Tyrese Gibson (Four Brothers, 2 Fast 2 Furious) stars in a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde story ignites an explosive Los Angeles crime wave in a desperate race to save a child's life in Rogue Pictures' Waist Deep, coming to DVD on 26th March 2007 from Universal Pictures (UK).
The sizzling cast of this riveting contemporary action thriller includes Meagan Good (Roll Bounce, Brick), Larenz Tate (Crash, Ray) and multi-platinum rapper The Game, in his feature film debut. Director and writer Vondie Curtis Hall (Redemption: The Stan "Tookie" Williams Story) has created a hard-hitting thriller with enough attitude and suspense to keep viewers on the edge of their seats straight through to the spectacular finale. The DVD is loaded with pulse-pounding bonus features and an off-the-hook soundtrack featuring the hottest new songs from some of today's most popular music artists.
Waist Deep is the gripping story of a man in a desperate race against the clock to save his young son. Ex-con O2 (Tyrese Gibson) is a single father trying to make good for the sake of his son. When his vehicle is carjacked with his boy inside, O2 must forsake the law to rescue his son from his kidnapper a ruthless drug lord (The Game) who has a penchant for lopping off limbs. Determined to rescue his child, O2 will try anything, even if it means igniting an all-out gang war.
Waist Deep pumps up the non-stop action with electrifying, exclusive-to-DVD extras and knockout bonus features
- Going Deep: Analysis of a Scene - Follow the intense preparation for the crucial car-jacking scene. Waist Deep director Vondie Curtis Hall works with the film's star, stunt coordinator and director of photography to choreograph the heart-stopping action
- Drive-By Filmmaking - An insider's look at the techniques used by filmmakers to create heart-pumping driving scenes and death-defying chases
- Bad Girl - Black Buddafly teams up with hip-hop royalty Fabolous in this dazzling music video
- Plus exclusive additional scenes not shown in theaters!
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.