Rewind: I love 'Warehouse 13'
'Warehouse 13: Season 2'
I have an unnatural adoration for "Warehouse 13," the series about the warehouse where they store all the supernatural gizmos discovered throughout history (think the warehouse from the end of "Raiders of the Lost Ark"). The second season builds on the intrigue of the first and amps it up with an overarching storyline about the enigmatic H.G. Wells. The third season starts July 11, and I encourage anyone who hasn't seen it to catch up immediately, because it's really a rollicking good adventure and I want it to run for a very long time. (DVD, $49.98)
'Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Edition'
Look, if you're going to watch all 724 hours of the extended cut of the "LoTR" trilogy, you might as well watch it in the best possible format. I hope you have a comfy couch. (Blu-ray, $119.98)
'Challenge of the Gobots: The Original Miniseries'
Way back in the early 1980s, there were Transformers and there were Gobots. In my neighborhood, cool kids had Transformers; not-so-cool kids had Gobots. I had both. This DVD collects the initial "Gobots" miniseries, which features a bunch of robots fighting each other. I'm glad it's being released, but if you're not nostalgic for this, you might want to watch some clips first before you spend any green on it. (DVD, $19.99)
"300" and "Watchmen" director Zach Snyder makes highly stylized films that I just don't want to watch. This should've-been-a-video-game-instead is about some young girl fighting her way though a dream world. (DVD, $28.98; Blu-ray/DVD Combo, $35.99)
'WWE: The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time'
WWE mines the vaults for some classic cage fights, including the seminal 1980 match at MSG where "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka flew from the top of the cage. (DVD, $29.93)
This adaptation of a Mordecai Richler novel features Paul Giamatti in the title role, looking back on his life and past relationships. Plus Dustin Hoffman plays his dad! (DVD/Blu-ray combo, $38.96)
'Rizzoli & Isles: The Complete First Season'
Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star in this TNT procedural based on the Tess Gerritsen thriller novels. (DVD, $39.98)
It's "Beauty and the Beast" for the "Twilight" kids. I'll be sticking with the Disney teapot version. (DVD, $28.95; Blu-ray, $34.95)
'Season of the Witch'
Nic Cage continues his insane march toward becoming a human punch line in this dud about Teutonic knights in the era of the Crusades. (DVD, $29.99; Blu-ray, $39.99)
'Tetsuo: The Bullet Man'
It doesn't get much stranger than this film about a grieving father who changes into a metal, revenge-seeking bullet man. The comparison to David Lynch already has been made, so I'm just going to repeat it. (DVD, $24.98)