What’s the worst DVD commentary track ever recorded? Obviously a subjective call, but Rate That Commentary hands the booby prize to the usually very well-spoken William Friedkin and his commentary on Warner Home Video’s The Exorcist: The Version You’ve Never Seen, which came out in June 2004. Odd…Friedkin is usually very good on the mike. “A slow and uninformative comentary…one of the worst,” “the worst…non-informative and boring…the director is clearly uninspired [and] just describes the events we can see for ourselves. Actually, he also spends a lot of time in silence,” and”I don’t understand why this is the worst commentary ever! Was Friedkin forced into doing it? His commentaries for French Connection and Exorcist (original version) are excellent. Avoid this at all costs, unless you need a cure for insomnia.” I mention this only because Rate That Commentary is worthy scanning from time to time.