Astra: Lost in Space
Amazon
Comments Space opera anime series about a group of high school students, on a survival exercise on another planet, who end up getting sucked through a wormhole to a distant solar system, and are forced to repair a derelict starship and use it to get home.
Audie Murphy Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes The Duel at Silver Creek, Ride a Crooked Trail, and No Name on the Bullet
Blood Hunger: The Films of Jose Larraz (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Includes Whirlpool, Vampyres, and The Coming of Sin
Carole Lombard Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Fast and Loose, Man of the World, and No Man of Her Own.
Coma
Amazon
Deathstroke: Knights and Dragons
Amazon
Doctor Who: Tom Baker Complete Season Three
Amazon
Fairy Tail
Amazon
Comments The final episodes of Fairy Tail.
Flintstones
Amazon
Galaxy Angel AA + S
Amazon
Comments The second half of Season 3 of Galaxy Angel
Glengarry Glen Ross
Amazon
Good Doctor
Amazon
Gundam Build Fighters Special Build
Amazon
Comments A collection of 5 OVA episodes with stand-alone episodes of Gundam Build Fighters.
Idiomatic
Amazon
Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon
Amazon
Jack Ryan
Amazon
Lost Honor Of Katharina Blum (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Marijuana: A Chronic History
Amazon
Naruto 4 Movie Collection
Amazon
Comments Contains the films “Naruto: Road to Ninja”, “Naruto Shippuden: Blood Prison”, “Naruto The Movie: The Last”, and “Naruto The Movie: Boruto”
NCIS: Los Angeles
Amazon
Promare Collector’s Edition
Amazon
Comments Comes with a soundtrack album, artbook, decal, poster, and a copy of the English script.
Ride Your Wave
Amazon
Comments The most recent film from Masami Yuasa, about a college student who is coping with the death of her boyfriend.
Shanghai Triad
Amazon
Soul Collector
Amazon
Swallow
Amazon
Tony Curtis Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes The Perfect Furlough, The Great Imposter, and 40 Pounds of Trouble

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Astra: Lost in Space is my pick of the week – it’s a really good science fiction series that takes some older concepts, and freshens them up for the present day.” Blaine says, “I would go with Doctor Who: Tom Baker Complete Season Three, which should include The Face of Evil, The Robots of Death, The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Horror of Fang Rock, The Invisible Enemy (introducing K9), Image of the Fendahl, and The Sun Makers.”