An old movie on DVD that I haven't watched for a while is Return to OZ. Not since I've had a sub-woofer anyway. Near the beginning where Dorothy is running away from the Doctor's mansion and she falls into the river, a pipe organ is playing some very low notes. I was surprised by all of the bass on this disc.
Walter Murch directed this movie, and if you're not familiar with him, he's far better known as film editor and sound designer. He basically invented surround sound when he did the sound design on Apocalypse Now, so it's no surprise a movie he made would contain a wide ranging soundtrack.
If you are familiar with him, then everything I said above is redundant.