If you have any of the other Goosebumps DVDs, then you already know what to expect; you get a handful of episodes, without any sort of supplemental material. The audio and video are decent, but there's nothing here that's going to blow you away. I really wish they would just start releasing Goosebumps in season sets, instead of stringing us along with these single disc offerings.
The worst thing about this DVD is the packaging. The DVD comes in the new "eco-friendly" (aka cheaper to manufacture) DVD case that have large wedges cut from the plastic, both behind the disc, and on the side where the liner notes go. Yes, it may be eco-friendly to use less plastic on the case, but it also leaves the disc inside much less protected from dust and scratches.
Instead of offering a cardboard slip case, the manufacturer went with a totally bizarre piece of cardstock pasted on top of the shrinkwrapping. First off, the image on the card is exactly the same as the one that's underneath, on the case, so there's really no reason for this. Second, once you remove the card from the shrinkwrap (it's attached with rubber cement), it doesn't even fit inside the case. You can wedge it inside the clear plastic piece on the outside of the DVD case....but once again - what's the point of this thing anyway? This is really the most absurd DVD packaging I've seen recently. Come on Scholastic, just give us a real slipcase next time.
As for the episodes themselves - we get three solid offerings this time. "Awesome Ants" was probably the best of the trio, with a really great twist ending that would be at home on the Twilight Zone (although the giant ant puppets used in this episode are about as convincing as the monsters in a Godzilla movie). "Teacher's Pet" is also a notable episode, because the lead actress, Michele Risi (playing the role of Becca), passed away shortly after filming.