Blu-rays and DVDs seem to rarely, if ever, have trailers included on them anymore, and that's a damn shame. And why is that? Is it because the studios seem to be transitioning to the streaming model, where you wouldn't get the trailer anyway? Are they just lazy? I recently watched The Wolf of Wall Street on BD - one of last year's best and most critically acclaimed films, so you'd think the studio would want to at least include a trailer, but there was only a 17-minute puff piece on the film. I'm sure we all have a long list of titles from the past several years that don't include the trailer (and to be clear, I'm talking about the trailer to the film that's on the disc -- many have trailers for other, unrelated films), and I could cite many more examples. Lately, it seems only the major historical BDs and DVDs have trailers - box sets, or multi-disc sets of classic films. When the DVD format started, one of the greatest things about it was its archival nature. Trailers are a lot of fun for many reasons, not least of which is to see how the film was presented to audiences. In many cases, the trailer is the first communication that a movie has with its audience. Blu-rays, with their excess capacity, should easily have room for trailers of the film. I know in my house, we watch the trailer just before we watch the movie. I want the trailers back on the discs of the movies to which they belong! Bring 'em back!