Paramount's DVD edition of Silver Bullet is likely to confound the film's fans because it combines a high-quality transfer with a maddening lack of extras. The best element of this disc is its video transfer, which restores Silver Bullet to its 2.35:1 widescreen glory with razor-sharp detail and plenty of rich color. This transfer does a beautiful job re-creating the rich textures of Armando Nannuzzi's photography, especially during the fog-shrouded night sequences. Audio is limited to a mono soundtrack that lacks the excitement of a good stereo recording, but is skillfully mixed and recorded. There is also a French audio track and an English subtitles option. Beyond that, Silver Bullet has nothing else to offer -- no commentary, no trailer, no nothing. Considering the film's concurrent British DVD release includes the film's theatrical trailer and a full-length commentary from director Daniel Attias, it's baffling that Paramount made no attempt to flesh out this pricey disc to special-edition status. In the end, Silver Bullet is worthwhile for the film's fans thanks to its excellent transfer, but it is also likely to annoy said fans with its bare-bones presentation.