Three of Michael Moore's award-winning documentaries are available on DVD this Tuesday, including the controversial box-office hit, "Fahrenheit 9/11."

"Fahrenheit 9/11" (Columbia Tri-Star: DVD $28.95; R) Moore examines the Bush administration and its leadership, especially concerning the president's response to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

The critical analysis of the Bush administration has earned more than $100 million to date and is the first documentary to reach that mark.

"Bowling for Columbine" (MGM: DVD $14.95; R) This Oscar-winning film, made after the shootings at Colorado's Columbine High School, explores America's relationship with guns.

"The Big One" (MGM: DVD $14.95; PG-13) Moore takes a look at wealthy big business owners who lay off employees but live lavish lifestyles.

"Bowling for Columbine" and "The Big One" are available in a three-disc collector's set for $29.98. The bonus disc includes an interview and audio commentary by Moore, a photo gallery and a teacher's guide with educational materials.

Current DVD/Video Releases

Aladdin (Buena Vista: two-disc DVD $29.99, VHS $24.99; G) It's a whole new world for young Aladdin. His adventures include a magic-carpet ride, encounters with a genie and falling in love with a princess.

Deep Impact (Paramount: DVD $14.99; PG-13) A huge comet is on a collision course with Earth. Is this the end? There is hope. The president concocts a plan to save the world. Will it work? Morgan Freeman and Elijah Wood star.

Horrible Horrors Collection: Volumes 1 and 2 (Rhino Home Video: DVD $24.95) "Horror High," "Satan's Slave" and "Point of Terror" are included in Volume 1. "Don't Answer the Phone" and "Nightmare in Wax" are featured in Volume 2. Each volume of eight movies is sold separately.

Saved! (MGM: DVD $29.98; PG-13) Jena Malone portrays a parochial school student who finds herself with child. Her situation forces a reassessment of her religious beliefs and moral values. Macaulay Culkin, Mandy Moore and Eva Amurri star in the satirical film.

Unspeakable (MGM: DVD $25.98, VHS $27.50; R) A psychologist probes the mind of a serial killer who then escapes from the electric chair.

The Untouchables (Paramount: DVD $14.99; R) Kevin Costner is Eliot Ness in this take on the war between federal agents and gangster Al Capone. Robert De Niro and Sean Connery co-star.