Disney rules this week’s releases.

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No. 6: The Complete Collection
In a dystopian future, Shion, a teenager, finds himself exiled from society after letting a young boy called “rat” spend one night in his apartment. After he’s further framed for a series of murders, Shion and Rat must join forces to investigate the secrets of… City No. 6
Shakugan No Shana: Season 1 Complete Boxed Set
Anime series about a teenage female demon hunter who ends up having an special bond with a human boy who was a victim of one of the demons.
Shangri-La: Part 1 (Limited Edition)
Post-apocalyptic series set in the ruins of future Japan. The series follows a young girl named Kuniko as she leads a band of survivors to the purported utopian city of Atlas. The Limited Edition release includes an art-box that holds Parts 1 & 2.
Shangri-La: Part 2
Space Adventure Cobra: The Movie
Spin-off of the manga and TV series, where the legendary Space Pirate Cobra (whose left arm conceals a devestating weapon called the “psycho-gun”), takes on the sinister Galaxy Pirates, an organization lead by the avatar of Death – Crystal Boy.
Barton Fink
The Dictator – Banned and Unrated
Mike and Molly: Season Two
The Closer: Seventh and Final Season
NCIS: The Complete Ninth Season
NCIS: Los Angeles – The Third Season
Perry Mason: The Seventh Season, Vol. 1
Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters
Good Will Hunting: 15th Anniversary Edition
House, M.D.: Season Eight
Revenge: The Complete First Season
Adventure Time: It Came From the Nightosphere
The Adventures of Tintin: Season Three
The Aristocats (Special Edition)
Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Season 1, Vol. 1
Pocahontas Two Movie Special Edition
The Rescuers 35th Anniversary Edition
Includes The Rescuers and The Rescuers Down Under
The Tigger Movie: Bounce-A-Rrrific Special Edition
Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation
Halloween 4
Halloween 5
Stephen King’s Thinner
Weekend (Criterion Collection)
WWE Presents: The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in the WWE
Alex: Without giving away the whole list, I’ll just say that the Dudley Boys have a spot on the list, which (considering their complete and total absence from any WWE DVDs since they left for TNA) increases my interest in this DVD dramatically.
The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Guantlet Vol. 4

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “On the one hand, I’m a little worried about how well The Rescuers Down Under would hold up if I watched it again. On the other hand, I thought it was an absolutly amazing Disney film at the time, and an underrated classic of the Disney Canon, and I’m willing to give it another shot.” Blaine says, “I still get a kick out of WarGames.”