It’s another light week in the post-Christmas rush.

Alien Domicile
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: This is a cheap knock off of the Alien franchise, but I won’t guarantee that it’s worse than the latest official entries.
American Made
Amazon
  • 4K Ultra HD/Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: This features the best performance I’ve seen from Tom Cruise since Collateral, not that I’ve seen a lot of his work. It’s rare that he seems to receive direction beyond “smile big,” but here he clearly did.
Battle of the Sexes
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD/Digital: US, CAN
Brad’s Status
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Breakfast Club (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Breathe
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Cadillac Man
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Executioner’s Song
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Geostorm
Amazon
  • Digital: US
KISSDUM-R Engage Planet
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray: US
Comments Alex: Mecha anime series based around the protagonists having to fight literal demons from hell.
Last Tango in Halifax Special
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Lucky
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Miss Zombie
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Ninja Nonsense
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray: US
Comments Alex: HD Release of a wacky-slapstick comedy.
Rebel in the Rye
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In
Amazon
  • Season 2 DVD: US, CAN
Ten Days in the Valley
Amazon
  • Season 1 Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • Season 1 DVD: US, CAN
Thank You for Playing
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
  • Digital: US
Comments Alex: Documentary about the development of the game “That Dragon, Cancer”
Time Travel Girl: The Complete Series
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • DVD: US
Comments Alex: Subtitle only release. Anime series about a girl going back in time to meet various famous inventors.
Tom and Jerry: Hearts and Whiskers
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Torchlighters: The Harriet Tubman Story
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “On the anime front, I’ve seen all of Ninja Nonsense and loved it immensely, but I also know that the jokes aren’t quite for everyone. Otherwise, I recommend the documentary Thank You For Playing.” Blaine says, “My pick is easily The Breakfast Club, which is my favorite John Hughes film.”