I already had the DVD copy of this film, which I upgraded from a VHS copy I recorded from television when I was younger. And I didn't consider whether it was worth double dipping for the Blu-Ray release. Amazing film.
For those of you hoping for a crystal clear picture, I am afriad, you will be disappointed. There is some improvement on the picture quality but it is not dramatic. But for me, a film like this retains its charm with a bit of grain here and there.
A few colours seem more vibrant in certain scenes and the train and its billowing smoke seem to be the centre piece and appear remarkably crisp.
Well worth picking up for the picture in picture commentary featuring Rob Reiner, Wil Wheaton and Corey Feldman - it comes with a quick introduction, where the actors meet each other for the first time in 15 or so years.
Great package. Although could have done with a few more retrospective documentaries, etc.