Rewind: 'A Trip to the Moon Restored,' 'The Iron Lady,' more
'A Trip to the Moon Restored'
If you've seen Martin Scorsese's epic "Hugo" from last year, you should be very well acquainted with George Melies' silent film "A Trip to the Moon." This edition includes the long-thought-lost hand-colored film, which was restored from a print discovered in 1993 and the doc "The Extraordinary Voyage," about the film and restoration. (Blu-ray, $39.95)
'The Iron Lady'
Meryl Streep won the Oscar for Best Actress for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in this biopic, but the rest of this film was not that well received. (DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.99)
'Into the Abyss'
The always interesting Werner Herzog ("Fitzcarraldo," "Grizzly Man") uses a triple homicide case in Texas as the backbone of his documentary about the exploration of the reason both people and the state kill. (DVD, $24.98; Blu-ray, $29.98)
'The Darkest Hour'
Emile Hirsch, Max Minghella and Olivia Thirlby star in this alien attack sci-fi flick that puts an emphasis on the special effects. (DVD, $26.99; Blu-ray, $34.99)
'Donald Glover: Weirdo'
The "Community" star and rapper (aka Childish Gambino) performs stand-up. That's right people, he's a triple threat. (DVD, $14.98)
'Logan's Run: Complete Series'
Fans of obscure TV shows from the 1970s should take note of this long-awaited collection of the series inspired by the futuristic 1976 film. (DVD, $39.98)
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