There's a short (six minutes) behind the scenes feature, and a few behind the scenes photos - so nothing to really set the world alight, so far. I did find the eight deleted scenes interesting, although as seems to be the norm with cut scenes it is fairly obvious why they were deleted in the first place.
Rounding off the extras is a short music promo and a few movie previews. Despite the promise of a copious amount of supplemental features, what's been included here really doesn't do much in actually selling the movie itself, and the highlight for me is Dan Harris and Emile Hirsch's audio commentary. Sorry Sigourney.
Imaginary Heroes isn't the kind of movie likely to earn mega bucks at the box office, but I enjoyed this Beverley Hills 90210-on-speed type film. It makes a nice change from the mindless popcorn action that Hollywood dishes out with such regularity. Worth at least a rental.
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