Attraction contains a decent collection of supplements that should please fans of the film. The major extra is a mediocre feature-length commentary from writer/director Russel DeGrazier, editor Glen Garland, and director of photography Michael Price. All three men offer some valuable insights to the story, with the most coming from DeGrazier. There are some significant pauses throughout the track, and certain parts are scene-specific. Another fairly unique addition is a series of interviews with the actors completely in character talking about the events in the story. This makes everything appear more natural and realistic, and explains certain actions by the characters during the film. The other major section includes interviews with DeGrazier, Mol, Samantha Mathis, and Matthew Settle. The entire collection runs for about eight minutes, and briefly covers each actor's reasons for interest in the story. A majority of the events in this film take place during the night hours, and this 1.85:1 widescreen transfer presents these scenes with a limited amount of grain or defects. However, there's very little in terms of exceptional images on this picture that stand out as memorable. Also, this Trimark release suffers from its non-anamorphic format in terms of its overall picture quality. During the louder, tense moments of Attraction, the 5.1-channel Dolby Digital transfer works nicely and carries a good deal of power. However, the sound balance on this track is terrible and forces numerous volume adjustments. The dialogue is extremely quiet in the front speakers, while the sound effects blare throughout the entire sound field.