Feast Your Eyes on Reviews of The Simpsons: Season 12, Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser and More in This Week's DVD Round-Up

Feast Your Eyes on Reviews of <i>The Simpsons: Season 12</i>, <i>Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser</i> and More in This Week's DVD Round-Up

It's the first week of September, and as the weather starts to cool down, what's better than staying at home and renting a movie to stay warm? Here at Exclaim! we're ready to guide you through this week's best and worst DVD releases.

Starting with a big "D'oh!" is The Simpsons: Season 12. Besides your expected Homer gags and antics, this box set features some comic book-inspired art with the episode guide looking like a vintage DC comic. Although this is a must for any Simpsons fan, Season 12 lacks the originality of the show's hilarious beginnings and Matt Groening is no where to be found during the 21-episode audio commentary.

Leaving our 2-D friends behind, we visit another fictional land in Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season. With Clark Kent all grown up, this season drops the high-school drama as he moves to Metropolis, gets a journalism gig, finally meets Lois Lane and starts his transformation into Superman.

For something a bit wacky, check out Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser, an indie flick with a tiny budget about a dude giving his all in a rock, paper, scissors competition, and adds an extra layer of depth through interviews with historians and other tournament-goers.

And for some music tunes for your ears and eyes, watch The Black Crowes Warpaint Live. Shot last year at the Wiltern in L.A., the southern rock band played to a sold-out crowd. But die-hard fans be warned, your favourite early Crowes hits probably won't be heard.

There are loads of more DVD reviews including, The Mighty Boosh 3, St. Trinian's and Rudo y Cursi, so be sure to check out the Recently Reviewed section.