This tends to be the lightest time of year for releases.

The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
The Complete Lady Snowblood
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: Criterion Collection release of the revenge film series, starring Meiko Kaji.
Irrational Man
Amazon
  • Digital: US
iTunes
  • Digital: US, CAN
Joe Dirt 2: Original Loser
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Memories of the Sword
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: Korean wuxia-style film.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Movie Trilogy
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: A re-release of the compilation film adaptations of the original Gundam TV series.
Pet Shop of Horrors
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: Re-release of the horror anthology anime series.
Phantom from 10,000 Leagues
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride
Amazon
  • Digital Feature Only: US, CAN
  • Digital Feature with Bonus Features: US, CAN
iTunes
  • Digital: US, CAN
Comments Note that this will actually be available on Thursday, January 7 instead.
The Sherlock Holmes Collection
Amazon
  • Volume 1 DVD: US, CAN
  • Volume 2 DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: Both seem to include public domain content only, including episodes of the 1950s TV series starring Ronald (not “Ronnie”) Howard. Volume 1 also includes movies with Christopher Lee and Basil Rathbone.
Sicario
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD/Digital: US, CAN
Two For The See Saw
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Two Guys From Milwaukee
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Visit
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Walk
Amazon
  • 3D Blu-Ray/Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Yongary: Monster From the Deep
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: Korean rubber-suited giant monster movie.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Fans of period Japanese swordplay films might be interested in picking up the Lady Snowblood set. Otherwise skip this week.” Blaine says, “the Sherlock Holmes releases here should be good. I haven’t seen the New Year’s special for Sherlock yet, as I bought digital and don’t have cable, but I’d be surprised if it’s poor. The public domain stuff is largely great, which I can say with confidence having seen most of it.”