This week sees a handful of gems and a lot of dreck.

Title Available Formats
Action
Real Steel
Mannix: Season Six
Anime
Naruto Shippuden Box Set 9
Tenchi Muyo GXP – SAVE Edition
Alex: The “Tenchi” portion of this series title is somewhat misleading. While it’s in the same universe as the other Tenchi series, Tenchi Masaki is little more than a guest star in this show.
The World God Only Knows Complete Collection
Alex: Anime series about a boy who is good at dating sims who must seduce women in real life in order to exorcise the demons that are posessing them.
Art House
The Moment of Truth (Criterion Collection)
Biopic
Classics (Cult)
Roger Corman’s Cult Classic’s Lethal Ladies Collection, Vol. 2
Includes The Arena, Cover Girl Models and Fly Me.
Classics (Traditional)
Comedy
50/50
Annie Hall
Manhattan
See No Evil, Hear No Evil
Stir Crazy
Stripes (Extended Edition)
The Toy
Documentary
Drama
The Whistleblower
Family
The Adventures of Milo and Otis
Ultimate Gulliver Collection
Blaine: This includes the Fleischer feature that was almost the first full length animated feature, which is worth the $7.95 asking price alone.
Fantasy
Horror
Paranormal Activity 3
Music / Musical
Mystery
Kojak: The Movie Collection
Reality
Ancient Aliens: Season Three
Romance
Science Fiction
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Season One
Godzilla (Criterion Collection)
This is the 1954 movie. Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich had nothing to do with it.
Seasonal
Sports
Superhero
Suspense
Notorious
Blaine: The first of three Hitchcock movies released on Blu-Ray for the first time after previous Criterion Collection DVD releases. This one stars Cary Grant, Claude Rains and Ingrid Bergman and is my favorite of the three. Highly, highly recommended.
Rebecca
Blaine: Another great Hitchcock release. This one stars Laurence Olivier, George Sanders, and Joan Fontaine.
Spellbound
Blaine: Hitchcock again, starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck.
War
Wings
Blaine: This is the first movie to ever with the Best Picture Oscar, and has never had an individual DVD or Blu-Ray release. (It was released once in a studio anniversary box with dozens of other titles.) I’ve never seen it, but it’s a “must have” for its place in movie history.
Western

Finally, the picks of the week. Blaine says, “of those I’ve seen Notorious is a hands down winner. It’s a fantastic movie hitting in a very slow week, as are the other Hitchcock titles. I will also pick up Wings, but that’s the collector in me; I’ve never seen it.” Alex says, “I’m definitely going with The Criterion Collection release of Godzilla, in the highest resolution format you can view.”