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Adoration (2009) Dir.: Atom Egoyan; Stars: Arsinee Khanjian, Scott Speedman, Rachel Blanchard, Devon Bostick. Extras: Deleted scenes, interview with Atom Egoyan, featurettes: "Making Of," "The Violin Shop," "Take Three" and "Passengers." Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Sony).

The Barbara Stanwyck Show - Volume 1 (1960) The NBC drama anthology series from the Golden Age of Television originally aired 50 years ago, and starred multi-talented actress Barbara Stanwyck, the American Film Institute's "11th Greatest Female Star of All Time." The three-DVD set features 15 of the series' most memorable half-hour dramas, including "The Key to a Killer" with Vic Morrow, "Dear Charlie" with Milton Berle and "Confession" with Lee Marvin. As a bonus, the set also includes the never-before-seen pilot episode "Sponsor's Table." $39.98. (Archive of American Television/E1 Entertainment).

Drag Me to Hell (2009) Dir.: Sam Raimi; Stars: Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Jessica Lucas, Lorna Raver, David Paymer, Adriana Barraza, Fernanda Romero, Reggie Lee. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Universal).

Every Little Step (2009) Documentary captures the magic of Broadway snash hit "A Chorus Line" by following auditions and casting of the successful 2006 stage revival, while at the same time exploring the history the musical, from late director-choreographer Michael Bennett's ground-breaking concept of inviting Broadway chorus performers to tell their real stories, to the show becoming an international phenomenon from the 1970s through the 1990s. Extras: Commentary by directors Adam Del Deo & James D. Stern, and composer Marvin Hamlisch; deleted scenes; "Donna McKechnie: In Conversation"; "An Interview with John Breglio, Bob Avian and Baayork Lee." (Sony).

"Futurama" The Complete Collection 1999-2009 Nineteen-disc set with all 72 episodes from the animated cult series, as well as the four feature length adventures: "Bender's Big Score," "The Beast With a Billion Backs," "Bender's Game" and "Into the Wild Green Yonder," $199.98. Extras: Featurettes, commentary, deleted scenes, interactive still gallery, blooper reels, more. (Fox).

Girlfriends: The Seventh Season (2006-07) Three-disc set with 22 episodes, $36.98. (Paramount).

The Haunted Airman (2006) Robert Pattinson, Julian Sands, Rachael Stirling. Spine-tingling BBC WWII-era ghost story based on the 1948 novel "The Haunting of Toby Jugg" by Dennis Wheatley. Flight Lieutenant Toby Jugg, confined to a wheelchair after being wounded in combat, arrives at a remote mansion in Wales to recuperate. Suffering terrible nightmares and visions, he suspects the methods of his psychiatrist, trusting only his beautiful aunt, But circumstances arise that cause him to doubt even her intentions. Is the lieutenant the victim of an eerie paranormal haunting or a cruel conspiracy tied to his past? (E1 Entertainment).

Inventing L.A. - The Chandlers and Their Time (2009) While Boston had the Kennedys, Los Angeles was ruled by the Chandlers. One of the City of the Angel's most influential families, the Chandlers used their power and their newspaper, the Los Angeles Times, to shape public opinion throughout the 20th century and captain the city's economic, social and cultural growth. Their reign ended when a longtime family feud brought down one of the country's great newspaper dynasties. A fascinating, in-depth historical portrait of this legendary reign. $24.99. (PBS).

Jada (2009) Rockmond Dunbar, Clifton Powell, Jason Weaver, Siena Goines. Gospel Music Channel feature about a woman whose faith in God saves her family and herself during a tumultuous time. Jada (Siena Goines) is a young, single mother struggling to raise her two children in a time of personal difficulty when she receives help from a local pastor (Clifton Powell) who hears her struggles. (Vivendi Entertainment).

Land of the Lost (2009) Will Ferrell, Danny McBride, Anna Friel, Jorma Taccone. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Universal).

Land of the Lost: Seasons 1, 2 and 3 (1974-1977) Season 1: Three-disc set with 17 episodes, Season 2: Two-disc set with 13 episodes and Season 3: Two-disc sets with 13 episodes, $26.98 each. (Universal).

