Selected home-video releases available this week:

'The Simpsons Movie'

The first family of Springfield leaps to the big screen with this hit adaptation of the long-running animated TV comedy. Lovable moron Homer does what he does best - cause an uproar for his family and fellow townsfolk, this time creating a pollution hazard that results in 'President Schwarzenegger' quarantining Springfield behind glass, with the Simpsons going into exile in Alaska. Along with five deleted scenes, the DVD and Blu-ray high-definition disc come with an alternate ending and two commentary tracks featuring key Simpsons overseers, among them creator Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, the movie's director, David Silverman, and the voice of Homer, Dan Castellaneta. DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.98. (20th Century Fox)


Rob Zombie puts his own gory spin on one of the forebears of modern slasher flicks, examining the tormented formative years of psycho killer Michael Myers, who breaks out of the nuthouse and returns to his hometown wielding a big, fat knife. The movie is available in the R-rated theatrical cut or an unrated version that adds 11 minutes of footage. Zombie offers commentary, and the movie is accompanied by an alternate ending, deleted scenes, bloopers and a big batch of behind-the-scenes featurettes. DVD, $29.95. (Genius)


Jason Lee provides the voice of a mutt mutated into a canine superhero in this live-action adaptation of the TV cartoon. Featuring Jim Belushi, Peter Dinklage, Patrick Warburton and Amy Adams, the movie follows the adventures of the heroic dog as he tries to foil the schemes of an archvillain. Among the DVD and Blu-ray extras are deleted scenes, a segment on canine actors, a music video and the first-ever cartoon episode of 'Underdog.' DVD, $29.99; Blu-ray, $34.99. (Disney)

- The Associated Press