Easter egg: Once you're in the Main Menu, highlight the option where it says "Don't watch this". Then, using the directional arrows, press Down, and then Down again. You'll notice the pointer on the screen will dissappear. Then, press the Select button on your remote. Watch this AFTER seeing the whole movie, otherwise it won't have an effect on you.
Easter egg: On the Main Menu, when Scooby-Doo is startled by the ghost and he drops the Scooby Snack in his mouth, highlight it and then press Enter. This will access a short featurette on how it rained on set, during filming. Also, on the Special Features' second page, hit left on your remote and the sign with "Zoinks" under it will light up, then hit Enter.
Easter egg: On Disc 2 of the limited edition DVD, select the Clock icon on the main menu. When you get a series of questions, pick C for all of them, until you get 4 pics of a woman changing her tire, then put the pics in reverse order. If done right, the credits will start to play backwards, then the movie plays in the correct order with the phone call scenes being first.Sam Johnson
Easter egg: Go to the page for scenes 13-16. After you wait for a while,(Note: a lot of patience is required to find this) a 17th scene will appear. Click on it and it will take you to a page with secret military files. Unfortunately, only three of them actually work. Only time will tell how to access the other ones.Brad
Easter egg: On the three-disc special edition, there are 3 hidden features. On Disc 2, enter the 'Production' menu, then highlight main menu and press right to highlight a hidden symbol. On the same disc, in 'Pre-Production', go into 'Prep', highlight 'Safe Cracking School' and press right. On Disc 3, go to the fourth page of 'Visual Effects', highlight 'CGI Propane Tank' and press right.
Easter egg: At the main menu, press enter on Play. You will then be given a choice to either watch the movie with just one random ending or all three endings. Choose to watch the movie with one random ending and press enter. Note: The entire movie from this point must be watched from beginning to end. When the movie ends and the main menu reappears, press down on the control three times and the little magnifying glass will turn green. Press enter and you can then choose which ending you want to see.
Easter egg: On Disc 2, go to the Chamber Challenge in Activities and the narrator says something about a secret passage. Well, at the start instead of clicking the center forward arrow, be quick and press 'LEFT' on your remote, then it reveals the secret passage. On the U.S. release press 'LEFT' and then press 'UP' and again it shows the secret passage, bypassing the questions.
Easter egg: On the Dogma Special Edition DVD Disc One Go to "Select Scene". Hit More until you're at the last page. Hit the number "3" twice on your remote control, then sit back and watch "How Jay thinks Kevin directs" acted out by Jay and Silent Bob action figures, controlled by Jay. Disc 2: Select Deleted Scenes Hit More until you're at the the last page Hit the number 2 and then 4 on your remote control then sit back and watch "How Keven thinks Jay Acts" as acted out by the Jay and Silent Bob action Figures, as moved by Kevin Smith.NOTE: You may have to hit 'ENTER' after each number on some players.
Easter egg: Take the paper DVD cover out of the plastic sleeve and you will see four numbers. Go to interactive mode, enter this number and you will have access to the entire movie from the film-makers view, including deleted scenes.
Easter egg: On the 2-disc Collector's Edition, on the first page of the "Bonus Features" highlight "The Book Of Secrets On Location". Press the right arrow button, then the up arrow button twice on the remote and a small figurehead appear on the lower right hand side of the doorway. Press the "Enter" button and enjoy.
Easter egg: On the Collector's Edition Series DVD, go to the Bonus Material menu. Click on the More button, then scroll down to highlight the brown box and press Enter. M. Night Shyamalan will show you a clip of another horror movie he made.