November 20, 2012 at 03:31 PM EST

“The first film was kind of confusing, in the sense that you’re caught between a rock and a hard place, or it’s a feathered fish.” That’s Sylvester Stallone talking about 2010’s The Expendables, which he directed and co-wrote, and which features a weird mixture of fraternal backslapping, Tears of the Sun-style heroism, and the curious fact that Dolph Lundgren seems to magically come back to life just in time for the final scene. Stallone thinks that Expendables 2 got it right, as he explains in an exclusive video obtained for the sequel’s DVD release. The video also features humanity-proof-of-concept Dolph Lundgren talking about how the films compare to The Dirty Dozen, and Randy Couture genially explaining why people loved the movies’ locker-room talk. Watch below!

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