Strange Wilderness

Strange Wilderness

DVD Rating: **

Reviewed by: Keith Dudhnath

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The picture quality is as clear as you would expect from a recent film. Although the sound quality is equally clear, the surround sound mix is never used to any great effect. Subtitling is all present and correct throughout.

Although there appears to be a large set of extras, they fall firmly into one of two camps: deleted scenes, or Behind The Scenes featurettes, with brief interviews. The look at the animatronic turkey is the most interesting of all the extras, but it doesn't go into enough detail to really warrant a look.

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Even with such a feeble film, deleted scenes are always a welcome inclusion. Of these, Cooker's song, which has been singled out, is the closest you'll come to laughing at anything on the disc.

Were the film better, it would be a good, solid, extras package. If you laughed drunkenly at the film, you might laugh drunkenly at the extras.

Reviewed on: 12 Aug 2008
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Wildlife TV presenters go in search of Bigfoot with a crew of idiots and stoners.
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Product Code: EU113628

Region: 2

Ratio: 2.35:1

Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

Extras: Deleted scenes, Cooker's song, The Turkey, What Do We Do?, Reel Comedy; interviews

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