My Funny Valentine: Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) and Shekhar Kapur (Elizabeth) are among the filmmakers showing the "City That Never Sleeps" some love in New York, I Love You. Picking up where Paris, je t’aime left off, the anthology film shows several different kinds of love stories set in the same city. The all-star cast includes: Ethan Hawke, Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Julie Christie and more.

Love Happens is a romantic drama starring Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart. A self-help guru dealing with his wife’s death falls for a woman who has sworn off men. Martin Sheen co-stars.

From Nia Vardalos, writer/director/star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, comes I Hate Valentine’s Day (Feb. 9). “SNL”’s Rachel Dratch and “30 Rock”’s Judah Friedlander co-star.

The Anti-Valentine: I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell is the first feature adaptation of cult blogger Tucker Max’s tales of remorseless sexual depravity.

The Horror! The Horror! Before the remake hits theaters, check out the Man of a Thousand Faces, Lon Chaney Jr., in the original Universal horror classic The Wolf Man (1941). Included in this two-disc Legacy Edition are numerous featurettes covering the werewolf myth, the life of Chaney and legendary makeup artist Jack Pierce.

The House of the Devil. It’s never good to be a babysitter in a horror movie. Samantha takes a gig at a house way out in the middle of nowhere in the dead of night. She then finds out the owners don’t actually have a child. The effortlessly creepy Tom Noonan stars in this low-budget horror flick in the vein of slow-burning ’70s classics.

The Vault: The latest wave of TCM Greatest Classic Film Collections include: Romance, Sci-Fi Adventures and four from the Marx Brothers. Spend Valentine’s Day with some classic love affairs, including: Elia Kazan’s Splendor in the Grass, starring Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood and Billy Wilder’s Love in the Afternoon. Some of the other classics in these sets include: Them!, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, A Day at the Races and Room Service.

Stranger Than Fiction: A fitting farewell to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson: This Is It highlights the show that could’ve been. The documentary shows Jackson developing and rehearsing his sold-out comeback tour. Also included are featurettes spotlighting the audition process for backup dancers and a tribute to Jackson.

Also available: History Channel’s WWII In HD, Pawn Stars: Season One.

British Invasion: One of the great English satirists of the 20th century, Evelyn Waugh comes to DVD in adaptations of two of his great works, A Handful of Dust and Scoop.

The first film stars Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient) as a society wife who has an affair out of boredom, precipitating the downfall of her marriage. Along the way, some savage swipes are taken at the idle rich. The top-notch cast includes Alec Guinness, Judi Dench and Anjelica Huston.

Scoop examines the absurd interplay of politicians, journalists and the gullible public when a naïve journalist goes to a war-torn African republic.

A precursor to “Cracker,” A Mind to Kill: Series 1 is a gritty cop drama with a focus on character and intricate plots. Philip Madoc (“Doctor Who”) stars as a Welsh detective, a widower who uses his instincts to solve brutal crimes while shielding his daughter from his world.

The finale of the David Tennant-era of the long-running “Doctor Who” comes to DVD in The Complete Specials, containing The Waters of Mars and The End of Time. The hit revamping of the cult classic follows “The Doctor” and his compatriots as they travel across time and space to save Earth from otherworldly threats.

Made in Japan: New anime available: Rin, Daughters of Mnemosyne: The Complete Series, Sands of Destruction: The Complete Series, One Piece: Season Two, Fifth Voyage, Sgt. Frog: Season Two, Part 1

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