Other notable releases available now include:
* The Mark of Zorro: Special Edition (Unrated, Fox) Okay. You're salivating over next week's theatrical release of "The Legend of Zorro" with Antonio Banderas. But how about doing a little prep work? Not by rewatching the 1998 "The Mask of Zorro," just reissued in a "deluxe edition" (PG-13, Sony), but by checking out this 1940 classic starring Tyrone Power, available in both a newly colorized version and the original black-and-white, with commentary by film critic Richard Schickel.
* Bruce Lee Ultimate Collection (R, Fox) The word "ultimate" should be banned from DVD box sets, especially ones that don't include the subject's best, or best known, work, in this case, "Enter the Dragon." Still, these five films are fun, in a cheesy, retro way. Even down to the yellow jumpsuit Lee wears (shades of Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill Vol. 1"!) while fighting basketballer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar during the climax of 1978's "Game of Death" (during whose shooting Lee died and had to be replaced in many scenes with a sunglasses-wearing double).
* Saw: Uncut Edition (Unrated, Lions Gate) Previously released on DVD in the original R-rated theatrical version, this "uncut" edition of the 2004 horror hit (out just in time to capitalize on next week's theatrical release of a sequel) includes lots of extras for the hard-core fan, along with refreshingly un-pompous commentary from the young Aussie writer and director, both of whom come across as astonished that their relatively low-budget -- yet high-intensity -- gore-fest ever got made.
DVDs available Tuesday include:
* Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist
* American Gothic: The Complete Series (Unrated, Universal)
* Rebel Samurai: Sixties Swordplay Classics (Unrated, Criterion)
* The Wizard of Oz: Three-Disc Collector's Edition (Unrated, Warner)