Susan Granger's weekly DVD update
On a remote island with a secret past, six ambitious forensic undergrads are pitted against one another on a scientific expedition, vying for an esteemed trainee position with the FBI in "13 Eeerie." Unbeknownst to everyone, the site was formerly used as an illegal biological testing ground for life-term criminals who were left for dead and are now zombies.
Luke Perry returns to the lawless frontier in the third installment of Hallmark Movie Channel's highest-rated film "Goodnight For Justice: Queen of Hearts" as Judge Goodnight rescues beautiful Lucy Truffaut (Katherine Isabelle) from a stagecoach attack but then begins to suspect that she's not who she seems to be.
Clifton Powell, Jackee Harry and Marla Gibbs star in the urban drama "Forbidden Woman," as an ambitious attorney reaches a pivotal point in his life and career when he falls in love with the wife of his boss.
Funnyman Craig Shoemaker sets the record straight on parenthood in "Daditude," a stand-up special that originally aired on Showtime in November.
For youngsters, there's "Thomas & Friends: Railway Mischief" on the island of Sodor, "Bob the Builder" Building Buddies" and "Awesome Adventures: Preschool Party Surprise." Plus, Wubbzy's good friend and Wuzzleburg's top thinker Walden is on his own in "Best of Walden!"
PICK OF THE WEEK: Bill Murray delivers a formidable performance as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in "Hyde Park on Hudson" with Laura Linney as his cousin/confidante, Daisy Suckley. The story takes place during an intrigue-filled weekend when King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit the presidential bucolic retreat in Hyde Park, N.Y., to engage isolationist America's support against Adolf Hitler's Germany.