Deep in the jungle, several bodies have been discovered skinned and hanging from trees β although who or what could have done this is a mystery. Military covert specialist Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and his team are called in to eliminate the threat, but once in the heart of the menacing jungle, they discover something far worse than they could ever have imagined β the Predator β an alien which has come to Earth with cloaking technology, extensive combat skills and a desire to hunt humans for sport.
**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**Predator: Evolution of a Species β Hunters of Extreme Perfection
**Audio Commentary by Director John McTiernan
**Text Commentary by Film Historian Eric Lichtenfeld
**If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It: The Making of Predator
**Inside the Predator Featurettes
**Special Effects Featurettes
**Short Takes with the Filmmakers
**Deleted Scenes and Outtakes
**Photo Gallery and Predator Profile
**Sneak Peek at the new Predators
Cast & Crew
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem is a B movie that truly earns its B.
Occasionally, the filmmakers reveal a cheeky willingness to upend genre conventions, particularly when bending the rules regarding who lives and who dies in this sort of pic.
It may not be classic sci-fi like the original Alien, which it has in its DNA, but it's a perfectly respectable next step in the series.