Blu Notes: Alien Anthology brings all four Alien films to hi-def. The set includes the theatrical as well as the extended cut versions of each film, plus 50 hours of bonus material.

There can be only one! Highlander, the epic tale of a race of immortals who do battle comes to Blu-ray along with its sequel, Highlander 2. Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery star as the sword-wielding duo whose partnership spans centuries from Scotland to modern-day New York.

Action! Josh Brolin and Megan Fox star in the adaptation of DC comic Jonah Hex. Brolin is a scarred bounty hunter who strikes a deal with the U.S. military in exchange for his freedom.

In Bangkok Adrenaline, five friends find themselves on the hit list of two separate Thai gangs. Luckily, they’re also kick-ass martial artists.

Altitude is a supernatural thriller about five teenage friends on a small plane that suddenly begins climbing higher and higher right into a storm. Something sinister wants them dead, and it’s up to the rookie pilot (Jessica Lowndes of “90210”) to save them.

The Idiotbox: Al Pacino stars in You Don’t Know Jack, the story of the infamous Jack Kevorkian, the doctor who became the poster child for assisted suicide. Barry Levinson directs a stellar cast including Susan Sarandon and John Goodman. Also included is an interview with Kevorkian.

Ray Romano headlines the intelligent and funny dramedy Men of a Certain Age: The Complete First Season (available Nov. 9). One of the best new shows on TV, the series follows three college friends, now middle aged and going through various crises. Scott Bakula and Andre Braugher co-star.

Beverly Hills 90210: The 10th Season is the final season of the generation-defining series. Say goodbye again to Kelly, Dylan and the gang.

Jenna Elfman returns to TV in Accidentally on Purpose: The DVD Edition. Elfman plays a woman who becomes pregnant with a much younger man’s baby and decides to keep both. Unfortunately, the man is little more than a big kid himself.

Funny Business: Not the caroling kind? Spend the holiday season commiserating with fellow curmudgeon and master of the comedic rant, Lewis Black, in Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black. Bob Saget, Craig Ferguson and others chime in.

The Vault: The Bing Crosby Collection contains six films from the multitalented entertainer. Included are: College Humor, We’re Not Dressing, Here Is My Heart, Mississippi, Sing You Sinners and Welcome Stranger. George Burns, Gracie Allen and W.C. Fields co-star.

Under the Radar: Skeletons is an original dark comedy starring the British comedy duo Andrew Buckley and Ed Gaughan. The pair play traveling salesmen who perform “the Procedure,” exposing people’s innermost secrets.

Also available: Nice Guy Johnny, the latest from director Ed Burns, Tony Perkins in the 1966 TV production of Stephen Sondheim’s Evening Primrose, Harrison Montgomery starring Martin Landau

Made in Japan: Vash is an outlaw on the run from bounty hunters on a desert planet in the sci-fi western anime Trigun: The Complete Series.

Stranger Than Fiction: Sometimes called the Third House of our government, lobbying plays a crucial and, many say, devastating part in the democratic process. The Best Government Money Can Buy takes you inside the workings of these Washington power brokers.

Unlock the mysteries of the universe with Earth and Space, an amazing hi-def journey through space and time. The set collects the first seasons of the History Channel’s “The Universe” and “How the Earth Was Made.”

World War II 360 contains two History series, “Battle 360” and “Patton 360,” which use CGI to recreate pivotal WWII battles, featuring interviews with men who fought under General Patton along with commentary from military historians.