We’re playing with the format this week. Let us know what you think of it. Also, the items listed as including “Digital” in the combos are those with discs or download codes included. Many of the TV series have digital options on the DVD and Blu-Ray page listings.

Title Available Formats
The Mummy Trilogy
Nikita: Season One
Point of No Return
Rush Hour 3
Blaine: I just realized that this is both the only movie in the franchise I’ve never seen, and the only one I own. How did that happen?
Tango and Cash
Under Siege
Neo Angelique Abyss Complete Collection
Contains both seasons.
Spice and Wolf Season 1
Spice and Wolf Season 2
The Limited Edition comes in an artbox with a collectable coin.
Art House
The Complete Jean Vigo (Criterion Collection)
Includes A propos de Nice, Taris, Zero de conduite and L`atalante.
The Discrete Charm of the Bourgoisie
Blaine: This is a highly respected example of “French New Wave” filmmaking, which I saw in film studies class. If you want to see it but haven’t yet, rent it before you buy it. Trust me. It’s not for everybody. The point of “French New Wave” was to violate the conventions of filmmaking, taking the road less travelled as they put their stories together. As Jerry Seinfeld once said, “sometimes the road less travelled is less travelled for a reason.”
If… (Criterion Collection)
Orpheus (Criterion Collection)
Classics (Cult)
The Incredible Shrinking Man
Classics (Traditional)
An Affair to Remember
All About Eve
Coen Brothers Collection
Includes “Blood Simple,” “Miller’s Crossing,” “Raising Arizona” and “Fargo.”
Cougar Town: Season Two
Madea’s Big Happy Family
Meet the Browns: Season One
Raising Arizona
Forks Over Knives
Blaine: A documentary promoting dietary habits which could literally kill me. I find that odd.
Wonders of the Universe
90210: Season Three
Blaine: This is the new series, not the original.
The Defenders: The DVD Edition
The Departed
Desperate Housewive: The Complete Seventh Season
Blaine: I believe this is also the final season.
Detroit 1-8-7: Complete First Season
Doc Martin: The Movies
Good Will Hunting
  • Blu-Ray/Digital Combo: Amazon
House, M.D.: Season Seven
Miller’s Crossing
Parenthood: Season Two
Sons of Anarchy: Season Three
Top Gun
Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The Herculoids: The Complete Series
iCarly: The Complete Third Season
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
  • DVD/Blu-Ray/3D Blu-Ray/Digital combo: Amazon
The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • DVD/Blu-Ray/3D Blu-Ray/Digital combo: Amazon
  • DVD/Blu-Ray/3D Blu-Ray/Digital combo: Amazon
Clash of the Titans (1981)
Blaine: The Harryhausen version.
The Vampire Diaries: Complete Second Season
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Music / Musical
A film version of Bizet’s opera, starring Placido Domingo.
Rock and Roll Backstage Pass
Includes U2: Rattle and Hum, Bob Dylan: No Direction Home, Rolling Stones: Shine a Light and Neil Young: Heart of Gold.
The Gauntlet
The George Sanders Saint Collection
Blaine: Before Val Kilmer… before Roger Moore… there was… George Sanders! Includes The Saint Strikes Back, The Saint in London, The Saint’s Double Trouble, The Saint Takes Over and The Saint in Palm Springs, released from 1939 to 1941.
Hell’s Kitchen: Season Five
Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy: Volume One
Science Fiction
The first of several live action films adapting the anime and manga.
Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)
The Twilight Zone: Season Five
This was also the final season of the original incarnation.
5th Quarter
Batman (1989)
Blaine: It’s not as well adapted as Chris Nolan’s version, but it’s still well made.
Blood Simple
The Perfect Host
In a Better World
The Wild Bunch

Finally, the picks of the week. Blaine says, “Although I haven’t seen it yet, House, M.D.: Season Seven is a title I’ve already bought through iTunes. I clearly need to get caught up on this series. I’m four seasons behind, and I only recognize half of the people on the cover…” Alex says, “There isn’t much this week that I’ve seen before. However, I have seen The Wild Bunch, so that’s going on my pick for this week. Anime fans also want to pick up Spice & Wolf, if they haven’t done so already.”