Extras include producer, writer and special effects artist audio commentary, a special effects makeup test reel and still gallery. Some supplements produced by Jonathan Gaines. There is a hidden goodie located around the Special Features menu, but it can also be found in plain site on the main menu.
Originally given an R-rating by the MPAA, Dreamscape was edited to receive the more accesible PG-13 designation. But don
Viewed through the component video output, the 1.78:1 anamorphically enhanced DVD looks dated, but with colors that are nicely balanced. Fleshtones appear accurately rendered, and blacks are deep and solid. Images are sharp, but fine detail and definition are wanting. Contrast and shadow delineation generally look good. Minor pixlelization and artifacts are apparent, but are generally not distracting. The overall picture has a soft,
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