Audio: Where the video is lacking the audio is quite good. The film is presented in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and sounds good. The soundtrack never overpowers the dialogue, nor interferes with it. You can understand each actor’s lines, and can distinguish each of them.
Where the first Blu-ray had no extras, this edition is loaded with them, with the majority coming from the Predator DVD.
“If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It: The Making of Predator” is a behind the scenes featurette that's a mixture of footage from filming back in 1986 and the retrospective shot in 2001; very interesting and the cast and crew are well represented here.
“Inside The Predator” is a collection of short featurettes which cover stunts, the box office draw of Arnold, the makeup used, the location, the character design, a tribute to Kevin Peter Hall who played the Predator, and the Gatling gun Jesse Ventura uses.
“Short Takes” are mini-featurettes which cover director John McTiernan talking about the shoot, how Jesse Ventura joined the cast, pranks pulled on Schwarzenegger, and more.
“Special Effects” covers the special effects used in the film, including what the Predator looks like without the effects.
“Deleted Scenes and Outtakes” have some goofs by the cast as well as some scenes trimmed for time.
There are also two commentaries. The first is commentary with director John McTiernan which has some good sections, but there are long pauses which take you out of it. McTiernan could have benefited from a co-commentator to play off of.
The second commentary is a subtitle track by Eric Lichtenfeld who interviews a good number of behind the scenes people. The interview provides a good deal of insight about the making of the film and is much better than the audio commentary.
New to the release is a trailer for the soon to be released Predators, “Predator: Evolution of a Species: Hunters of Extreme Perfection” which has Predators producer John Davis talking about the Predator series with Predators director Nimrod Antal and producer Robert Rodriguez about the series' impact and popularity over the years.
The bottom line is this is a cash-grab by Fox, and not worth purchasing. With 2012 being the film’s 25th anniversary and Fox’s penchant for re-releases, maybe we’ll get lucky and get a 25th anniversary edition that looks as good as it sounds. But then again 2012 is when the world is supposed to end according to the Mayans, so we might be out of luck.