Stark Raving Mad

Stark Raving Mad

Director: Drew Daywalt, David Schneider Cast: Seann William Scott, Lou Diamond Phillips

DVD (Wide Screen)


The 2002 heist comedy Stark Raving Mad arrives on DVD from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment. Presented with a widescreen transfer. English soundtracks are available in Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound. A French-dubbed stereo soundtrack is also offered. Optional subtitles are in English, Spanish, and French. Writer/directors Drew Daywalt and David Schneider provide an audio commentary track. Other special features include trailers, a behind-the-scenes featurette, and photo galleries. Recommended for fans of Guy Ritchie rip-offs.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/13/2004
UPC: 0043396024878
Original Release: 2002
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:41:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary with writer/directors Drew Daywalt and David Schneider and actor Seann William Scott; Trailer; Behind-the-scenes; Scene selection; Storyboards; Interactive menus

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Seann William Scott Ben McGewan
Lou Diamond Phillips Gregory
Patrick Breen Jeffrey Jay
Terry Chen Jin Sun
John Crye Jake Nealson
Suzy Nakamura Betty Shin
Timm Sharp Rikki Simms
Dave Foley Roy
Paul Hungerford Scott
Monet Mazur Vanessa
Reagan Dale Neis Kitten
Kavan Smith Michael Frakes
Jody Racicot disc jockey
Yee Jee Tso Chan, gang member 1
Ty Olsson Nate, goon
Carl McDonald Mitchell, trannie
C. Ernst Harth Dirk
Lina Teal Stacie
Christine Chatelain Tonya, friend
Ryan Robbins seedy guy
Michael Eklund sickly thin guy
Damonde Tschritter Trevor, snake guy
John Beuhler Hamish, raverboy 1
Fred Ewanuick Beck, raverboy 1
Michael Roselli goon 1
Robert Astles trannie 2
Phillip Beer trannie 3, samurai
Stefanie Ford Jake's girl
Adam Arkin Don Partridge

Technical Credits
Drew Daywalt Director,Screenwriter
David Schneider Director,Screenwriter
Mairzee Almas Asst. Director
John Baldecchi Producer
Chris J. Ball Executive Producer
Lawrence Bender Executive Producer
Keith Brian Burns Production Designer
Chuck Cohen Cinematographer
John Digweed Score Composer
Junichi Hosoi Camera Operator
Dale Jahraus Camera Operator
Allison Jones Casting
Patrick Kiely Associate Producer
Alisa Krost Costumes/Costume Designer
Gordon MacDonald Asst. Director
Cheryl Marion Art Director
Nick Muir Score Composer
Sean Osmack Asst. Director
Nicole Pennington Associate Producer
Aaron Ryder Executive Producer
Tracy Traeger Production Manager
William Tyrer Executive Producer
Ricardo Viñas Musical Direction/Supervision
Dara Weintraub Co-producer
Hughes Winborne Editor

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title/The Heist [5:27]
2. Breaking Laws [2:35]
3. Review With the Crew [4:54]
4. Fortunes by Mr. Gregory [3:33]
5. Rave 'Til Dawn [5:17]
6. The 4 Elements [5:02]
7. Lucky Silver Dollar [3:30]
8. Truth or Dare and Snake Problems [5:05]
9. Master and Slave [5:29]
10. Express Yourself [5:27]
11. Lights, Camera, Seizure! [3:05]
12. Gettin' Dim Sum [5:14]
13. Music to Our Ears [4:44]
14. I Wanna Get Nasty! [3:11]
15. Success [4:41]
16. Jin Sun [3:16]
17. Fortune Fish Says... [4:32]
18. Nature Special Discussion [5:51]
19. Out of Options [2:49]
20. Explosive Measures [3:24]
21. Ever Had Your Fortune Told? [2:07]
22. Sayonara [4:37]
23. A Good Night After All [2:10]
24. End Credits [4:39]

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Stark Raving Mad 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
xander61 More than 1 year ago
This is about how far one man will go to set things right
Guest More than 1 year ago
I rented this one last night because nothing else looked good. I hadn't heard of this Seann william Scott Film, nor of the directors Daywalt and Schneider, but I had heard of the producers -- who were the guys who not only did Pulp Fiction, but also the folks that brought us Memento, so I decided to give it a try. Well I'm not sure what happened to this film after it was made, but it was certainly not intended for direct to DVD. Let me just say that it was a FANTASTIC film. The screenplay was strong, the main character was a new kind of strong jawed hero for Seann Scott to be playing, ( and he did it quite successfully, I might add), the characters were hysterical when they needed to be, and dangerous when they needed to be. The editing was MTV style, but not in your face or over the top like in LOCK STOCK, SNATCH or CONFIDENCE - this was more justified and stylized - more like FIGHTCLUB I guess, than any other film. the cinematography was awesome, and when I listened to the commentary track with the two directors and Seann Scott, they mentioned that the whole film was done in 21 days. Kudos to them, because this little underdog of a film is an awesome find, and a testament to the fact that just because a film doesn't have powerhouse marketing behind it, does not mean it's not a great little film. I've seen a few other reviews unfavorably comparing it to PULP FICTION and SNATCH and while it doesn't hold up to PF, how could it? Pulp fiction was one of the greatest films of the 20th century. And it's far better than SNATCH, which had only it's editing to hold it up and no really challenging or interesting characters. SRM is the directors' first film and it's darn good on it's own merits. Do yourself a favor and rent this one. It's a joy and a nice surprise. FOUR OUT OF FIVE STARS overall and FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS for a direct to DVD. This film really delivers.