Point Blank(Warner Bros.)Lee Marvin is at his most iconic in John Boorman's vengeance-obsessed neo-noir, which anticipated by several years the paranoia thrillers of the mid '70s. Boorman is on hand for commentary along with Steven Soderbergh, and there's a pair of vintage featurettes.
Unfaithfully Yours(Criterion)The only acknowledged classic of Preston Sturges's post-Paramount period finally arrives on disc. Rex Harrison stars as a symphony conductor who, convinced his wife is having an affair, constructs elaborate revenge fantasies set to the music of Rossini, Wagner, and Tchaikovsky. Extras include a commentary track from a trio of Sturges scholars and an interview with the director's widow, Sandy Sturges. JOSHUA LAND