Weekly Digital Disk Picks for December 28th, 2010

This is definitely a week of import titles.

Title DVD Release(s) Blu-Ray Release(s)
Legendary Assassin Amazon.com
Martial arts film directed and starring a couple of members of Jackie Chan’s stunt team.
Merantau Amazon.com Amazon.com
Martial arts film from Indonesia.
Resident Evil: Afterlife DVD Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray 3D
Baccano: The Complete Series (Viridian Collection) Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (Movie #1) Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Alex: This is “Dragon Ball”, not “Dragon Ball Z”.
Dragonaut: The Resonance – The Complete Series Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Part 3) Amazon.com, rightstuf.com Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Gintama: Collection 3 Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Kaleido Star: Season 2 Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Ragnarok: The Complete Boxed Set (S.A.V.E. Edition) Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Classics (Cult)
Surf Nazis Must Die Amazon.com
Archer: Season One Amazon.com
The American Amazon.com Amazon.com
Jersey Shore: Season Two (Uncensored) Amazon.com
The United States of Tara: The Second Season Amazon.com
Charlie Brown Valentine Amazon.com
Blaine: This one’s going to get lost in the shuffle. Why not release it closer to Valentine’s Day?
Classic Adventures Collection 3 Amazon.com
Includes “Animal Farm” and “Moby Dick.”
The Haunting of Amelia Amazon.com
This film was originally released on the indy circuit as “The Other Side of the Tracks”
Science Fiction
Battlestar Galactica: Razor Amazon.com
WWE: Bobby “The Brain” Heenan Amazon.com
Alex: I’m not going to say that Heenan’s the best manager in wrestling history but the odds that we’ll get dedicated Jim Cornette and/or Paul Heyman boxed sets are nil, so this
And Soon the Darkness Amazon.com Amazon.com
Remake of a suspense thriller from 1970.
Derailed Amazon.com
Legacy Amazon.com

Finally, the picks of the week. Blaine says, “I’m so far behind in my BSG I haven’t seen Razor yet, but it’s the only title out this week I’m even interested in watching.” Alex says, “Going with Baccano here – it’s from the creators of Durarara, and it involves nearly immortal gangsters in Chicago.”