Regardless of whether Double Dragon is horrible or not, Goodtime has done an outstanding job with the picture on the DVD. It's full of color and is constantly sharp, whether during darker night scenes or in the colorful underground lair of the "Power Corps." Even though it lacks an anamorphic transfer, the image looks very good. While the back of the box claims that the disc is in 1.66:1, it appears to be 1.85:1. The sound is a pleasant surprise also. While not in full Dolby Digital 5.1, it does feature a surprisingly strong surround soundtrack that is used often and wisely. There are a number of effects that use the surround speakers, while the dialogue is squarely in front. If there is one downfall to this disc it's the lack of extras. Not even a trailer has been included, which is pretty standard fare for nearly any disc. While not a great disc (due to the lack of extras), Goodtimes has put together a package that's almost worth the money. Viewers who are into action films that border on bubble gum may be interested in this title.