Freyr’s review published on Letterboxd:
I haven't had much of a physical film collection in a long time, but I mentioned that I was interested in starting to pick up some for the sake of commentaries and special features that you typically don't get just from streaming services. Well, once I finally got back home and had my late Xmas, I was pretty well spoiled with a stack of blu-rays for great movies. And of course of those I had to start with my favorite.
So this was a commentary watch, featuring Craven, Langenkamp, Saxon, and Haitkin. A pretty straight forward commentary, with a few neat tidbits, though most of it familiar enough considering how many times I've seen the film, and other bit of research/behind the scenes features I've looked at before. It was interesting to revisit some of the alternate endings.