The Amityville Horror Collection (MGM) Arriving just in time for the inevitable remake, this four-disc box contains the underwhelming 1979 original and its two sequels, Amityville II: The Possession and Amityville 3-D (in 2-D here, alas), along with Amityville Confidential, which explores the true story behind the series. The first disc includes a commentary track by parapsychologist Dr. Hans Holzer.
Dig! (Palm) Ondi Timoner’s documentary about the intertwining histories of the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols gets a two-disc release loaded with special features: three audio commentaries (one with the filmmakers, and one with each of the bands), over two hours of unseen footage, music videos, live performances, and more.
Meet the Fockers (Universal) Joining the party as Greg Focker’s eccentric parents, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand save this one from comedy sequel hell. Among the generous supplements: an extended version of the movie, a blooper reel, 20 deleted scenes, a commentary track by director Jay Roach and editor-co-producer Jon Poll, and several behind-the-scenes bits, including one featuring Jinx the toilet-flushing cat.
Memento Mori (Tartan) A secret diary, forbidden lesbian romance, an apparent suicide—and that’s just the beginning in this Korean high school horror flick, a nominal sequel to Whispering Corridors.