This review is essentially a copy of my review for the "Parabola" DVD...
I've seen the video, back in 2001 when it was floating around the internet after its few appearances on MTV and MuchMusic. I already had a VHS recording of this and the video for Parabola, thanks to a cable-TV-endowed friend.
Just what the hell is this DVD supposed to offer me?? I mean, gee whiz Tool, thanks for the re-release of your video (no 5.1 to be found, I see... *shakes head) with another "commentary track" by your smart-assed, uninformative weed hook-up, Jello Biafra. At first, I thought the simul-cast dual-commentary idea (there's one playing out the left channel, another out the right, at the same time) was an innovative and amusing concept... if this disc's commentary is anything like the Parabola disc, then I'm glad I haven't wasted my money on another P.O.S. pre-album filler release.
Advice? Send a message and just don't buy it. This release, as well as the equally barren "Parabol[a]" DVD and the minimal, out-of-print-but-I-don't-care DVD/VHS "Salival" will serve as a warning sign (perhaps intentional some say, but to what end?) that not everything with Tool's name on it should be assumed to be in the same league as their albums, which are genious.
My apologies to the band if they had little or no involvement in the production of these frisbees. I fell for the Parabola one, but you won't see me picking up "Schism". I wouldn't advise anyone else to, either.