One of two competing volcano films in 1997, Dante's Peak proved to be the more explosive at the box office. Now Universal Home Video has released the film in a decent DVD package. The picture is clear and vibrant, presented in an anamorphic widescreen format with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound brings the volcano's rumbles, grumbles, and ultimate cataclysm center stage in one's living room. Extras abound as well. Dante's Peak features a commentary from the director, a gaggle of storyboards and concept art, and a rather long-winded, but eye-opening, documentary about the making of the film. For those who've never seen Dante's Peak, this is the format to view it in. Those who already have will also be sufficiently pleased.