Labyrinth (1986) (Blu-ray). Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie, and the Henson Company. Hard to go wrong with this trippy little number.
The Dark Crystal (Blu-ray). Now for the perfect companion for Labyrinth, here is another Henson Company production. I have not seen this in some time, but remember the puppetry being first rate and the story a little on the scary side. Rumors have it that a sequel is being planned.
A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa. This began life as a television special last year and proved to be a fun little special. I particularly like Pepe the Prawn.
Snakes on a Plane (Blu-ray). Well, the title pretty much sums it up, I think you know if you are interested in this one or not.
The Girlfriend Experience (also Blu-ray). This Steven Soderbergh feature centers on a call girl in the days leading up to the 2008 election as she balances her boyfriend, her clients, and her work. This is also notable as porn star Sasha Grey's mainstream acting debut.
The Hills Run Red (2009) I have been looking forward to this horror film which promises to deliver the bloody goods. It centers on a young film crew in search of the sets used in a long lost splatter horror film, only to find themselves in the middle of a real splatter fest.
Kings: The Complete Series. Set in a fictional world where kingdoms and not nations rule. It is a retelling of the story of King David. It feels a little like a soap opera, but it was also unique and fresh television. Unfortunately, it was canceled after one season.
The New York Ripper (Blu-ray). Is this the first Lucio Fulci film to hit Blu-ray? I do believe it is. This film has a psychoanalyst teaming with a cop to track down a vicious serial killer. On top of it all, I have not yet seen this one. Here is my chance.