The extras department is where this disc comes up a little short in my opinion. We get the theatrical trailer for Bunraku, which is nice. However, the only other extra is a feature commentary with director Moshe and co-star, Kevin McKidd. While the commentary is interesting and shares a lot of anecdotal fun about the making of the film, this film would benefit from further background material. All of that digital compositing, animation, stylized lighting, action choreography, and set design and not a single video extra? No behind-the-scenes? No "making of"? A huge missed opportunity there. However, this Blu-ray disc does a good job with the film, and ultimately, that is the most important part.