I have it, the Highlander R2 DVD.
Ok, I'm, not really a reviewer so I'll just point things out from a viewer's point of view.
The DVD Comes in a Transparent Amaray Keep Case. The Transparency is used to it's full effect as the jacket is printed
on both sides, looks very nice.
When loading the DVD it does something I've never actually seen before on a DVD, which is to ask you which language
you want the menu to be. Menu languages include French, English, Spanish and Italian. All the menus are animated and
include some action sequences from the film. They are nicely done.
The extra features on the disc include Filmographies of Christopher Lambart, Sean Connery and Russel Mulcahy which
reach up to 2000. Additional features include a Trailer, Posters, Posters Projects, Photo Gallery and an 8 minute French
(english subbed) Interview with Christopher Lambart which for some strange reason can't be seeked?!.
The movie itself defaults to French subs (Dutch subs are also optional), but luckily enough, they are not forced and
can be disabled. The video itself seems to be anamorphic widescreen, but it's slightly shrunk, giving a black border,
presumably to combat overscan, although personally, I would prefer the extra pixels to go towards video.
The Video and Audio quality can not be compared to the R1 release as it's the R1 release was the worst DVD ever
released (quality wise). The quality in the R2 release is good. It's not reference quality, but it's quite nice.
In conclusion, if you've been waiting for a good version of this film on DVD and you can play Region 2, go for it.
The link above points to BlackStar which has it for sale at £11.69 with free shipping world wide.