The Michael Keaton supernatural thriller White Noise makes its way to living rooms everywhere with this DVD release from Universal Home Entertainment. Containing an anamorphic 2.35:1 widescreen version of the film (also available in fullscreen format) and 5.1 Dolby Digital English and Spanish audio tracks, the movie not only looks and sounds great, but the disc comes complete with a slew of fine extra features as well. Three featurettes are presented, all having to do with the real event known as E.V.P. (Electronic Voice Phenomenon). First off is "Making Contact," an eight-minute special that introduces the viewer to the experts in the field as they discuss the phenomenon and the community that has come together because of it. The second two featurettes focus on a husband-and-wife team who first teach you how to record your own E.V.P. experiences, while the second clip presents supposed real accounts in the "Hearing Is Believing: Actual E.V.P. Sessions." Twelve throwaway deleted scenes are also included, as well as an audio commentary with director Geoffrey Sax and star Michael Keaton (his first, for those that are counting). The DVD should please the fans of the film by not only presenting the film in a stellar fashion, but by giving the audience clues into the phenomenon that sparked the production.