The Simpsons Movie 2007

After Homer accidentally pollutes the town's water supply, Springfield is encased in a gigantic dome by the EPA and the Simpsons are declared fugitives.

The Simpsons - Christmas 2003

A collection of five different Simpson holiday specials; Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, Mr. Plow, Miracle on Evergreen Terrace, Grift of the Magi, and She of Little Faith

The Simpsons Ride 2008

Springfield's theme park Krustyland, run by Krusty the Clown, is opening it's newest roller coaster, the upsy-downsy spins-aroundsy teen-operated thrill ride is opening, and in this simulator ride, you're going to be the first to ride it, along with the Simpsons family! However, Sideshow Bob has escaped from prison and has taken over the park, and soon you're on a wild adventure crashing through the Krusty's attractions, with Sideshow Bob doing anything to destroy you.

The Simpsons Film Festival 2002

Any four episodes of The Simpsons chosen at random would make perfectly acceptable entertainment, but The Simpsons Film Festival is a particularly happy selection. In "Beyond Blunderdome", Mel Gibson (playing himself) sends up his tough-guy persona when he hires Homer to produce his latest movie. Then in "A Star is Burns" Springfield hosts its own film festival (with guest critic Jay Sherman in attendance). The competition boils down to Barney's haunting cinema verité short about the horrors of alcohol or Mr Burns grandiose vanity project. "22 Short Films About Springfield" is a series of parodies within a parody featuring Springfield's secondary characters, including Milhouse's dad and Chief Wiggum in a glorious Pulp Fiction sequence. Finally, the show's own internal parody cartoon duo hit the big screen in "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie", while Bart and Homer lock horns about going to see it. They sell Soylent Green in the future cinema foyer; and Homer loves it, of course.

The Simpsons House 1970

The Simpsons House featurette with James L. Brooks about The Simpson House built in Las Vegas.

The Simpsons: Backstage Pass 2002

Four rock-and-pop themed episodes. In 'The Otto Show' Bart gets a guitar and Otto moves into the Simpson household. 'Homerpalooza' has Homer visit the alternative rock festival Hullabalooza. 'A Tale of Two Springfields' finds Springfield split in two and Homer doing his best to lure The Who, scheduled to play the East, over to the West. 'Homer's Barbershop Quartet' sees Homer recall the days when he was a member of chart-topping singing group The Be Sharps.

The Simpsons: Around the World in 80 D'Ohs 2007

Four more adventures with everyone's favourite dysfunctional animated family. In 'The Regina Monologues', when Bart finds $1000, Lisa is able to convince him to take the family on vacation and they choose to visit England. In '30 Minutes Over Tokyo', after learning how to save money on everything, the Simpson family manages to make it to Tokyo. In 'Blame It On Lisa', when Lisa sheepishly admits that she's been making long-distance calls to Brazil in aid of an orphan she's sponsoring, the whole family decides to head to Rio for a visit. Finally, in 'Simpsons Safari', tired of constant mistreatment, the bag boys of Springfield go on strike, creating a grocery shortage. Homer's frantic search for food in the house uncovers lost gold in the attic which he uses to take the family on safari in Africa.

The Simpsons 1989

Set in Springfield, the average American town, the show focuses on the antics and everyday adventures of the Simpson family; Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, as well as a virtual cast of thousands. Since the beginning, the series has been a pop culture icon, attracting hundreds of celebrities to guest star. The show has also made name for itself in its fearless satirical take on politics, media and American life in general.