I happened to get a glimpse of the new UHF DVD (release date June 4th). I have to say the disc looked awesome. Unfortunately I don't own this yet, but at least June 4th isn't that far away now. Details (straight from the http://www.weirdal.comSince July 21, 1989, many of you out there have been wondering, "When can I get 'Weird Al' Yankovic's cult-hit movie "UHF" on DVD, a format that has yet to be invented?" Well, mark your calendars, folks, 'cause MGM Home Video will be releasing it to an unsuspecting public on June 4, 2002! Al was very involved in the production of the DVD, which will include the following special features: Movie digitally remastered in both 16:9 (widescreen) and 4:3 (full screen)! Running commentary by Al Yankovic and Jay Levey (plus surprise special guests)! Deleted Scenes (hosted by Al)! Photo gallery (with over 200 pictures)! Behind The Scenes documentary! Teaser trailer and full theatrical trailer! The "UHF" music video! Interactive menus! Audio and subtitles in English, French & Spanish! There are lots of deleted scenes included here. There are complete new scenes, longer versions of existing scenes, a couple characters that were cut from the movie, and running subplots that were completely removed. And, oh yes, Those Darn Homos is on the disc. The disc is double sided with the widescreen version on one side and the offending version on the other. However, you will want to visit the second side as the extras are split amongst each side. Al wanted to have all extra info on both sides, but MGM wouldn't put up the money for additional layers. The intro and animated menus are pretty funny. Another thing to check out is a feature that's not available on that side. The special features menu lists everything and when an unavailable item is highlighted, text saying "On other side" displays. Go ahead and select the option anyway. Then select it again. And then for a third time. The commentary track is, as expected, both informative and hilarious. And let me be the first to mention one of the "easter eggs". On the Full frame side, go to the languages page. Pictured is Kuni's wheel of fish. Highlight "francais" (you don't need to select it, I don't think). Move left and one of the fish will now be highlighted. Have fun!