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Meet Jigsaw: Behind the Scenes of 'Punisher: War Zone' (2009)

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Hello, pleasure to make your aquain-oh my god, what happened to your face?!
21 July 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the second-to-shortest featurette on the DVD of Punisher: War Zone, and, well, it's pretty obvious what it's about. It consists of behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and clips from the film. They talk about the prosthetics(design, having to make it work for the screen because you can't copy the comics, how long it takes to apply and remove, we see it done, etc.), the freedom and evil quality of the character post-facial-disfiguring, and the energy that West brings to it, the way you don't know what to expect from him and what that adds to the overall product. It moves fast and is swiftly cut, and we're always going from one person to the next, and the pace is somewhere between concise and frantic. This doesn't really contain any spoilers for the movie, so you can watch it first, if you really want to. The running time is about three minutes sans credits, and twenty seconds or so more with them. There is a lot of disturbing content(every glimpse of that mask is unsettling), a little brutal, bloody violence and brief strong language in this. I recommend this to anyone that liked the picture itself. 7/10


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