Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (UK BD) in May

Fox Home Entertainment have announced the UK Region B DVD release of Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem on 12th May 2008. This sequel directed by The Brothers Strause picks up immediately after the events of the 2004 film with the Predator giving birth to the crossbreed ‘PredAlien’ shortly before the ship crashes into a small Colorado town. Caught in between the invasion of the Aliens and a new ruthless and methodical Predator, a group of townspeople must join forces to stop the infestation before the military obliterates the town to contain the outbreak.

Arriving day-and-date the two-disc Blu-ray Disc release features the extended version of the film which boasts over seven minutes of additional unseen footage including large helpings of violence and gore.

All extras from the DVD release are carried over and include:

  • Commentary with Director Colin and Greg Strause and Producer John Davis
  • Commentary by special effects designers Tom Woodruff and Alec Gillis
  • Prepare for the War: The Making of AVP 2 (15:00)
  • Fight to the finish: The making of AVP 2 (15:00)
  • AVP2: The nightmare returns: Creating the Aliens (7:26)
  • Crossbreed: The Predalien (10:00)
  • Building the Predator Homeworld (10:00)
  • AVP2: Science of the hunter (10:41)
  • Stills Galleries:
    • Designing the predator (16 Stills)
    • Designing the Alien (10 Stills)
    • Designing the Pred Alien (19 Stills)
    • On set: The rooftop (16 Stills)
    • On set: The sewer (16 Stills)
    • On set: The hive (10 Stills)
    • On set: Cast and crew (30 Stills)

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