Fed-up DVD fans decry it as ”double dipping,” ”triple dipping,” and right on down the line to quintuple, sextuple and septuple dipping. What are they on about? The increasingly common habit movie companies have of releasing a bare-bones DVD of a film a few months after its theatrical debut, then revisiting it ad nauseam with special editions, extended editions, limited editions, alternate-version editions, and sometimes just plain re-released editions…But right now, the multiple-dip debate is raging around Peter Jackson’s Oscar-festooned Lord of the Rings trilogy, as New Line Home Entertainment reissues The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King in cool, transparent-window slip-covered cases (or you can get all three in one package) with nearly 6 hours of predominantly new behind-the-scenes footage. [More]