Warner Brothers presents Constantine The House Of Mystery on Blu-ray in a 1080p high definition transfer framed at 1.78.1 widescreen. As you'd expect for a brand new animated feature there's not a trace of damage or dirt to find, the image is spotless (save for the Blue Beetle short where there's some fake grain and minor damage added to create that sixties/seventies cartoon aesthetic). There are no noticeable compression artifacts on the disc at all and some scenes really exhibit some excellent depth. Black levels are nice and colors are beautifully reproduced here. No complaints, the four different shorts on this disc all look great.
"Constantines" is an interesting featurette where we learn about Christopher Lee's first meeting with producer Richard Donner (what a coincidence!) and the early stages of the project in New York. It's a good insight into how an idea can grow and how you can leave your mark on a project no matter how small or small it may be. This is just a good side story "in-between" material and a good if brief diversion. Not too many extras at all here.
"Constantines: The Evolution" (52:00) shows the creation of the animation style and the special effects, with the head of Warner animators showing just why it looks so good. It's a fascinating look into the creative process. d2c66b5586