For people who love films, it's a great time to be alive... I've bought more than 200 DVDs in 2001 and have started to see an interesting trend in my buying habits... I can name several discs I've picked up in the last year that I really did buy JUST for the supplements. We're given more access to the world of filmmaking than ever before, what with all the great documentaries and supplemental material out there. Some say (and I understand the sentiment) that this diminishes the "magic" of the movies themselves, but I love getting inside the filmmaker's mind and seeing their motivations and methods. For instance, I can't watch "The Exorcist," often; in fact, I may never watch it again. But I love the DVD for the excellent doc, "Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist," which I can watch again and again. As much as I love "Magnolia," I just can't always find three plus hours to watch the movie. But the most excellent documentary on the DVD is watchable again and again, as well. Same for "Carrie," "Dressed to Kill," "The Abyss," and "Phantom Menace" (something about Lucas and Speilberg looking at that droid and acting like kids in a toy store just makes me smile). Anyway, just wondered if anyone else feels this way, and has recommendations for other discs that offer that kind of insight into filmmaking.