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The Best of Star Trek: The Original Series Single disc with "The Trouble with Tribbles," "Amok Time," "The City on the Edge of Forever" and "Balance of Terror," $14.99. Just in time for the big-screen debut of the remake of "Star Trek." (Paramount).

The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation Single disc with the two-part "The Best of Both Worlds," "Yesterday's Enterprise" and "The Measure of a Man," $14.99. Just in me for the big-screen debut of the remake of "Star Trek." (Paramount).

Bombs, Bullets & Fraud (2009) Documentary on the little-known but important U.S. Postal Inspectors Unit (founded in 1772) that inspects packages that contain items that are downright bizarre and occasionally lethal. $14.98. (Smithsonian Networks/Infinity Entertainment).

B.T.K. (2008) Kane Hodder, Amy Lyndon. Real-life Dennis L. Rader lived an apparently normal life in Wichita, Kansas. An upstanding citizen, he was a husband, father of two, worked a good job and was president of his church. But he lead a gruesome double life, managing to keep his Jekyll and Hyde personality a secret for more than 30 years (killing from 1974-91) and evading capture until 2005. He was dubbed the B.T.K killer because he bound, tortured and killed his victims. Extras: Commentary, stills gallery. (Barnholtz Entertainment/Lionsgate).

Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) Documentary investigates why the streets of South Central Los Angeles have seen more than 15,000 people murdered in an ongoing cycle of gang violence over the past 30 years. Narrated by Forest Whitaker. Directed by Stacy Peralta, acclaimed director of "Dogtown and Z-Boys" and "Riding Giants." $19.95. (Docurama).

Dadnapped and Hatching Pete Double feature of Disney Channel Original Movies. In "Dadnapped," 14-year-old Melissa (Emily Osment) is struggling with a unique kind of sibling rivalry: she has to compete with teenage spy Tripp Zoome, the main character in her father's best-selling novels. But when he's abducted by overzealous fanboys and falls into the clutches of a pair of sinister brothers, Melissa has to rescue her dad. In "Hatching Pete," a bashful high school student finds fame as a high-flying poultry impersonator. $29.99. (Disney).

The Dana Carvey Show (1996) Two-disc set with all seven episodes of the show that was ahead of it's time, highlighting the talents of Carvey, Steve Carrell and Stephen Colbert. $24.99. Extras: Unaired eighth episode, new Interviews with Dana Carvey and executive producer Robert Smigel, deleted scenes. (Shout! Factory).

Disney Animation Collection Volume 4: The Tortoise and the Hare Classic Disney film restored; includes five bonus shorts; $19.99. (Disney).

Disney Animation Collection Volume 5: Wind in the Willows Classic Disney film restored; includes five bonus shorts; $19.99. (Disney).

Disney Animation Collection Volume 6: The Reluctant Dragon Classic Disney film restored; includes three bonus shorts; $19.99. (Disney).

Eclipse Series 16: Alexander Korda's Private Lives No frills four-disc box set with "The Private Life of Henry VIII" (1933), "The Rise of Catherine the Great" (1934), "The Private Life of Don Juan" (1934), and "Rembrandt (1936); $59.95. (The Criterion Collection).

Galaxy Quest Deluxe Edition (1999) Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam Rockwell, Enrico Colantoni, Daryl Mitchell, Justin Long. Tenth anniversary edition. Extras: "Historical Documents: The Story of Galaxy Quest," "Never Give Up, Never Surrender: The Intrepid Crew of the NSEA Protector," "By Grabthar's Hammer, What Amazing Effects," "Alien School -- Creating the Thermian Race," "Actors in Space," "Sigourney Weaver Raps," deleted scenes, Thermian audio track. (Paramount).

Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts (2009) Academy Award nominated filmmaker Scott Hicks' documentary about the composer Philip Glass to celebrate his 70th birthday in 2007. Features performance footage of Glass' seminal collaboration with avant-guard stage director Robert Wilson, interviews with former partners JoAnne Akalaitis and Holly Critchlow, artist Chuck Close, musician Nico Muhly and film directors Woody Allen, Errol Morris, Godfrey Reggio and Martin Scorsese. $29.98. (Koch Lorber).

The Grudge 3 (2009) Shawnee Smith, Marina Sirtis. Third installment in the "Grudge" series. Kayako and Toshio's curse continues by haunting "The Grudge 2's" only survivor, Jake, who's now confined to a psychiatric hospital after his family's alleged suicide. Extras: Deleted scenes, "Tokyagoaria" featurette, "The Curse Continues" featurette. (Sony).

How It All Went Down (2003) Silvio Pollio, Daniella Evangelista, Alistair Abel, David Lewis. A reformed criminal decides to try his hand at filmmaking but the closed doors in Hollywood forces him to return to the world of illegal drugs, guns and prostitution to raise the money to bring his story to the screen. Extras: Deleted scenes. (E1 Entertainment).

The Jeff Foxworthy Show: The Complete Second Season (1996-97) Two-disc set with 23 episodes, $19.94. (Sony).

Loose at the Zoo (2009) Kids can meet the babies at Washington D.C.'s National Zoo with these three episodes of "Loose at the Zoo": "Baby New at the Zoo," "Loose at the Zoo: Golden Lion Tamarins" and "Tiger Tales"; $14.98. (Smithsonian Networks/Infinity Entertainment).

Lying (2006) Chloe Sevigny, Leelee Sobieski, Jena Malone, Halley Wegryn Gross, Maya Goldsmith. Explores the interaction of four women -- strangers -- spending a long weekend together in the countryside. Extras: Commentary by Jena Malone, Chloe Sevigny, director M. Blash, and producer David Guy Levy. (Virgil Films & Entertainment and Arthouse Films).

