The Call is a thriller film that follows LAPD 9-1-1 operator Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) when she takes a call from abducted teenager Casey Welson (Abigail Breslin). In the ensuing action, Turner becomes obsessed with finding Welson, going above and beyond the call of duty to track her down and save her from her deranged abductor (Michael Eklund).

This fast-paced film is coming to DVD on June 25, it is totally worth the buy - even if you have already seen the film while it was playing in theaters. Besides the film’s intense sequences and incredibly talented stars, the DVD offers a full-length commentary with Berry, Breslin and the filmmakers as well as a featurette on the making of the film.

In “Emergency Procedure: Making the Film,” screenwriter Richard D’Ovidio talks about where he came up with the film’s unique plot, as well as how The Call was originally going to be a television series. The filmmakers also discuss what it was like to film a good portion of the movie inside the trunk of a car. The movie’s cast and crew are also asked who they would most like to be stuck in a trunk with.

The full-length commentary offers an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at how all of the film’s details were handled. Breslin and Berry talk about how they became interested in the film as well as how they communicated during the trunk scenes. The cast and crew also discuss the film’s various stunts, including the one in which a man catches on fire. Lastly, the filmmakers debate the ending of the film, which was quite controversial throughout production.

Want even more? The Blu-ray Combo Pack also features an alternate ending to the film, deleted and extended scenes, Eklund’s audition tape, a set tour and more stunt breakdowns.

The Call releases on DVD June 25, 2013.