Fox has a delivered a package for its release of Damien: Omen II that is likely to please fans of the series. This disc benefits from an excellent transfer of the film that boasts an anamorphic widescreen image and a new stereo remix of its soundtrack. The image delivers the film's impressive scope in a vivid, colorful fashion and the new Dolby Surround 2.0 soundtrack makes great use of Jerry Goldsmith's throbbing, gothic musical score. The DVD also features a commentary track by the film's producer, Harvey Bernhard. His comments are dry and offer little insight into artistic matters, but he does provide a wealth of detail about the making of the film. Issues he covers include: locations (the majority of the film was shot on-location); the planning behind making a trilogy of Omen films; and what led to the firing of the film's initial director, Mike Hodges. The remainder of the extras consist of trailers for each Omen film, plus a collection of "Fox Flix" trailers for films like Alien and The Fly. The package is rounded out by stylish menus with creepy visuals that are bolstered by bits of Goldsmith's haunting musical score. All in all, Damien: Omen II is a solid DVD likely to please horror fanatics.