The details of three of this summer's biggest hits making their way to DVD this fall were announced late last week, so of course, we've got the scoop for you.

Scooby-Doo (October 11, 2002)

Warner will be releasing this live-action version of Scooby-Dooon October 11th, and the disc will be available in both full screen and anamorphic widescreen transfers. Extras will include two audio commentaries with the cast and crew, a behind-the-scenes documentary, two featurettes, 10 minutes of "never before seen footage, the "Land of a Million Drums" music video, and some great little easter eggs to boot.

Insomnia (October 15, 2002)

Next up is the Christopher Nolan psychological thriller Insomnia, which is set for an October 15th release. This DVD will be available in separate anamorphic widescreen and fullscreen releases, and the extras will include two audio commentaries from director Christopher Nolan, actress Hilary Swank and other crew members; deleted and extended scenes with optional commentary; five featurettes: The Making of Insomnia, Christopher Nolan Interviews Al Pacino, exploration of cinematography, a look at the actual sleeplessness disorder, and a gallery of theatrical posters, stills and production designs; a trailer; and DVD-ROM weblinks. We all saw how great the Memento: Special Edition was, so this one comes with great expectations.

The Sum of All Fears (October 29, 2002)

Finally there is the latest Jack Ryan film, The Sum of All Fears. Set for an October 29th release, this disc will sport a 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, English Dolby Digital 5.1/2.0 audio, an two audio commentaries: one with director Phil Alden Robinson and DP John Lindley, and Robinson, and the second with Tom Clancy and Robinson, a "Making-Of The Sum Of All Fears" and "Creating Reality: the Visual Effects of The Sum Of All Fears, and the trailers.

Start saving your dough folks, this promises to be an expensive season. ~ Rorschach