Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music, Weeds and More Take the Top Spots in This Week's DVD Round-Up

<i>Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music</i>, <i>Weeds</i> and More Take the Top Spots in This Week's DVD Round-Up
We love vacations. Lying in the hot sun next to a lake for a couple of weeks sounds like the perfect way to spend a vacay. Still, all things considered, such vacation opportunities are only fantasy for us because putting out a magazine is a very time-consuming process. That's why at Exclaim! we revel in a different form of escapism: DVD renting. So get comfy and join us while we outline this week's best and worst DVD releases.

The fourth season of Showtime's immensely popular series Weeds veers wildly from its inexperienced drug-trafficking plot roots, but proves slightly amusing with the inclusion of production interviews and commentary.

A compilation of YouTube-intended short films from infamous Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane entitled Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy does not venture far from the writer's fast-paced comedic style, but is definitely funny.

The Oscar-winning documentary, Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music, has just been re-released with a new director's cut, and with special features including 143 minutes of unreleased live performance footage and an interview with a young Martin Scorsese. This one's a must-own.

But hey, there's more! Check out reviews of Reaper: Season Two, Time Limit, Mystery Science Theatre 3000 XV and more in our Recently Reviewed Motion section.