blueprint Of Murder (13-1/2 minutes), and The Anatomy Of Murder, (six minutes); and previews.
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For some prolonged sequences of strong gruesome violence and language.
The stylized, anamorphically enhanced 2.38:1 DVD is dominated by cool, drab hues, which matches the story
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