It may seem unjust that "Kevin & Perry Go Large" should get such a feature-loaded DVD, but it should please fans of the movie.
Every gruesome comedy moment is captured in a sparkling DVD transfer that makes the most of the sun-kissed locations.
The 5.1 sound mix is variable in quality but the music score offers plenty of house anthems, though not every tune is allowed to take advantage of the format. This is definitely a disc where bass should rule but it isn't until the finale that the sub woofer is allowed the necessary thunder.
Trouble has been taken with the presentation of the DVD with some clever animated menus serving up the many added features on the disc. Unfortunately most of these aren't very special. The 'Dance Masterclass' promises a lot more than it delivers and the commentary is boring.
The added interviews are short and useless and the 'special effects reel' only showcases the cheapness of the movie. But if you ignore all these flatulent offerings and head straight for the 55-minute "Kevin's Guide to Being a Teenager" BBC special, you should find plenty to amuse.
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Extra Features: Scene selection, commentary by Harry Enfield, Ed Bye and David Cummings, "Kevin's Guide to Being a Teenager" (BBC special), quiz, trailer, TV spots, radio advert, music video, dance masterclass, special effects reel, 'meet the cast and crew', 'making of', web link, animated menus, subtitles, English for the hearing impaired.