This review solely focuses on the product, and not the film. The steel case is great, nice artwork and includes both Blu-ray and dvd inside. What it does not show you here, however, is the rather clumsy idea of sticking a piece of glossy paper onto the steel case, with what should normally be, easy-to-remove glue. The stuff they attach your new debit/credit cards to, on the letters. However, my experience was a mess. Firstly, you cannot open the case, without first removing the paper. So after removing it, and if you do without tearing it, it ends up being folded and put inside the booklet, unless you have otherwise scrapped it.
On it, is the product andmovie description, normally found on the back of a standard dvd print. But 'Arrow Films' didn't think this through with the steel case. I had to use 'Turps' or white spirit to remove the excess glue from the case, and it worked a treat. Do not try to scrape the glue off, otherwise you risk scratching the artwork printed on the steel case. Use a damp cloth and white spirit.