Newly arrived on Blu-Ray is the Hangover, a rip-roaring comedy by Todd Phillips, of Old School fame. His crude sense of humour runs riot here, painting a picture of a typically promiscuous Las Vegas. He balances the film’s coarse nature with a plot that seems to have a thorough understanding of it’s own development. It made leading men out of Bradley Cooper and Ed Helm and a bonafide star of Zach Galifianakis. A film whose central plot touches on roofies, diminutive Asian gangsters and a tiger of Mike Tyson’s – whose Phil Collins karaoke repertoire is showcased here – should sit next to Animal House in your film library.The extra features of this unrated version however, leave something to be desired. The director’s commentary is picture-in-picture, which is cool, but it doesn’t make it any less boring. The bonus material offers treats few and far between, as even the added and extra scenes don’t do anything to advance the flick’s entertainment level. Blooper reels, which should be hilarious based on the film’s content, are trivial and empty (except for Ken Jeong’s improvisations, which are epically funny). There are montage cuts of both moments of gratuitous swearing and action, respectively. Both make for laughs but you’re better to look for the content on iTunes’s version of the movie – the features are more original. All in, a rollicking good viewing, despite the poor bonus features showing – insert compulsory Aspirin joke here. Two-disc special edition- extended cut, $40.