This movie was beyond anything I expected. It packs a punch you think you see coming - heck, maybe you do, but it hurts like hell anyway, no matter how many times you feel it. The DVD is appropriately priced. No extras, but worth the money to have this film in your collection. A refreshing, no-CGI, standout from the overproduced pap that seems to be flooding the theatres lately. And brilliant performances to boot. Definitely worth adding to your library.
NOTE: Stick with the DVD. The Bluray is nice, but it also has no extras and comes in at 38 bucks which is just north of pricey for an hour and a half film you can pick up for 10 bucks on DVD. I bought both - huge fan - but wouldn't recommend the BR purchase to a casual viewer. DVD is just as good as BR (Disc in a box) and the low-budget, real-film production doesn't necessarily warrant watching it in ultra-high definition.