The Majors: Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker star in the remake of the disturbing German film The Experiment. A group of men participate in an experiment to research the effects of power and control. Some of them will be guards; the others will be prisoners. But as the men become deeper enmeshed in their roles, the experiment soon spirals out of control.

Return to Truth University in the sequel Stomp The Yard: Homecoming. Terrence J and Pooch Hall perform amazing step choreography.

The Idiotbox: Jason Schwartzman, Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson star in HBO’s quirky noir homage Bored to Death: The Complete First Season. After his girlfriend dumps him, Jonathan Ames sets out to become a private detective in Brooklyn.

“30 Rock” remains one of the funniest shows on television in Season 4. Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin run a “SNL”-esque comedy show with a cast of eccentrics. Guest stars include Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Will Ferrell.

The Roman epic of gladiators and the legend who led a slave revolt gets an update in Spartacus: Blood and Sand – The Complete First Season. This visually stunning series puts you inside the gladiator arena.

An ominous dark water threatens an alien world and only Ren, a young pirate prince, can collect the 13 treasures and defeat the evil Lord Bloth in the animated The Pirates of Dark Water: The Complete Series, available online through the Warner Archives.

Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay track down the most deviant criminals, from child molesters to religious fanatics, in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Year 11. Sharon Stone and Stephen Rea guest star.

The deadpan Jane Lynch (Best in Show) is hilarious in the refreshingly earnest Glee: The Complete First Season. The Emmy-winning show follows a group of misfits as they battle the malicious cheerleading coach and perform in singing competitions.

Joe Mantegna leads the FBI’s team of profilers, predicting where serial criminals will strike next in Criminal Minds: Season 5.

After hotshot lawyer Nick Fallin is arrested for drugs, he is sentenced to serve as a child advocate in The Guardian: The Second Season.

One of the best new comedies on TV, Modern Family: The Complete First Season, stars Ed O’Neill as the patriarch of a big, messy, diverse modern family. His gay son just adopted a baby, while his daughter juggles two kids and a big kid husband.

Also available: Being Human: Season Two

The Vault: Just in time for the sequel, check out Michael Douglas in the new Insider Trading Edition of Oliver Stone’s ’80s classic Wall Street. Douglas epitomizes white-collar sleaze in his Oscar-winning role. Charlie Sheen plays an up-and-coming stockbroker who compromises ethics in pursuit of Reagan-era ideals. Greed is good.

James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson shoot up the screen in two new collections, TCM Greatest Classic Films: Gangsters - Prohibition Era and Gangsters - James Cagney. The four-film collections include classics like Little Ceasar and White Heat. A third collection, Hammer Horror, features gothic tales starring Hammer icons Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.

MGM reissues a slew of great literary adaptations packaged with themed bookmarks, including John Huston’s classic Moby Dick, John Ford’s The Grapes of Wrath and the bold Third Reich-inspired staging of Richard III starring Ian McKellen.

Stranger Than Fiction: NASCAR royalty the Petty family are documented in Petty Blue, narrated by Kevin Costner. Using racing footage, vintage film and candid interviews, the film brings to life four generations of champions.

Blu Notes: Now in hi-def, Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper captures the glam rocker’s 1973 Billion Dollar Babies tour, an unrivaled rock ’n’ roll stage spectacle. The band’s five original members perform “I’m Eighteen,” “Schools Out” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy.” Also included are deleted scenes and commentary by Cooper.