In the 1980s there were two major mad monkey movies: George A. Romero's Monkey Shines and Richard Franklin's orangutan-on-the-loose thriller Link starring Elisabeth Shue and Terence Stamp. Anchor Bay has taken the time to release this smaller thriller in a mostly bare-bones DVD edition. Featuring a 1.66:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, Link looks about as good as it's going to get. The colors are very bright and crisp, and the blacks are solid with only a slight bit of gray to hinder them. There is a some grain and shimmer in the image, but overall Anchor Bay has done a fine job with the transfer. Audio is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround in English only. The audio portion of this disc is not nearly as impressive as the video portion; the fidelity on the Dolby 2.0 track is not very expansive, although the dialogue, music, and effects are all mixed evenly. No subtitles are included. In the way of bonus materials, Link includes only a couple of small extra features -- a very unexciting teaser trailer and an original theatrical trailer. Link may not be a movie to go bananas over, but since this is the only widescreen edition on DVD, fans should be relatively excited to own this disc.