The Idiotbox:
Kate Winslet stars in the HBO remake of James Cain’s Depression era melodrama “Mildred Pierce.”
Timothy Olyphant returns as a no-nonsense U.S. Marshal in “Justified: Season 3”
Adult Swim’s animated ‘60s spy parody “Archer: Season 2”
A family in the witness protection program gets a reality show in “Delocated: Season 1 & 2.”
A bevy of guest stars, including Keith Richards and Tony Hawk, lend their voices in “The Simpsons: Season 14.”
Renegade cop shows make a prime target in the parody “Sledge Hammer! The Complete Series.”
From a new baby to prison—all of life’s highs and lows collide in “One Tree Hill: Season 8.”
Matt Groening’s sci-fi comedy is back with “Futurama: Season 6”
Jeremy Irons is the head of the notorious Italian Renaissance family, who rose to become a corrupt Pope in Neil Jordan’s “The Borgias: Season 1.”
Also available: David Cross in “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret: Series 1," “Royal Pains: Season 3, Vol. 1”

Funny Business:
Sarah Jessica Parker is a hard-working mom/executive whose life is a complicated juggling act in I Don’t Know How She Does It.
Brendan Gleeson nabbed a Golden Globe nomination as a eccentric small town Irish cop, who teams up with a strait-laced FBI agent (Don Cheadle) to take down a drug ring in The Guard.
Juno Temple stars alongside a star-studded cast in the quirky 1980s road trip coming of age tale, Dirty Girl.
Also available: Anna Ferris in What’s Your Number?, Division III: Football’s Finest

From the Vault:
Spencer Tracey stars in the French and Indian war adventure Northwest Passage, available through the Warner Archives.

Foreign Fare:
Jackie Chan stars in the Chinese war epic 1911.
Also available: Animes: Redline, First Squad: The Moment of Truth, Alberto Lattuada’s adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s The Overcoat

A young couple moves to the rural South and comes into mounting conflict with the locals in the remake of the Peckinpah classic Straw Dogs.
John Singleton directs up and coming star, Taylor Lautner, in the identity thriller Abduction.
The Mummy franchise continues in The Scorpion King 3: Battle For Redemption with Billy Zane
Also available: James Coburn double feature The Last Hard Men/Skyriders, Sean Bean in Age of Heroes, Ice Quake, Sinners and Saints, In the Name of the King 2

Under the Radar:
A haunted veteran squares off against his brother in a Mixed Martial Arts tournament in Warrior, a moving and action-packed drama.
Sam Shepard is an aging Butch Cassidy in Black Thorn.
Also available: Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock, The Fat Boy Chronicles, Diary of a Single Mom, Kickoff, Courageous

The Horror! The Horror!
Guillermo Del Toro pens the remake of the classic haunted house Movie of the Week, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.
When a bachelor party hits Las Vegas, they discover a whole new meaning to high stakes gambling in Hostel: Part III.
Apollo 18 takes the form of found footage from a nightmarish secret mission to the moon - the reason we’ve never gone back.
Also available: Shark Night 3D

Stranger than Fiction:
Bombay Beach is a poetic look at the Salton Sea, a once thriving tourist spot now abandoned
Also available: Jane Goodall’s life with apes in Jane’s Journey, Eames: The Architect and the Painter, IMAX documentaries: Arabia! 3D and Greece: Secrets of the Past, Cambodian Killing Fields exposé Enemies of the People, The Last Lions, The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, Bobby Fischer Against the World

Blu Notes:
Clifton Webb stars as legendary composer John Phillip Sousa in the classic musical biopic Stars and Stripes Forever.
A star-studded cast brings to life both sides of one of America’s greatest tragedies, the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Tora! Tora! Tora!