Here are permalinks to all the past DVD_TV "web extras" for anyone who just can't get enough:
How NYC Commuters Inspired Working Girl's Screenwriter
How Melanie Griffith Prepared to Play a Real 'Working Girl'
Working Girl Immortalizes the 'Staten Island Ferry Look'
Blazing Saddles Counters Racism with Shock and Love
On Writing Blazing Saddles: Five Heads Are Better Than One
The Accidental Casting of the Ideal 'Waco Kid'
The Hunt for Red October:
Tom Clancy on Writing The Hunt for Red October
The Hunt for Red October and the Storozhevoy Incident
Red October Succeeds Despite Glasnost and Perestroika
Field of Dreams:
The Legend of 'Shoeless' Joe Jackson
'Shoeless' Joe Jackson vs. Ty Cobb
The Fictional Afterlife of 'Moonlight' Graham
A Real Baseball Hero Inspires The Natural
Making Redford Into a "Natural" Baseball Player
Putting Together an All-Star Team
The Making of the Original Cape Fear
Scorsese & De Niro, Together Again
Remaking 'Max Cady,' De Niro-style
The Evolution of 'Batman'
Mike Uslan: The Godfather of the Batman Movie Franchise
Reinventing the Batsuit for the Modern Era
The Frankenstein Concept: An Idea Ripe for Parody
Gene Wilder & Mel Brooks: A Meeting of Two Crazy Minds
Marty Feldman: "Damn Your Eyes!"
Behind the Title of Girl, Interrupted
Ryder's Personal Motivations for Making Girl, Interrupted
Director James Mangold on Finding Inspiration at the Movies
Ferris Bueller's Day Off:
John Hughes on Speed-writing Ferris Bueller's Day Off
John Hughes on Shooting in Chicago
Ben Stein on the Discovery of Ben Stein
Scent of a Woman:
Bo Goldman's Personal Inspirations for Scent of a Woman
History of the "Hoo-ah!"
Al Pacino: A True Method Actor
And last but not least, DVD_TV is finally on the IMDb for anyone who wants to know who's behind the scenes!