Columbia Tristar's Collector's Edition of Ghostbusters succeeds on every level. The film is remastered in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Digital sound, but the supplements are the real treasure. The entertaining and humorous audio commentary track with Harold Ramis, Ivan Reitman, and Joe Medjuck utilizes a new feature that allows the viewer to see the commentators pointing at the screen as silhouettes and is well worth an extra two hours. The disc also features three featurettes, each under 15 minutes long. Both the original featurette produced in 1984 and a newly produced production documentary for the DVD are fun to watch, but the time limits don't allow either to truly delve into details. Instead, the most in-depth featurette about the making of the film is the SFX-team documentary. As for deleted scenes, most are unfinished and fail to add anything to the film, but it's still fun to see the stuff that was left on the cutting room floor. In addition to trailers, production photos, and conceptual drawings, the disc also provides a split-screen comparison between some of the major sequence storyboards and the end product. A similar feature uses the multi-angle device to toggle between before-and-after effects shots. Finally, the disc includes many DVD-ROM features, including games, web links, and a printable original screenplay. One of the best DVDs on the market in terms of supplements, Ghostbusters will exhaust even the most devoted fan.