Little Spirit: Christmas in New York (2008) Holiday special featuring the voices of Danny DeVito, Lucy Liu and Brenda Song, with music by Faith Hill and Duncan Sheik. A young boy embarks on the holiday journey of a lifetime in the city that never sleeps in this animated feature. Moving to a new house in a new city is never easy, but when Leo's dog (and best friend) Romona is accidently lost in Central Park, Leo is determined to find his furry little friend in time for Christmas. Feeling lost and alone, a magical spirit takes him on an incredible adventure and Leo soon learns that this new city isn't as scary as it seemed -- and that the true meaning of Christmas may just be found in the people he meets along the way. $16.95. (Genius Products).

Lovejoy: The Complete Season 6 (1994) Three-disc set with 10 episodes of the British TV series about the crime-solving antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane; $49.98. (Warner).

Mr. Art Critic (2007) Bronson Pinchot, Toni Trucks, John Lepard. A heartless art critic retreats to his cottage on a lake where, after a drunken outburst "that any idiot can make art," he finds himself entered in the town's art festival competition. Extras: Behind the scenes footage. (MTI Home Video).

Married ... With Children: The Complete Eleventh Season (1996-97) Three-disc set 24 Episodes, $39.95. (Sony).

The Mighty Boosh Special Edition (2003-07) Seven-disc set with all 20 episodes of the cult BBC/Adult Swim live-action series, plus bonus features, $79.98. (Warner).

My Little Pony Twinkle Wish Adventure (2009) Features six sing-alongs, two new animated shorts, and four fun activities. Pinkie Pie and all her pony friends can’t wait for the Winter Wishes festival where the Wishing Star grants each pony one special wish. But when the Wishing Star disappears, they go on a journey to find it. Will they make it back in time for the festival? $14.99. (Shout! Factory).

Natural Born Killers Director's Cut (1994) Dir.: Oliver Stone; Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Robert Downey Jr., Tommy Lee Jones. The original unrated version. Prior to the theatrical release, Oliver Stone reworked the film, made more than 150 cuts, and removed approximately four minutes in order to get an R rating. Extras: New introduction by Stone; commentary by Stone; "NBK Evolution: How Would It All Go Down Now?" a new featurette from six-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Woody Thompson illustrating how current communication technology would impact the film if it were made today, examining the issues and changes in the context of current media and even creating a timeline of the killers' activities in cell phone videos, blogs, tweets and Facebook updates (How would Stone portray today's instantaneous user-generated media society and its reaction to the exploits of Mickey and Mallory? How would the social networks and the blogs cover, discuss and rate each of their killing sprees? How many views and comments would their home-made videos generate on YouTube?); "Chaos Rising: The Storm Around Natural Born Killers" making-of documentary about the storm of controversy surrounding the film; deleted scenes; alternate ending; Charlie Rose interview; 44-page booklet on the film's production. Also available on Blu-ray Disc.

New World Order (2009) Documentary offers a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at a small, but very vocal movement seeking to expose "global elitists" whom they claim are masterminding the breakdown of the world's economy and society. These conspiracy theorists believe that the attack on the World Trade Center was an "inside job," that the military-industrial complex killed Kennedy, and that an international cabal is plotting to enslave us all. While elaborating on many of the underground movement's views, the film doesn't attempt to prove or disprove any of their theories. And, though the film may compel viewers to question their beliefs about the world at large, at its core it's about the power of ideas, and how that power can affect one's life and define one's actions. $19.98. (The Disinformation Company).

The Objective (2008) Jonas Ball, Matthew R. Anderson, Jon Huertas. A CIA operative sent with a U.S. Special Forces squad on a secret mission into Afghanistan find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern "Bermuda Triangle" of ancient evil, fighting an enemy they cannot decipher or comprehend. (IFC Films).

An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008 - TV) Helene Joy, Jacqueline Bisset, Tatiana Maslany. Hallmark Channel melodrama. Recently widowed Mary Bassett (Helene Joy) and her three children have hit difficult times on their farm -- they can't even afford a turkey for their Thanksgiving dinner. Suddenly, Mary's wealthy and estranged mother Isabella (Jacqueline Bisset) has come to visit. Mary resents her mother's attempts to help them out of their financial difficulties and, in the end, more than money will be needed to heal the emotional wounds that exist between mother and daughter. (Sony).

