In your expert (or not-so-expert) opinion, what are some of the most underrated DVDs out there now. That is, some great titles that you just don't seem to hear much about, but yet have a lot to offer. I have a few that might qualify as underrated or overlooked...... > Fail-Safe ... Has a Lumet commentary, orig. documentary, anamorphic transfer, plus some rather oddball subtitles you don't see on many discs (this is important to many people). > When Harry Met Sally ... Rob Reiner commentary; new featurette; added footage; 16x9 enhanced; plus a music video. And: one of the cheapest DVDs out there. Can't beat this one for the $$! > Stand By Me ... Also with a Reiner commentary (so it must be good ); music video; anamorphic; nice documentary; and an isolated music track. Another winner for me. > Dressed To Kill (1980) ... Anamorphic 2.35:1; several featurettes/docs.; animated photo gallery; multiple versions of film on disc; great price for what you get here. > The Old Dark House ... I love this 1932 horror classic! Good transfer for such an oldie; 2 commentary tracks included; plus a gallery. "Have a potato." > Pit & The Pendulum and Fall Of The House Of Usher (from "Midnite Movies" series) ... Good transfers and a Roger Corman commentary for each film; plus trailers. Two of my favorites. Who else shares my thoughts about the above discs? And what other discs would you add to this list?