A trilogy of terror awaits viewers in Stephen King's Cat's Eye. The film is presented in a decent looking 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer. While a few imperfections abound (including an excessive amount of nicks and scratches), overall the transfer is adequate with bright colors and bold black levels. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital Stereo Surround in English and lacks any true fidelity or depth. The music, effects and dialogue are all free and clear of distortion or hiss, though overall this is an under-whelming track that could have used a new 5.1 remix. Also included on this disc are English, French and Spanish subtitles. Only a few extra features have been included on this disc, starting with a commentary track by director Lewis Teague. Teague rambles on about how the film was cast, what scenes were cut (including an original prologue), and other tidbits of information about the production. While this is an informative commentary track, it often borders on being almost too dry. Also included on this disc is a theatrical trailer for the film as well as some cast/director film highlights.