We have Oscar contenders and some other classics, but no other recent releases that weren’t up for Oscars.

American Hustle
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD/Digital: US, CAN
Atlantis: Season One
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Beetlejuice: Seasons Two and Three
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Black Stallion (1979)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Bleach Set 20
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • DVD: US
A Brief History of Time (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: I haven’t seen this, but I did enjoy the book when I was in high school. (Reading it later, I found it suffered from a distinct lack of math.)
Classic Wrestling Battles
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments DVD from Shout! Factory collecting various wrestling matches from the 1950s.
Cybergeddon
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: Never seen this, but it has decent IMDB reviews and stars Missy Peregrym. It was also created by Anthony E. Zuiker. Seems to have been a nine part Yahoo series. At any rate, I’ve been a fan of Missy Peregrym’s since Black Sash hit the air, so I’m sure I’ll check this out at some point.
DCU: Justice League War
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Devious Maids: Season One
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Flashpoint: Final Season
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Frozen
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Hidden Fortress (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: The Akira Kurosawa classic, which had an undeniable influence on Star Wars (1977).
The Horror at 37,000 Feet
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: The Lon Chaney horror classic, back in the days when “horror movie” meant “we’re going to scare you” rather than “we’re going to shock and disgust you.”
Jungle Book 2
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Kill Your Darlings
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
The Last Action Hero
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: If you can swallow the rather gargantuan pill of Houdini’s golden ticket, then there’s actually some good satire in here. Also, this was the first movie released with digital sound. Some credit Jurassic Park with that milestone, as it was the first DTS digital sound movie, but this came out first and was released in the SDDS format.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Mod Squad
Amazon
  • Season 1 DVD: US, CAN
  • Season 2 DVD: US, CAN
  • Season 3 DVD: US, CAN
  • Season 4 DVD: US, CAN
  • Season 5 DVD: US, CAN
Mysterious Skin
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Reasonable Doubt
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • Digital: US
iTunes
  • Digital: US, CAN
Saving Mr. Banks
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
  • Digital: US
iTunes
  • Digital: US, CAN
Sherlock Holmes: The Archive Collection Vol. 1
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Includes a variety of public domain incarnations.
The Slumber Party Massacre
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: I suppose this is considered a classic in some circles.
To Love Ru Season 1
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray: US
Comments Romantic comedy anime.
TV Guide Spotlight
Amazon
  • Cop Shows of the 70s DVD: US, CAN
  • Great Comedies of the 90s DVD: US, CAN
  • Groundbreaking Sitcomcs of the 70s DVD: US, CAN
  • Leading Ladies of Classic Comedy DVD: US, CAN
  • Super Action Animation DVD: US, CAN
  • Totally 80’s Toons DVD: US, CAN
Upotte!! Complete Collection
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray: US
  • DVD: US
Comments Alex: Anime series about assault rifles personified as schoolgirls.
The Wolf of Wall Street
Amazon
  • Digital: US
iTunes
  • Digital: US, CAN
Comments Available in physical media March 18.
WWE Presents – Signature Sounds: The Music of the WWE
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Documentary about entrance music for WWE pro wrestlers.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “The original Huchback of Notre Dame with Lon Chaney Sr definitely looks interesting.” Blaine says, “Hunchback of Notre Dame and Hidden Fortress are both must-see titles.”