Three part question: What was the first movie commentary track you listened to from a DVD/Blu? What are some of your favorite movie commentary tracks? It can be from ANY genre. Doesn't have to be just horror. If any, what commentaries would you rate poorly and suggest to not bother with? I'm asking to get ideas on ones to listen too. Myself I really don't use that special feature on DVD/Blu all that often. Nothing against them at all, but sometimes time is of issue, and if I'm gonna spend the 2 hours, I'm gonna take just watching the movie normally rather than with the different audios. Sometimes I switch over on specific scenes. I'll rewind then watch a scene again to see if the audio track mentions anything. For me, my first commentary I listened to was Urban Legend (1988) It was for no particular reason other than trying out the new feature. If I remember correctly, it was the director alone and he was extremely informative. Great insights to making the film, plus he had a good recording voice which was a plus. My favorite (again, like I said I don't listen to many) was for the film Used Cars (1980) It's Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, and Kurt Russell. Dare I say it's as funny as the movie. The three of them were cracking up reminiscing about the filming of the movie. The littlest funny details that Russell was doing in scenes brings a new insight when watching the film again. What say you?