- Commentary #1 features director Steven Brill and co-writer Tim Herlihy.
- Commentary #2 features host Michael McKean and a roster of cast members, including Henry Winkler, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Nealon, and Ozzy Osbourne.
- "Adam Sandler Goes to Hell" (32:24, SD) is the making-of for "Little Nicky," featuring interviews with director Steven Brill, visual effects supervisors David Sosalla, Marc Kolbe, and John Sullivan, digital effects supervisor Rocco Passionino, production designer Perry Blake, makeup effects supervisor Howard Berger, lighting supervisor Betsy Asher Hall, animation supervisor Erik-Jan De Boer, costume designers Ellen Lutter and Ann Pala, animal stunt coordinator Steve Berens, and actors Rhys Ifans, Tommy Lister Jr., Ozzy Osbourne, Allen Covert, Adam Sandler, Blake Clark, Kevin Nealon, and Patricia Arquette. The broheim atmosphere of the shoot is examined, with Sandler trying to work in as many friends as possible, including Dana Carvey, who broke his foot on his last day. Thespian attitudes are analyzed, along with production design achievements, with the moviemakers trying to take the look of Hell seriously, turning to fine art and heavy metal album covers for inspiration. Heaven is visited as well, with the buttercream wonderland inspired by birthday cake designs. Visual effects are examined, with the production using a lot of different techniques to depict other worlds and strange happenings. Costume design efforts are celebrated, with the team managing looks for angels and demons, along with Nicky's goofball appearance. Also investigated is the work put into the creation of Mr. Beefy, with the dog a combination of trained animal and CGI augmentation.
- Deleted, Extended, and Alternate Scenes (18:24, SD) are offered.
- "Satan's Top Forty" (17:38, SD) examines the iconography and history of heavy metal, offering interviews from rock historian Greg Burk, musicians Gene Simmons, Zakk Wylde, Ronnie James Dio, and Ozzy Osbourne, production designer Perry Blake, and actors Allen Covert, Adam Sandler, Peter Dante, Jonathan Loughran, and Kevin Nealon.
- Theatrical Trailer (2:24, SD)