The Exorcist gets an update in the Winona Ryder horror thriller Lost Souls. New Line has done a fine job on this 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer, though for some reason this film suffers from an excessive amount of grain and dirt. Most of the color patterns and black levels are even, though the film has a very "drab" look to it (not unlike the Tim Burton horror film Sleepy Hollow). Edge enhancement, digital artifacting, and shimmer are all absent from this print. Audio for Lost Souls includes both a DTS soundtrack as well as a Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround mix. Both tracks are clean and concise, using surround effects effectively. Both the DTS and 5.1 tracks are clear of any distortion or hiss. Also included on this disc are English subtitles. Although this edition of Lost Souls is not a coveted "platinum edition" (as is often found in the New Line catalog), it still boasts a strong array of extra features. A commentary track by director Janusz Kaminski and director of photography Mauro Fiore enlightens the viewer on behind-the-scenes stories and some technical aspects of the production. Also included on this disc are five short deleted scenes, as well as five alternate takes, some cast and crew filmographies, and a theatrical trailer for Lost Souls. Those interested in demonic possession, Winona Ryder, or a well-produced DVD will be satisfied with this edition of Lost Souls.