Marvel Cinematic Phase One - Disney - Blu-ray Double dip? Oh yes. Worth it? If you're a fanboy, probably. This cool 10-disc set has all the Marvel Blu-rays you probably already own, packaged in a slick metal case with S.H.I.E.L.D. decal, inside of which is a glowing Tesseract. The discs themselves get new packaging, each sleeved in dossier files with new artwork. A bonus disc has never-seen footage and previews of Phase Two. For $150 it's not a bad buy if you don't already own all the films and the presentation is pretty nifty.
The Best of Warner Bros. 20 Film Collection: Romance
As part of its "Best Of" series this year, Warner has put out this 20-film set that spans 70-plus years and includes everything from award-winning classics to modern hits. DVD only.
The films: Jezebel (1938), Gone with the Wind (1939), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Casablanca (1942), Mrs. Miniver (1942), Now, Voyager (1942), Annie Get Your Gun (1950), A Streetcar Named Desire: The Original Director's Version (1951), Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Splendor in the Grass (1961), Doctor Zhivago (1965), A Touch of Class (1973), A Star Is Born (1976), The Goodbye Girl (1977), The Bodyguard (1992), You've Got Mail (1998), Two Weeks Notice (2002), The Lake House (2006) and Nights in Rodanthe (2008)
The Baytown Outlaws Grindhouse Southern-fried shoot-'em-up starring Eva Longoria as a woman out for revenge who hires three outlaws to bring back her godson. Plenty of gore, plenty of profanity for those of you who enjoy Quentin Tarantino copycats.
John Dies at the End If trippy movies are your bag, this one might be your cup of Soy Sauce. A horror comedy written by an editor at Cracked.com (that should tell you something right there), John Dies involves two college dropouts who take a drug called Soy Sauce that takes them to another world--literally--where they need to fight an alien invasion threatening Earth. Oh yeah, and there's meat monsters, flying mustaches, amputated limbs and Paul Giamatti, too. Check out an interview with the director on our sister site, Movies.com.