Dark Harbor is another in a long series of psychological thrillers that does little to thrill. The film stars Alan Rickman (Die Hard) and Polly Walker (Enchanted April) as David and Alexis Weinberg, a British couple in Maine who help out a mysterious stranger (Norman Reedus) during a rainstorm. Nothing is thought of this encounter until later on when the three meet again. David and Alexis welcome the man into their home, but (surprise) he quickly proves to be a threat to the couple's well-being. Director Adam Coleman Howard has put together a dreary film that tries to stimulate the adrenal glands, but the story is void of any real surprises. Even Rickman who usually makes any role he's in enjoyable can't muster enough excitement to save this excursion. Artisan's DVD of Dark Harbor includes a screen-specific commentary by director Howard, who analyzes each scene and explainds what each shot represents (let it be known: a little of this goes a long way). The film is presented in a full frame format (1.33:1), with audio in DD 5.1 or 2.0 Dolby Surround. Trailer, cast and crew information. Keep-case.