Welcome to MovieWeb's daily DVD announcement column, The Daily Spin.

Everyday at 9:00AM PST we compile a list of titles which have been recently announced by the studios and have been given or rumored with a release date. Click a title below to see the full press release info attached to the release.

Enjoy and stay tuned to MovieWeb for the latest home video announcements, 9:00AM PST, on the dot, Monday through Friday.

September 20th

INSIDE Deep Throat (NC-17)

"INSIDE Deep Throat," the captivating documentary produced by Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer about the $25,000 "blue movie" that launched an unprecedented social and political firestorm, is coming to DVD September 20, 2005. The first sexually explicit film to cross over to mainstream audiences, 1972's "Deep Throat" turned out to be far more than a titillating curiosity. Breaking longstanding taboos against openly discussing sex in polite society, the movie helped launch the sexual revolution -- and ignited a conservative moral backlash. Eventually banned in 23 states and an explicit target of the Nixon administration, "Deep Throat" nonetheless succeeded in becoming a cultural phenomenon like no other.

DVD Extras

The "INSIDE Deep Throat" DVD is filled with added features that highlight the lasting impact of Deep Throat's historic run and its aftermath.

* The Binghamton Trial: Cliterally Speaking -- A look at a conservative small town that hosted the first obscenity trial and ultimately deemed the film not obscene.

* Quincy House: Poison Ivy League -- In 1980, the lowbrow film made its way to the highbrow institution of Harvard University. The house advisers chart the dramatic events leading up to the screening as well as the arrest of the two students who arranged it.

* Beverly Hills: Holly Gets Wood -- The district attorney and his wife recount this humorous trial where the jury ventured to Los Angeles' Pussycat Theater (now the TomKat Theater) for a screening.

The following features are available exclusively on the NC-17 version:

* The Last Word For Now -- Celebrities and commentators discuss sex and its place in today's society vs. what it was like during the time of "Deep Throat."

* The Zen of "Deep Throat" -- Xaviera Hollander and Marilyn Chambers discuss the art of performing deep throat.

* Linda Does Hollywood -- Linda Lovelace's former secretary and manager talk about Linda's success, post "Deep Throat."

* The Legends of Erotica: Remembering Linda -- The current owner of "Deep Throat," Ray Pistol, discusses how he acquired the rights as well as the event where Linda Lovelace was inducted into the hall of fame.

Widow on the Hill & Lies My Mother Told Me

Love, money, deception and murder are themes boldly interwoven and explored in Widow on the Hill and Lies My Mother Told Me, two popular Lifetime Original Movies that chronicle the rags-to-riches lives of two women on the edge. The films, both new to home video, are scheduled for release by Warner Home Video (WHV) September 20, 2005.

Both titles will be available in one package, which will retail for $19.98 (SRP).

As a bonus, the Widow on the Hill and Lies My Mother Told Me DVDs will include interviews with the cast and crew, never-before-seen deleted scenes and trailers.

October 11th

Movie Picture

Tells the seemingly random yet vitally connected story of a set of incidents that all converge one evening at 11:14pm. The lives of many cross at this one point in time which shall have life-altering effects.

DVD Features:

- Audio Commentary: Filmmaker Commentary with Director Greg Marcks

- Deleted Scenes

- Featurette: 46 Minutes to Midnite

Theatrical Trailer

Movie Picture

Five people are killed in a freak accident when a lofty rope bridge collapses. A priest journeys to discover if there was a divine reason for this bloody disaster. Set in Lima, Peru, during the 18th century and based on the Thornton Wilder novel.

Thanks for watching The Daily Spin. Stay tuned for more...