The movie also fights for its right to party through the use of one of the coolest soundtracks this side of JoBlo's annual Disco Duck party, featuring the likes of David Bowie, Echo & The Bunnymen, Marvin Gaye and Lynyrd Skynyrd, among others. It also boasts a great supporting cast filled with high school nerds, high school jocks and a bunch of hot chicks in skimpy clothing. It actually made me even angrier about all the time I wasted hanging out with Indiana Sev in high school instead of nailing porn star neighbors, but that's all in the past now. The standout among the supporting cast was Chris Marquette as Matt's friend Eli. Exuding pure teenage horniness and spewing out the word "fuck" with an ability heretofore attributed only to Denis Leary, Marquette provides most of the comic relief during scenes not including Olyphant and gives the film that extra touch of teenage hormones. What all this means is that if you take all the elements mentioned above, that is hot girls, nerds and cool music, you've got yourself the makings of a good time at the home theater. Throw in some porn stars and whaddya know? You can even extend the fun past the movie's running time!
Full Length Trivia Track: A good complement to the commentary track, the trivia track runs some pop-up info at the bottom of the screen. Some of the facts are actually pretty interesting though, especially the one in which they mention exactly how many people are jerking off in theaters on average when Cuthbert unlaces her pants in a particular scene of the movie.
Scene Specific Commentary with Elisha Cuthbert or Emile Hirsch: Each of the actors discuss a few scenes in particular. Hirsch only goes through four and Cuthbert goes through five, but one of them is the one in which she discusses just how much clothing she was willing to take off during the movie.
The Eli Experience (8 mins.): This was pretty funny. It's basically a short video of Marquette running loose at an adult video convention and playing pranks on people. The funniest segment is one in which actor Matt 'Horshu' Wiese, who plays Mule in the movie, goes around the convention asking various men if they'll make love to him.
A Look Next Door (9 mins.): A fairly standard 'making of' featurette in which the main cast members and filmmakers give their two bits about the whole shebang.
Gag Reel and Deleted Scenes: Following a 3-minute long gag reel, you can watch a set of 16 deleted and extended scenes with optional commentary by director Greenfield. They're all pretty short and nothing to blow you away, but one of them is billed as the "original ending". That's a bit of a crock since it amounts to a five second clip of something that could have fit at the end of the movie, but that thankfully didn't.
The rest consists of throwaways like the Stills Gallery and some Trailers.