So many great shots you can watch it on mute
Watched with DVD commentary, which in this case came in the form of subtitles rather than a voiceover track. But the voice of the subtitles wasn't that of the cast or crew. More like an ethereal QT superfan.
My favorite part when the captions pleaded for the "many positive values" of the movie just in time to align onscreen with Peter Greene's proclamation to "bring out the gimp."
To their credit, the captions also informed me that Roger Avery wrote The Gold Watch section! How did I not know this?