"I see a great DVD!" is what viewers are likely to say about the feature-packed Hollywood Video's Collector's Edition Series DVD of The Sixth Sense. The disk presents the film in a 1.85:1 widescreen format specially enhanced for 16x9 televisions. The soundtrack, in 5.1 Surround Sound, practically roars off the disk, adding a special jolt to the sudden shudders and shocks of the film. But what really makes the disk stand out is the roster of special features included on it. These include a storyboard to film comparison, biographies of the actors and filmmakers, deleted scenes from the film, a conversation with Director M. Night Shyamalan, and several others. Perhaps the most fascinating feature, however, is called "Rules and Clues." It concerns how the filmmakers used certain objects and scenes in the film to plant clues as to the eventual twist ending. It is almost guaranteed to have viewers bemusedly nodding their heads at the wealth of clues that were placed in plain sight, only to be ignored in favor of concentrating on the movie's riveting plot. Like the movie itself, this DVD will keep viewers in their seats until the very end.