Friday, January 23, 2008
"Moonlight: The Complete Series" - Alex O'Loughlin, Sophia Myles and Shannyn Sossamon star in the short-lived action show about a vampire with a paying job as a private detective. A four-disc set has all 16 episodes.
"Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger" - Comedian Rock's latest standup special comes in a single-disc DVD or a three-disc set that also has the three full performances from which the show was assembled.
"George Wallace" - Gary Sinise and Angelina Jolie star in John Frankenheimer's 1990s miniseries about Wallace, the Alabama governor and presidential candidate paralyzed by a would-be assassin's bullet in 1972. The two-disc set includes cast and crew interviews.
"The Rockford Files: Season Six" - James Garner returns for his last season as an ex-con turned private eye. The three-disc set has the final 12 episodes.
"My Three Sons: The First Season, Volume Two" - The long-running comedy that debuted in 1960 casts Fred MacMurray as a widower raising three boys. The second half of the first season is packaged in a three-disc set.
"Emergency! Season Five" - The 1970s action series follows the lifesaving exploits of two paramedics (Kevin Tighe and Randolph Mantooth). Year five's 24 episodes come in a five-disc package.
"The Last Detective: Complete Collection" - The British crime drama stars Peter Davison as a detective disrespected by colleagues, whose diligent methods always crack the case. All 17 installments of the show are gathered in a nine-disc set that also has a 1981 movie with Bernard Cribbins in the same role.
"MI-5: Volume 6" - An elite spy squad in Britain hunts down terrorists, mercenaries and other national-security threats. The five-disc set has the sixth season's 10 episodes, plus commentary and cast interviews.
"Captains and the Kings" - The 1976 miniseries stars Richard Jordan and Patty Duke in the story of a Joseph Kennedy-like Irish patriarch who rises to wealth and political power in America. The three-disc set includes an interview with co-star Blair Brown.