Pandemic (2009) Ray Wise, Graham McTavish, Peter Asle Holden, Alesha Clarke. A veterinarian finds herself in the midst of a horrible contagious disease that affects both humans and animals. Extras: Commentary. (MTI Home Video).

Playmobil: The Secret of Pirate Island (2009) CGI animated DVD premiere brings the characters and sets from the Playmobil Pirate playsets to life. The DVD will include a special interactive feature that will allow viewers to participate in the action by choosing from various options as the story progresses - with 28 different possible story combinations. Seven-year-old Jack and his big sister Amelia stow away on a pirate ship headed for the mysterious Skull Island - a place filled with treasure and curious creatures. Can Jack and Amelia stay one step ahead of a bunch of wacky skeletons and get to the treasure before the pirates do? Extras: "Captain Gruff's Favorite Movie," "Pirate Sing-Along." (Sony).

Proposal, The (2009) Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds, Malin Akerman, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson, Oscar Nunez, Betty White, Dennis O'Hare. Available in two-disc Blu-ray and DVD editions as well as single-disc DVD and Blu-ray editions. Extras: Outtakes, bloopers, deleted scenes, commentary by director Anne Fletcher and writer Peter Chiarelli, alternate ending. (Disney).

Red Roses and Petrol (2003) Malcolm McDowell, Olivia Tracey, Heather Juergensen, Max Beesley, Greg Ellis, Susan Lynch. Based on the Irish play by acclaimed writer Joseph O'Connor, the darkly comedic drama offers a tour-de-force showcase for Malcolm McDowell as Enda Doyle, a university librarian, poet, and rascal who is the flawed patriarch of a dysfunctional family struggling to come to terms with his death and with one another. Unfolding during a haze of cigarette smoke and uneaten food as Enda's family gathers in Dublin for his wake, the story explores the emotional dynamics of familial relationships with sharp humor and surprising turns. A "Collector's Edition" set of authentic 35mm film frames cut directly from an official theatrical release print of "Red Roses and Petrol" will be included as an exclusive gift with each online order of the film (at www.redrosesandpetrol.com) prior to September 8, 2009, while supplies last. The film's soundtrack features music from Irish American band Flogging Molly and Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles. Selected music from the film, including bonus tracks by the Rainmakers, Joe Puerta of Ambrosia, and the Elders, is also being released on CD, iTunes and other outlets. (World Wide
Motion Pictures Corp.)

Tom and Jerry's Greatest Chases Volume 3 Fourteen cartoons directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and originally released between 1941 and 1956. Includes "The Two Mousketeers," which was released in 1952 and won an Academy Award for Best Short Subject: Cartoons, "Touche Pussycat" (1954), "Smitten Kitten" (952), "In Designs on Jerry" (1952), "The Pecos Pest" (1955), "The Flying Sorceress" (1956), "Blue Cat Blues" (1956), "Puttin' on the Dog" (1944), "Fine Feathered Friend" (1942), "The Bowling Alley Cat" (1942), "The Night Before Christmas" (1941), "Cat Napping (1951)," "The Flying Cat" (1952) and "Baby Butch" (1954). $14.97. (Warner).

Where the Day Takes You (1992) Will Smith, Sean Astin, Adam Baldwin, Lara Flynn Boyle, Balthazar Getty, Robert Knepper, Ricki Lake, James Le Gros, Nancy McKeon, Alyssa Milano, Dermot Mulroney, Christian Slater. Groundbreaking teen drama about the dark side of Tinseltown, boasting a stellar ensemble cast in some of the most startling performances of their young careers, including superstar Will Smith (Seven Pounds) in his film debut. Shot as if a documentary in the now popular reality style, the film captures the grim, unpleasant underbelly of Hollywood's runaway teens living on the street: A group of teenage runaways live each day lost in a spiral of drugs, sex, crime and violence. Led by King (Mulroney), the tribe includes tweaker Greg (Astin), legless Manny (Smith), unstable Little J (Getty), prostitute Kimmy (Milano) and just-off-the-bus Heather (Boyle). (Anchor Bay Entertainment).

Where's Amelia Earhart? (2009) History Channel National Geographic biography of the aviator, timed for the Oct. 23 theatrical release of "Amelia," starring Hilary Swank. $19.98. (Warner).
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