Anchor Bay and The Weinstein Company reels Piranha 3DD in via a Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy bundle that presents the movie in truly stellar-looking transfer. Unfortunately, the disc's bright colors, strong contrast, and positively sharp detail are so fine, that the abysmal CGI stands out like, well, piranhas in a water park. Likewise, the DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack delivers — though there's only so much I could take of the screaming and horrid contemporary soundtrack. English (SDH) and Spanish subtitles are available for those wishing to confirm the dialogue they hear is as bad as they think it is.
Special features include an audio commentary by three of the production crew's biggest offenders (Gulager, Dunstan, and co-writer/producer Joel Soisson), deleted scenes, and a number of behind-the-scenes ditties about the making of the film from the perspective of its cast and crew. The most interesting item overall here — quite possibly on the entire disc itself — is a collage of material from Mr. Gary Busey himself. Looking even more whacked-out than ever, the deranged performer blathers on about whatever it is he's talking about. This is followed by a completely-unrelated short film, A Lesson with John by Michael Ratner, wherein a bratty lad (Ratner) gets schooled in tennis by John McEnroe. It's funnier than it sounds, as Ratner clearly had a good idea, but absolutely no clue how to make it funny (McEnroe cussing up a storm just doesn't cut it).
So, if I total up the scores correctly here, it would seem that the only reason to check out Piranha 3DD is to see Gary Busey's outtakes. If you have a morbid fascination for the dwindling actor, I'd suggest you rent the disc. Otherwise, avoid it like you should have done with most of Gulager's other movies.