There was virtually no difference to between the two tracks, both being equally as absorbing. At a push I would say the DTS was slightly 'thicker', I, personally, preferred the Dolby because of it, but which ever you choose both are rewarding.
Into The Dark is a short (seven minute) Making of featurette in which major members of the cast and crew gush lovingly about what a great film they are involved in. Idiots.
Shedding A Light is a ten minute featurette about the visual effects used in the film, seen this on a thousand different (better) DVD's.
Storyboard to screen comprises of two of the action sequences that even looked bad on paper, and are made worse when on film.
There is a very short bullet time animatic, it seemed as is I was watching it in bullet time too.....
Finally there are five music videos, sorry I couldn't face them, and after reading this hopefully no one else with either.
Even though I'd never heard of this film before, I knew I was in trouble when I couldn't skip the video piracy ad that starts as soon as the disc loads. Even still, I'd much rather watch that on an endless loop than subject myself to Alone in the Dark again. I am trying to make myself feel better by awarding my first ever zero rating to a film, but even that cannot help my depression. Just don't, it's not worth it, not even if you are thinking “It can't possibly be that bad” I tell you it is, remain in the dark, don't buy, don't look, please, for the love of Pete, don't.
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