There are lots of mom-themed movies ("I Remember Mama," "Mommy Dearest," "Baby Mama") but there's nothing quite like murderous Rebecca De Mornay's "Mother's Day," a bloody, visceral, home-invasion remake of the 1980 Troma horror film.

Coinciding with the release of Tim Burton's movie, the complete original series of "Dark Shadows" rises again in a colossal, custom coffin-shaped, 131-box set, featuring 1,225 episodes, with bonus, in-depth interviews, a commemorative booklet and other video extras for a whopping $599.98!

Or if you're into syrupy, sentimental melodrama, "The Vow" is a female wish-fulfillment fantasy as a husband (Channing Tatum) is determined to woo and win his wife (Rachel McAdams) again after she suffers a brain trauma and loses all memory of him and their life together.

"Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie" revolves around fame-courting, comedy morons Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim trying to recover money they squandered while trying to make a movie.

Anne Heche and James Tupper co-star in "Girl Fight" in a harrowing, cyber-bullying tale about studious Victoria "Tori" Lindsay, who desperately wanted to be part of her school's "in" crowd.

Inspired by the true story of notorious burglars who raiding homes of Hollywood celebrities like Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, "The Bling Ring" stars Jennifer Grey, Austin Butler and Yin Chang.

In "Beautiful Wave," Aimee Teegarden plays a teen sent to spend the summer with her estranged grandmother (Patricia Richardson) on the surfing beaches of Santa Cruz, California.

History comes alive in "Cold War," the powerful Peabody Award-winning, 18-hour CNN documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh, including an extended interview with Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

For foreign film aficionados, "Plot of Fear" is a classic Italian horror flick told through ingenious flashbacks.

For family viewing, "Happiness is...Peanuts: Team Snoopy" is an all-new collection of sports-themed adventures with the entire Peanuts gang, while "Tom & Jerry: Around the World" contains 22 rip-roaring cartoons featuring the tussling twosome.

PICK OF THE WEEK: If you're into this popular vampire vs. Lycan franchise, Kate Beckinsale returns as the warrior/goddess Selene in "Underworld Awakening," the fourth entry in the action-horror series launched by Beckinsale's real-life husband Len Wiseman back in 2003.

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