Christophe Gans' action packed Brotherhood of the Wolf comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. Spanish subtitles are accessible, and the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include deleted scenes, production notes, biographies of the cast and crew, and the theatrical trailer. This is a solid disc from Universal that is recommended to anyone looking for films made outside the Hollywood system.
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Brotherhood of the wolf
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I bought this to replace a DVD I lent out to a friend. The packaging was certainly a nice upgrade and I love the reversible cover insert. My only complaint is that the release is not a 4K release at this price point and that it’s not more accessible as it only includes English subtitles. I wish more releases would include additional features to make the physical purchase vs streaming service worthwhile. I wanted to get this for my brother in law who first got me into this movie several years ago and unfortunately can’t due to the missing Spanish subtitles. Definitely worth the buy if you’ve been wanting a blue ray version but you can buy better versions with additional features on eBay if you’re fine with a DVD. I knew what was included so I won’t deduct for that but at this price point this release is missing several of the additional fractures when compared to recent 4K releases.
A fantastic creature feature mixed with a period film, Brotherhood of the Wolf is an early 2000's gem. The subtitles on this Scream Factory release has a few typos and grammar errors, but for the most part it doesn't detract from the film.