This DVD boasts interactive menus with a cool bit of animation and music that keeps to the off-kilter tone of the film. In fact, the disc starts off with an audio bite of Donald Sutherland's quote that is the core of the dysfunctional family's problem. The 16 x 9 widescreen presentation is nice, presenting Bromell's painstaking compositions at their best. The 2.0 Dolby Surround isn't required by the sound design as much as one might like, but it is loud and clear. There are several justifiably deleted scenes (including a long version of the Neve Campbell seduction scene), cast and crew text bios, and the theatrical trailer. Best, though, is Henry Bromell's end-to-end commentary, in which he describes to which particular European director he was paying homage in various scenes and points out the symbolism that might escape viewers during a cursory viewing.