For the first time in a long time, we’ve got a great selection of library titles.

Title DVD Release(s) Blu-Ray Release(s)
Burn Notice: Season Four
Blaine: This is a spy show I keep hearing great things about. Costars Bruce Campbell.
Jackie Chan: Kung Fu Master
Blaine: According to user reviews, this is a movie about Jackie Chan that barely includes Jackie Chan. 11 Amazon user reviews to date, and the average rating is 1.5/5.
Mazinkaiser SKL,
Alex: The latest work in Go Nagai’s Mazinger franchise.
Moribito: Guardians of the Spirit Vol. 1-8,
Tenchi Muyo: Ryo Ohki,
Alex: This is actually the third installment of the Tenchi Muyo OVAs.
TO (Tou) – DVD/Blu-Ray Hybrid,
Alex: This is an anthology film, something we haven’t seen in anime in a while.
Tsubasa: Resevoir Chronicle – Season 1 (SAVE Edition),,
Art House
Classics (Cult)
Classics (Traditional)
Night Flight
Animal Crackers
Billy Madison
Alex: What’s worse than Adam Sandler in a buddy action film? Adam Sandler and Damon Wayans in a buddy cop film. Why does this exist?
The Cocoanuts
Duck Soup
Happy Gilmore
Horse Feathers
Just Go With It
Meet Market
Another Year DVD/Blu-Ray combo
The Big C: Complete First Season
Breaking Bad: Season Three
Blaine: This is another one of those shows I keep hearing rave reviews about but haven’t seen yet.
The Company Men
Hawthorne: Season Two
Leverage: Season Three
Alex: This is a little bit like the Equalizer meets a heist show, and it’s shot in my home town of Portland.
The Man Who Would Be King
Mister Buddwing
New Tricks: Season Four
Original Sin
Pretty Little Liars: Season One
Robin of Sherwood: Set One
Rome: Season One
Rome: Season Two
The Secret Life of an American Teenage: Volume Six
Wheeler Dealers
White Collar: Season Two
Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles
Music / Musical
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
Blaine: Although this has absolutely no connection to the band named Queen, it is currently’s #1 seller in the category “Movies & TV > Music Video & Concerts > Artists > Queen.” This amuses me.
New York, New York
McMillan and Wife: Season Three
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011 3D Experience
Blaine: We really don’t have an appropriate category for this one.
My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
Science Fiction
Beast Wars: Transformers Season One
The Phantom Empire
Blaine: This 12 part Gene Autry serial from 1935 may have been the first sci-fi western.
Sanctum 3D Blu-Ray, 2D Blu-Ray
The Best of WCW Nitro
Alex: Considering the WWE’s habit of burying companies that aren’t them, I expected this DVD to serve as a backhanded tribute to some of the great workers who came through WWE. However, there are some pretty decent matches on here – and probably the only WWE DVD that to get a Jushin Thunder Liger match.
When It Was a Game: The Complete Collection
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights DVD DVD/Blu-Ray combo
Blaine: Nathan Fillion voices Hal Jordan in this 84 minute anthology, based on the classic “Tales of the Green Lantern Corps” backup feature from the series through the 1980s.
Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology
Blaine: This includes Superman in both theatrical and director’s cut versions, Superman II in the theatrical and Richard Donner cut versions, Superman III, Superman IV: The Quest For Peace and Superman Returns. Bonus features include the Fleischer studios cartoons, Superman and the Mole-Men and Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman, as well as the Super-Rabbit, Snafuperman and Stupor Duck Looney Tunes cartoons. As far as I can tell, it’s the content of the DVD ultimate edition with the Looney Tunes cartoons substituted for Bryan Singer’s journals.
Sean Connery 007 Collection 2
Blaine: At the time of this writing (early June 4), there is no box art or description. This strikes me as odd.
The Bridge on the River Kwai
Hopalong Cassidy: The Complete Series
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Rawhide: Season Four Volume One
True Grit (2010)

Finally, the picks of the week. Blaine says, “the Superman anthology is the only one I’ve seen that I can recommend. However, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights is a must-see in my book, there’s a lot of classic Marx Brothers product available, and I’m definitely curious about The Phantom Empire, Breaking Bad and Burn Notice.” Alex says, “Burn Notice is already in my Netflix Queue and as I watched a substantial chunk of this season on Hulu, I’m making this my pick. Tsubasa‘s in the queue and I’ll be adding True Grit later.”