According to director Wayne Powers in his commentary -- joined in conversation by his screenwriter wife Donna -- Skeletons In the Closet was the first studio-financed film shot on high-definition video. Be that as it may, it looks it. There is none of the warmth of film and the $1.5 million film -- shot in a brisk 19 days on free locations in Powers' hometown in New Hampshire -- has the overall appearance of a long segment on the evening news. Particularly in digital, the movie is too crisp and too clear -- odd to say, but the sharp video quality is distracting in some scenes, particularly where flames and fluorescent lighting is used. The disc's Dolby 5.1 Sound is effective (it's also in 2.0), and the occasional creepy noise emerges from the rear to keep viewers alert. The trailer, cast, and crew text info and production notes are included.