Artisan has given Way of the Gun its due with a disc containing some interesting extra features. The "Cast and Crew" section includes decent biographies and extensive filmographies of all of the main actors and crew. In addition, certain sections include short clips from video interviews. The disc also provides the storyboards and script for an entirely different direction for the film. The opening is similar, although it exists at a coffee shop with a "Particularly Hip Man" instead of the long-haired goofball in the film. The real drawing point is the feature-length commentary with Christopher McQuarrie and composer Joe Kraemer. Kraemer basically plays the host role and asks the writer/director questions about the film. McQuarrie's comments are fairly scene-specific, but they provide a tremendous amount of insight into his ideas for the story. The second major feature is the isolated music track, with commentary by Kraemer. It's interesting to hear him explain the origin of the energetic, castanet-driven theme song. The images on the 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer include a significant amount of grain, but this corresponds with the overall look for the film -- though in several scenes, the amount is too much to dismiss as intentional. The black levels are solid, and the colors work efficiently within the muted tones in the story. For a film titled Way of the Gun, the story contains a surprisingly large number of extensive dialogue scenes. This lessens the effect of this excellent 5.1-channel Dolby Digital audio transfer. During the final shootout, however, the guns pop and crackle throughout the sound field.