Sylvester Stallone's The Thing Just finished watching Sylvester Stallone's new movie "D-Tox" (R2). I thought it was good, could've been a lot better though, but still good. It reminded me of John Carpenter's "The Thing" with its remote and snowy Arctic-like locations. Horror fans will like it for this, I'm sure. It was nice to see Sly knee-deep in snow again (like in "Cliffhanger"), you don't see that too often. Actually, it didn't really have the feel of a Stallone movie, probably because he was more or less "just" part of an ensemble cast as opposed to being the usual overshadowing hero. As extras the DVD includes 8 short deleted scenes, but I don't think it makes any sense not to have them in the movie. At "only" 92 minutes they could easily have kept them in, but I think one scene in particular was shortened because it hinted on who the killer was. I think they should've kept this scene intact though. -Yes, it hinted at the killer's identity, but it might also have been perceived as "that's too easy" and have you look for another suspect; hence fooling you. I think they blew it by cutting this, and a couple of other scenes. A longer running time and Sly might've had a surprise hit on his hands; as it is now - I don't know. It co-stars Tom Berenger, Kris Kristofferson, Robert Prosky and Robert Patrick.