This week: After sitting out the previous installment, Kate Beckinsale returns as fanged Death Dealer Selene in "Underworld: Awakening," which costars India Eisely, Michael Ealy, Theo James and Stephen Rea.
Also new this week is the comedy "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," the romantic drama "The Vow," and the limited-edition Blu-ray debut of 1959's "Journey to the Center of the Earth."
Box Office: $62 million
Rotten Tomatoes: 29% Rotten
Storyline: Vampire warrior woman Selene (Kate Beckinsale) awakens after being cryogenically imprisoned for 12 years to a world in which humans are hell-bent on exterminating both vampires and lycans. Selene's protective maternal instincts kick in when she discovers that she has a young hybrid daughter, Eve (India Eisely), whom Selene must rescue from being a genetic lab rat.
Extras! The Blu-ray has picture-in-picture functionality called "Cracking the Underworld" that highlights behind-the-scenes action and interviews while the movie is playing.
We Say: This fourth "Underworld" movie -- the third starring Beckinsale -- won't win any new converts, but fans will welcome Selene's revived ferocity and sense of purpose now that she's a mother in this quick-paced, lean (88 minutes) supernatural action flick. If you have the capabilities, the Blu-ray 3-D version really brings "Underworld" into your world.
'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'
Box Office: $200,803
Rotten Tomatoes: 38% Rotten
Storyline: Written by, directed by and starring Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, this comedy based on the Adult Swim show "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" finds Tim and Eric squandering a million dollars given to them to make a movie. To pay back the money, they answer an ad to revive a bankrupt mall.
Extras! Both the DVD and Blu-ray contain all the "Tim and Eric" you can eat, with more deleted and extended scenes as well as interviews and commentary with the duo.
We Say: This crude, R-rated comedy features some welcome appearances by comic royalty like Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, John C. Reilly and Jeff Goldblum, but it ultimately feels like a painfully extended sketch.
Box Office: $125 million
Rotten Tomatoes: 29% Rotten
Storyline: Based on a true story, this romantic drama stars Channing Tatum as a man devastated after his wife (Rachel McAdams) is in an accident and awakens with no memory of their relationship. He desperately tries to re-create the moments that shaped their romance.
Extras! In "'Til Death Do They Part" on the DVD and Blu-ray, cast and crew discuss the real-life events that shaped the film, as well as casting the lead roles, set design and amnesia from a medical standpoint.
We Say: Tatum and McAdams have enough chemistry to make susceptible viewers tear up, but this chaste love story feels formulaic and plays the material too safe to widen its appeal beyond the date-movie crowd.
'Journey to the Center of the Earth' (1959) Blu-ray
Box Office: $5 million
Rotten Tomatoes: 83% Fresh
Storyline: This sci-fi adventure, based on the Jules Verne novel, stars James Mason as a knighted professor and geologist who ventures to the center of the Earth through an extinct Icelandic volcano with his colleagues, including a student played by Pat Boone.
Extras! The only bonus features are an isolated score track and the original theatrical trailer.
We Say: The "Journey to the Center of the Earth" Blu-ray debut is limited to only 3,000 copies and is likely the best this 53-year-old film is ever going to look at home, so you'll have to journey to the center of eBay if you don't move fast on picking up this Oscar-nominated adventure.
Also New This Week:
"Gremlins 2: The New Batch" Blu-ray
"The Big C: The Complete Second Season"