It's been a while since I saw the first Final Destination, and I think probably my experience of FD2 was better for it. Very well made and executed.
The pace of the tension and "what's going to happen next" is kept up very well through the film inducing a sense of both fear and "rubber necking" fascination.
All in all, a good giggle and gore fest, though, thankfully not too much dodgy blood splatter - very authentic, even though sometimes unbelieveable deaths.
The DVD itself features 6.1 sound which, thanks to my friends I was able to enjoy - well worth it. The extras are a bit naff though, particulary the alternate scenes, though admitedly, I didn't watch these with commentary. There is an interesting feature on measuring the audiences reactions to the blood fest. Could have been better with actor interviews, funny outtakes etc.
All in all, a good laugh, though not a particularly intellectually stimulating or challenging film.