The Julianne Moore sci-fi melodrama The Forgotten comes to DVD in a fairly packed version thanks to Columbia TriStar. Included are two versions of the film, the theatrical version and an extended cut that features two deleted scenes and an alternate ending. Comparing two alternate cuts of a film is always an interesting exercise, especially when the movie was given such a lukewarm reaction upon its release. What the extended cut adds is a bit more genuine mystery and a nice emotional beat for its two stars. Additionally, the alternate ending doesn't quite take the scary road that the theatrical cut did, but it does deliver a more solid ending that doesn't feel quite as forced as the latter. Thankfully, the disc's producers have included a commentary from the director Joseph Ruben and the writer Gerald Di Pego, whose track covers everything from the inspiration for the script all the way through the story behind the reshot ending. The deleted scenes are available as a separate option and are indeed worth checking out (especially the Anthony Edwards part -- spooky!). A 20-minute making-of also sheds more light on the production, the most interesting of which concerns many of the film's shocking moments, which are detailed here by the talented FX staff. A behind-the-scenes featurette has been supplied as well, with interviews from the actors as well as on-set footage in the New York City shoot. Finally, both the teaser and theatrical previews can be found in the trailers section, along with trailers for other Sony DVDs and theatrical releases. The Forgotten has been given a stellar 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer with separate English, French, and Thai 5.1 Dolby Digital tracks to highlight the image. Well worth taking a look at for fans of the film or anyone else who was tantalized by the fine trailer.