The Horror! The Horror! Let Me In, a remake of the Swedish vampire drama Let the Right One In, preserves the original’s haunting mixture of horror thriller and coming-of-age drama for one of the most effective and original horror films of the decade. A bullied teenage boy finds a friend in his mysterious new neighbor, a young girl who turns out to be a vampire, cursed in having to move from town to town with her caretaker (Richard Jenkins). Elias Koteas co-stars.

A group of teens become targets of a deranged killer when they receive a chain e-mail in Chain Letter. Nikki Reed and the always-creepy Brad Dourif star.

The Vault: Four under-seen gems of Hollywood’s second golden age come to DVD, including the heist comedy 11 Harrowhouse starring Charles Grodin and Candice Bergen, Stanley Donen’s bootlegging comedy Lucky Lady starring Gene Hackman and Burt Reynolds and the action/adventure double feature Butch & Sundance/Death Hunt. The first half of that bill is a prequel to the Redford/Newman classic directed by Richard Lester and starring William Katt and Tom Berenger as the outlaws. The second half has two of cinema’s greatest badasses, Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson, squaring off in the frozen Alaskan wilderness.

Four new TCM Greatest Classic Film Collections highlight the work of some of Hollywood’s biggest legends, including Jean Harlow, Errol Flynn, John Ford and everyone’s favorite canine, Lassie. Harlow made some of cinema’s most charming romantic comedies, including Dinner at Eight and Libeled Lady, and does anyone epitomize adventure better than Errol Flynn? Included are two of his classic swashbucklers, The Adventures of Robin Hood and The Sea Hawk. The director who defined the western, John Ford, offers some classics of the genre, including She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and 3 Godfathers. Then catch a young Elizabeth Taylor and her heroic hound in the Lassie series.

Each of these moderately priced sets includes four classic films.

Also available: aerial action series Airwolf: Season Four

Under the Radar: A fantastic young cast, including Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield and Keira Knightley, brings to life Kazuo Ishiguro’s neo-classic Never Let Me Go. Like much of the author’s work, it is a quietly mounting, small-scale tragedy. Set in a seemingly idyllic English boarding school, the film follows three friends who have to come to grips with their feelings for each other and the reality of the grim life that they have been prepared for.

James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart and Melissa Leo give powerful performances in the Sundance drama Welcome to the Rileys. Gandolfini plays the father of a dead teenaged daughter who finds a runaway (Stewart) living in New Orleans as a stripper. Together with his shattered wife (Leo), Gandolfini tries to save Stewart and himself.

Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell lead a stellar cast in the award-worthy drama Conviction. Based on an incredible true story, the film follows a high school dropout and working mother who puts herself through law school in order to secure the release of her brother, who is wrongly imprisoned for murder. Juliette Lewis, Minnie Driver and Peter Gallagher co-star. Also included is an interview with the real Betty Anne Waters.

Bonded By Blood follows the violent rise and fall of one of England’s most notorious gangs, the Essex Boys.

Also available: Sophie Okonedo and Sam Neill in the Apartheid-era Skin, Gerard Depardieu in Claude Chabrol’s final film, Inspector Bellamy

Blu Notes: Jamie Foxx embodies musical legend Ray Charles in Taylor Hackford’s electrifying biopic Ray now on Blu-ray. The Oscar-winning musical drama looks and sounds better than ever and is packed with extras, including a jam session between Foxx and Charles.