Movie- 8/10 As you probably know Squirm is "That" killer worm flick, and while a bit dated in some aspects others seem as fresh now as they will ever be. A great creature feature with top notch acting and FX by guru Rick Baker. Squirm is worth a blind buy even if you havent seen it. A great night in! Picture- 8/10 While I fear the 1.85:1 OAR on presentation here seems to be masking off a little information from the bottom and a larger piece of the top while adding only a sliver to the sides, it is still miles ahead of any previous incarnation with minimal grain, most natural grain appears in the night scenes while all other appears in the stock footage as it was originally presented. Sound- 7/10 While only served in mono the audio is still fairly active and at all times remains crisp and clear, a nice presentation although a 5.1 remix would not of went astray. Extras- 7/10 Not to heavy in this department but what we get is solid enough and the commentary track is gold. The trailer is pretty standard stuff and while an effective piece of marketing it was still fairly bland and the accompanying tv spot seems to be just the trailer shortened to half. The commentary is superb and really warrants maybe more than a few listens. Lieberman starts off with a classic quote where he seems pretty pissed about "mystery space science show 2000 or whatever that thing was called" and really sets the tone for the rest of the commentary track, discussing lots of interesting trivia (Kim Bassinger and Sylvester Stallone were originally cast) and goes fairly indepth on the filmmaking process while not getting boring. Overall- 8/10 A great disc and hats off once again to MGM who are really beginning to shine! -Stay tuned for "Of Unknown Origin"