There's Nothing Out There!
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A group of teenagers on spring break, in a secluded cabin, ignores the signs that warn something horrible is going to happen. The nerdy member of the crew thinks he's figured out what's going on since he's rented every horror film available on video. However, the others won't listen to him, and there may just be something out there, in this hilarious horror spoof full of gore. Craig Peck, Wendy Bednarz, and Bonnie Bowers star. 91 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; audio commentary; behind-the-scenes footage; bonus footage; interviews; deleted scenes; photo gallery; storyboards; theatrical trailer. Bonus features: • Interviews • Commentary by the Director • Pre-Production footage stills, trailers, and auditions
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The DVD presents the film in it's original widescreen aspect ratio of approximately 1.77:1. The transfer is anamorphic and boasts some nice colors, deep blacks, and overall pleased me. Especially for a movie of such a limited budget.
The sound is good, again, for such an old movie, with a low budget, don't expect too much. But I didn't notice an hissing or noise that would distract the viewer. The only complaint would be that sometimes dialogue isn't always that great sounding, but again, low budget.
Extras Include --- Audio Commentary by director Rolfe Kanefsky and cast members; I found the track to be rather entertaining. They touch on many aspects of the movie, ane never seem dull or bored. Deleted Footage and bloopers; The deleted scenes are merely longer cuts of existing scenes, although they add relatively nothing to the film, they are nice to have. The bloopers are a real treat, and it is funny to see the actor's really messing up their lines. Theatrical Trailer, which I found to be rather funny; Production Stills, show many different stills from behind the scenes that I enjoyed; Storyboard-to-film comparisons, they were interesting, and for a change, we could see them on the same screen; Auditions and rehearsals were funny, however I found it rather funny only the women are asked to appear naked...(to test physical aspects to see if they could handle the stunts)
Overall I think Image Entertainment did a good job, and Rolfe Kanefsky deserves much credit for caring about a film he did so long ago. If only more film-makers would be so passionate about their original work. The DVD has good picture, good sound, and a ton of extra features, this one is a no brainer.
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MOVIE *** out of ****