All Over The Guy
Writer Dan Bucatinsky and director Julie Davis bicker about the rights and wrongs of an alternate ending, which is amusing but also lets the viewer in on the process of how the film was created. There's also a chapter called "The Process" in an interview sequence with the stars and filmmakers, wherein they describe in detail how this low-budget indie got produced. A deleted scene -- a rather uncomfortable confrontation in a men's room -- is offered, as well as running commentary, the trailer, storyboards (including one finished film-to-storyboard comparison sequence), and the usual subtitles. The digital transfer from film is nice and bright, with firm colors, very impressive compared to the unenhanced outtakes in the special features. The sound is also commendable, with the music-laden soundtrack coming through loud and clear in Dolby 5.1.