This wildly tasteless exercise in comic perversity (or at least one presumes it was meant to be comic) gets a sloppy presentation on DVD. Gross Out has been given a letterboxed transfer to disc in the approximate aspect ratio of 1.85:1; the image hasn't been enhanced for 16x9 playback, and a distracting white line appears at the right hand side of the bottom edge of the film's image. The print used for this transfer has clearly seen better days, and is full of scratches and visible tape splices, while it's also cursed with a muddy and mottled color balance (not to mention the fact the photography isn't especially good to begin with). The dialogue is in English, with no subtitles or multiple language options. The audio appears in two formats, Dolby Digital Stereo and Dolby Digital 5.1, though the sound is hissy and poorly recorded in both mixes. Bonus material includes a short "comedy" The Art Of Nude Bowling (which features no credits but has been attributed to Gross Out director Bill Osco, jokes about Alfred Hitchcock's participation aside) and a preview for Osco's video series Pink TV (which features nudity and sexual material that approaches the border to hardcore territory). If watching an eighty-minute movie in which nearly every gag involves feces, urine, vomit, pus or flatulence is your idea of a good time, then Gross Out delivers the goods, but the film manages to look even uglier on DVD than you'd expect, and only the truly committed need bother.