The Idiot Box: With Alan Ball (“Six Feet Under”) behind the wheel, HBO’s “True Blood” is like Twilight for adults. The Complete Third Season has Sookie setting out for Mississippi to find Bill, where she has a run-in with a pack of werewolves, meets the Vampire King, finds her powers and discovers her true identity.

A private detective with a gift for observation convinces the local police that he is psychic and lands a cushy consulting gig solving their most bizarre cases in Psych: The Complete Fifth Season.

The delightfully weird and cross-dressing Canadian sketch comedy legends, the Kids in the Hall, return for the eight-episode miniseries Death Comes to Town.

Two series from HBO Latin America come to domestic DVD. Capadocia: Season 1 follows the gritty life inside an experimental women’s prison in Mexico City. Hijos del Carnaval Season 1 & 2 delves into the world of Brazilian organized crime and centers on a mob boss and his three sons following the suicide of his favorite child.

Rookie Blue: The Complete First Season follows the personal and professional lives of a group of close-knit rookies plunged into the high-stakes world of big-city policing.

Travel to the bayou with a group of Cajuns as they go on a 30-day alligator hunt in Swamp People: Season 1.

Ben Bailey: Road Rage & Accidental Ornithology is the stand-up special debut by “Cash Cab” host Bailey.



Under the Radar: Cult director Gregg Araki (Mysterious Skin) crafts another characteristically odd film with the surreal sci-fi teen sex comedy Kaboom.

Peru's official submission to the Academy Awards, Undertow is a tender look at a bisexual love triangle.

Also available: a lush new adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Duel, horror films The Violent Kind and Savage County



For Dad: Three western classics arrive on Blu-ray in time for Father’s Day: two late-era John Wayne flicks, Rio Lobo and Big Jake, and Richard Harris in A Man Called Horse. Rio Lobo reunited Wayne with frequent collaborator, director Howard Hawks, as the leader of a posse tracking a gang of train robbers. Big Jake has Wayne going after the kidnappers of his grandson during the last days of the Old West. A Man Called Horse is a fantastic drama about an English aristocrat who was captured by Sioux Indians and eventually works to become a member of the tribe.



The Majors: Nobody does over-the-top like Nicolas Cage, and Drive Angry is certainly that. Cage plays an undead felon who breaks out of hell and goes on a violent tear against the cult who murdered his daughter and kidnapped her baby. Amber Heard and William Fichtner costar.



From the Vault:
One of cinema’s greatest directors comes to high definition with the Blu-ray releases of A Clockwork Orange: Anniversary Edition, Lolita and Barry Lyndon. Clockwork is brimming with bonus features, including two new featurettes, a 40-page booklet and two feature-length documentaries. Barry Lyndon, a Rembrandt painting come to life, is perfect for Blu-ray.

One of the great coming-of-age movies, George Lucas’ American Graffiti comes remastered in a new special edition featuring commentary by Lucas. Set against the nostalgic backdrop of early ’60s rock ’n’ roll, hot rods and drive-ins, the film follows a group of friends on their last night before leaving for college. Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss and a young Harrison Ford star.Before he went crazy, Charlie Sheen was the rising young star of Oliver Stone’s Vietnam classic Platoon, now available in a 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray.

A lost classic of Italian cinema, Adua and Her Friends stars Simone Signoret and Marcello Mastroianni. The film follows four former prostitutes who open a trattoria and soon fall under the thumb of a prominent fixer.