The Majors: All Good Things stars Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst in a murder mystery so bizarre it has to be true. Andrew Jarecki (Capturing the Friedmans) is the perfect director to bring to the screen the beguiling true story of real estate heir Robert Durst and his wife who disappeared in 1982 never to be found again. Durst also provides a commentary track.

Who better than Kevin Spacey to play disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff? Casino Jack is a comedic take on the corrupt powerbroker as he buys Congress and swindles Indian gaming tribes.

The third installment of C.S. Lewis’ fantasy classic comes to life in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (available April 8). The Pevensies reunite with Prince Caspian in Narnia for a sea journey to the edge of the world. Michael Apted directs.



The Idiotbox: One of TV’s best dramas, “Friday Night Lights” hits DVD for its fifth and final season. Centering on a small Texas town where high school football is everything, the ensemble series follows the coaches and players’ dramas on and off the field. It will be missed.

Also available: Anime series Hero Tales: Parts 1 and 2, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood: Part 4



Stranger Than Fiction:
Jonathan Rhys-Davies takes you behind the creation of the best-selling book the world has ever known, the King James Bible, in KJB: The Book That Changed the World. Davies is your guide to historical landmarks and artifacts while the events surrounding the book’s birth come to life through dramatizations. It’s a fascinating journey for believers and history buffs alike.

Also available: 3-D IMAX films on Blu-ray – Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs, Ultimate G’s: Zac’s Flying Dream



Funny Business: Jim Carrey is a small-town family man turned charismatic homosexual con man in I Love You Philip Morris. After a car accident changes his perspective, Carrey decides to live it up, landing in prison where he falls for a naïve inmate (Ewan McGregor) and decides to break him out so they can start a life together.

Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro are back in Little Fockers, the third installment in the comedy franchise. Now with two little ones relying on him, Greg has to prove to his ex-CIA father-in-law that he can take over the reins as family patriarch. Joining the returning cast are Laura Dern, Jessica Alba and Harvey Keitel.



From the Vault: Collect the films of two of cinema’s greatest stars with the TCM Greatest Classic Film Collection: Legend – Bette Davis and Marlon Brando. Davis’ set includes Now, Voyager, Dark Victory with Humphrey Bogart, Old Acquaintance and Jezebel. Brando’s contains his star-making turn in A Streetcar Named Desire, Julius Caesar, The Teahouse of the August Moon and John Huston’s Reflections in a Golden Eye with Elizabeth Taylor.

Previously found only in the Gregory Peck Film Collection, Mirage, Arabesque, Captain Newman, M.D. and The World in His Arms are now available individually. Mirage is a top-notch identity thriller, a kind of precursor to Philip K. Dick. Arabesque is Stanley Donen’s very ’60s espionage romance co-starring Sophia Loren.

Action Packed Collection features a Roger Corman triple feature of Georgia Peaches, The Great Texas Dynamite Chase and Smokey Bites the Dust.



Under the Radar: teen satire Devolved



Blu Notes: It’s hard to believe it’s been 15 years since Wes Craven took irony to a new level, deconstructing the slasher film in Scream. Before checking out Craven’s return with the fourth installment, bone up on Sidney Prescott’s twisted family history with the original trilogy on Blu-ray.