Susan Granger's DVD update
Testosterone-propelled "Fast Five" is the fifth installment of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, reuniting Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, and Vin Diesel in a thrill ride puts them in conflict with drug dealers in Rio.
"Scre4m" finds three pairs of attractive young women receiving those familiarly frightening phone calls and falling victim to what seems to be the Ghostface Killer, just as Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) returns to Woodsboro to publicize her best-selling memoir about being a survivor.
"Submarine" is a clever, off-beat, coming-of-age comedy, set in Wales, as an anxious 15 year-old (Craig Roberts) tries to save his parents' marriage and lose his virginity before his next birthday.
Sink your teeth into the first documentary to unearth the never-before-told true story of Bram Stoker and his legendary 1897 gothic novel; "Dracula: The Vampire and the Voivode," separates fact from fiction, featuring interviews with experts from the Transylvania Society of Dracula.
Jeff Lieberman's 30th anniversary edition of "Blue Sunshine" revives the homicidal horror of this bizarre cult film, revolving around a hallucinogenic drug that all the murders took in their younger days.
"Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World" is a retrospective of the man behind the $500-million-a-year merchandising empire, taking tattoo imagery from the shadowy fringes into the bright lights of pop culture.
Old-time TV fans will relish "The Honeymooners: Lost Episodes," a 15-disc collection of rare Jackie Gleason sketches and full-length shows, many not seen since their original broadcast.
From Lego comes "Hero Factory Savage Planet," an all-new, original movie featuring the bravest heroes in the galaxy in their quest to save humanity from the evil clutches of a mad witch doctor, featuring the vocal talents of Malcolm McDowell, John Schneider, Henry Winkler and Mark Hamill.
PICKS OF THE WEEK: From Disneynature, "African Cats" focuses on lion and cheetah mothers and cubs, filmed at the Masai Mara Nature Reserve in Kenya and narrated by Samuel L. Jackson. And "Buck" is Cindy Meehl's idyllic, inspirational documentary about charismatic Buck Brannaman, the real-life "horse-whisperer" who inspired the novel and the 1968 Robert Redford film.