Some new DVD News

Master Of Disguise
Following a mildly successful theatrical run this summer Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment will bow the very funny Dana Carvey comeback comedy The Master of Disguise on January 28th. Presented in both anamorphic widescreen and full screen transfers and English 5.1 Dolby surround, this one comes feature loaded, with an audio commentary by director David Blake and Carvey, the “Man of a Thousand Faces,” “Magic of Disguise” and “Identity Crisis” featurettes, deleted scenes and an alternate ending with new “Turtle Guy” intros, a music video, and trailers. Retail is $27.95.
Fricken’ Osbournes
The first season box set of The Osbournes, originally planned for a holiday release, will finally hit stores on March 4th. Although Buena Vista Home Entertainment has not yet released official specs on the set, word is to expect each episode in its original 4:3 original broadcast aspect ratio, audio tracks sans all the #$%@! bleeping, and extras including four bonus episodes and a drinking game! Stay tuned for full specs and retail price…
Buena Vista’s March DVD catalog slate includes some films that I have been witing for! Namely Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Red, White and Blue trilogy (each available separately), plus Wayne Wang’s Smoke and Blue in the Face!