The DVD special features include "The Making of Tucker and Dale vs. Evil." Director Eli Craig and co-writer Morgan Jurgenson discuss making the film; there is some commentary going on between Labine and Tudyk during the movie closing credits, poking fun at the individuals who were part of the filmmaking process delivering witty quips at the cast and crew. There's a hilarious “outtake” option, where you have the opportunity to view the actors miss a few lines in a couple of the scenes; including hearing planes flying over and disrupting the set; and Labine enduring take after take eating pickled eggs when he eventually begins to gag on them. The “storyboards” section of the DVD features a total of 97 of the film’s storyboard drawings, and is displayed in a comic book format. In order to flip through the pages, all you have to do is use your television remote left and right guide buttons to flip through the pages. In addition, the theatrical trailer for the film and the HDNet: A Look at Tucker and Dale vs. Evil; which is similar to the “making of” Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.
Overall, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is an excellent and absolutely hilarious horror-comedy that satisfies even the most skeptical horror-movie fanatic in more ways than one. It is an "intelligent" spoof of other genre horror's like Friday the 13th, Evil Dead, Deliverance, and possibly Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It is a refreshing take on the hillbilly-horror genre—if there is such a thing. There is something for everyone to enjoy, because the script is extremely well written and the stunt scenes well executed. Even the acting is absolutely brilliant, and it is rare to see a comedy horror film that actually does what it sets out to to—deliver a decent amount of laughs, with satisfying thrills and chills.