- Evolution of the Hulk (480p, 16:17) looks at the history of this popular character. We are taken through the Hulk’s beginning as a depression-era comic, to the television series and eventual development of the feature film. There’s less of the comic’s impact on the movie here, but a good section on how that pesky Gamma radiation helped to being the Hulk to life.
- The Incredible Ang Lee (480p, 14:28) is a good presentation of the director and how he tried to bring in several realistic elements into the film, including his own acting of the Hulk, which was used to paint his movements. A very insightful segment.
- The Dog Fight Scene (480p, 10:09) takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes plunge of the process of one of the most enjoyable scenes of the film, including the use of “The Hulk Head.”
- The Unique Style of Editing 'Hulk' (480p, 5:34) takes a closer look at the editing process to make Hulk as cohesive, well-paced, and exciting as possible, while creating for the film a unique look with differing transitions and split screens.
So many versions of this film exist that you really can’t go wrong with any of them, even the DVD’s and foreign releases, some which feature very nice Steelbook cases. I reviewed the single-disc version, because it’s the only one in print that hasn’t been bundled with another film.
The Bottom Line – 4/5