Tense. That is the best word to describe this film. Tense. Greatly enjoyable film all the way through and a stellar DVD for a moderate box office performer. The disc is from Fox, so you know its gonna be good. Great picture quality all the way and a very very good 5.1 track. Very showy at times and subtle the rest of the time. The special features are top notch too. There are FOUR, count em, FOUR alternate endings. One is as short as 5 minutes, while one of the endings is a whole 30 minutes! The entire last third of the film is different with it. There are also 3 feature length commentaries, although I havent had a chance to listen to them yet. If you want a very intense and enjoyable film to get, dont pass this overlooked gem up. But I do have one major beef with the film...that towards the end you see what Rusty Nail looks like, granted it is in shadows, but it shows too much. The film was much much scarier when you never saw him, you only had his voice on the CB. And damn was it a scary voice. And another cool feature is you can watch a selected scene with three different options for the voice of Rusty Nail. Eric Roberts is one of them, but he lacked the calm creepiness that Ted Levine had as the voice in the film. Pick this one up!