By EW Staff
Updated October 04, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT

HEAVENLY CREATURES Kate Winslet (Miramax, R, DVD) Peter Jackson’s tale of murderous New Zealand schoolgirls is funny, creepy, and sweet. A-

PROJECT GREENLIGHT Documentary (Miramax, unrated, DVD) Hollywood at its most inept — and entertaining — courtesy of HBO’s 12-part series. A

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN Gene Kelly (Warner, G, DVD) The DVD of Kelly’s ageless musical will make you want to, er, vocalize in a downpour. A


BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: SPECIAL EDITION (Walt Disney, G, DVD) Two discs and endless extras make the animated tale-as-old-as-time feel brand spanking new.

ENOUGH (Columbia TriStar, PG-13) When the man of her dreams turns her life into a waking nightmare, Jennifer Lopez decides that she’s had…well, you know.

GREASE (Paramount, PG, DVD) Fifties nostalgia viewed through the lens of the ’70s, when the hair was big and John Travolta was God’s gift to Levi’s.

HOLLYWOOD ENDING (DreamWorks, PG-13) Woody Allen’s latest casts him as a has-been movie director juggling neuroses and younger women. Sound familiar?

RUBY’S BUCKET OF BLOOD (Showtime, unrated) Louisiana club owner Angela Bassett finds herself in a bucket of hot water when she falls for a white singer.