Lovejoy: The Complete Season 5 (1993) Four-disc set with 14 episodes of the crime-solving antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane, $69.98 (Warner).

Passengers (2008) Anne Hathaway, Patrick, Andre Braugher, Clea DuVall, Dianne Wiest. After a plane crash, a young therapist, Claire, is assigned by her mentor to counsel the flight's five survivors. When they share their recollections of the incident -- which some say include an explosion that the airline claims never happened -- Claire is intrigued by Eric, the most secretive of the passengers. Just as Claire's professional relationship with Eric -- despite her better judgment -- blossoms into a romance, the survivors begin to disappear mysteriously, one by one. Extras: Commentary by director Rodrigo Garcia and Patrick Wilson, deleted scenes, "The Manifest & Making of Passengers," "Analysis of the Plane Crash." (Sony).

Pie in the Sky Series 1 (1994) British detective series stars Richard Griffiths as cop-cum-chef Henry Crabbe with Maggie Steed as his non-foodie and long-suffering wife. "Pie in the Sky" debuted on BBC1 in the U.K. in March 1994 and aired for five series. Three-disc set with 10 episodes, $49.99. (Acorn Media)

Plague Town (2008) Josslyn DeCrosta, Erica Rhodes, David Lombard. An American family visiting their Irish roots accidentally stumbles on a horde of bloodthirsty mutant children. Extras: Commentary, "A Visit to Plague Town" and "The Sounds of Plague Town" featurettes. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Dark Sky Films/MPI Media Group).

S. Darko (2008) Daveigh Chase, Ed Westwick, Briana Evigan, Jackson Rathbone. Sequel of sorts to "Donnie Darko." Seven years after her brother's death, Samantha Darko is on the run ... from her shattered home, from her bizarre past, and even from herself. But when she and her friend Corey are stranded in a desert town, they witness a meteorite crash that fractures time ... and begins a countdown to the end of the world. Extras: Commentary, deleted scenes, "The Making of S. Darko," "Utah Too Much." Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Fox).

Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy (2009) Creator MacFarlane takes "Family Guy" and "American Dad" to the next, inappropriate, laugh-out-loud level with 50 shorts highlighting all-new classic characters, "Family Guy" voice talent and hilarious pop culture parodies of Jesus Christ, Bob Dylan, Ted Nugent, Quentin Tarantino, Super Mario, Jeff Goldblum and more. The irreverent animated shorts that originally aired on YouTube and SethComedy.com are also included but now completely unedited and uncensored. $22.98. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Fox).

Taken (2009) Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen, Maggie Grace, Goran Kostic, Katie Cassidy. Extras: Commentary by director Pierre Morel, writer Robert Mark Kamen, and cinematographers Michel Abramowicz and Michel Julienne; making-of featurette; "Inside Action" featurette; "Avant Premeire"; digital copy. Available as a single-disc standard DVD, a two-disc extended cut edition, and a two-disc extended cut Blu-ray Disc. (Fox).

3 Mo' Divas (2008) In this live performance from their widely popular, ongoing tour, there's nothing the three divas -- sopranos Nova Y. Payton and Jamet Pittman and mezzo-soprano Laurice Lanieran - can't sing, from soaring opera to show tunes, jubilant gospel, jazz, blues, and more. "3 Mo' Divas" was broadcast on HDNet in fall 2008 and as a PBS special in March 2009; $24.99. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Acorn Media).

Train Master (2008) Michael Biesanz, Jonathan Hall, Mercedes Rose, Elijah Nelson. Family adventure about a railroad magnate and the train master he fired who must team up to save their grandchildren on a runaway train. Extras: Commentary, bloopers,behind-the-scenes featurette, deleted scenes. (MTI Home Video).

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Fifth Season (2007-08) Three-disc set with 19 episodes, $44.98. Extras: "Two and a Half Men at 100" featurette, "The Lore of Chuck Lorre: Must Pause TV -- The Genesis and Evolution of His Vanity Cards at the End of Each Episode." (Warner).

Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans (2008) Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Rhona Mitra "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans - From Script to Screen" featurette, "The Origin of the Feud" featurette, music video: "Deathclub" by William Control, filmmakers' commentary. Extras: "From Script to Screen" featurette, "The Origin of the Feud" featurette, "Re-Creating the Dark Ages - The Look of Underworld: Rise of the Lycans" featurette, music video "Deathclub" by William Control, commentary. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Sony).

Wise Blood (1979) Dir.: John Huston; Brad Dourif, Harry Dean Stanton, Ned Beatty, William Hickey. New, restored high-definition digital transfer. In this acclaimed adaptation of the first novel by legendary Southern writer Flannery O'Connor, John Huston brings to life a world of vivid, poetic American eccentricity. Brad Dourif is Hazel Motes, who, fresh out of the army, attempts to open the first Church Without Christ in the small town of Taulkinham. Populated with inspired performances that seem to spring right from O'Connor's pages, Huston's "Wise Blood" is an incisive portrait of spirituality and evangelicalism, as well as a faithful, loving evocation of one writer's vision. Extras: New interviews with actor Brad Dourif, writer Benedict Fitzgerald, and writer-producer Michael Fitzgerald; rare archival audio recording of author Flannery O'Connor reading her short story "A Good Man Is Hard to Find"; "Creativity With Bill Moyers: "John Huston," a 28-minute television program from 1982 in which the director discusses his life and work; booklet featuring an essay by author Francine Prose. (The Criterion Collection).

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wubbzy's Big Movie! (2008) Feature-length animated adventures of everyone's favorite resident of Wuzzleburg, spotlighting seven episodes stitched together with original footage; from the Nick Jr. pre-school series; $16.98. Extras: DVD-Rom game, coloring pages, printable activities. (Anchor Bay).
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