The classic time-travel comedy and two lesser sequels in Back To The Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy (Warner Brothers) come with lavish extras including two commentaries per movie, new interviews, making-of docs and much more ($54.99, HMV, 333 Yonge, 416-586-9668, and others, hmv.ca).
Ten-part miniseries The Pacific (Warner Brothers, 2010) follows three real-life U.S. Marines through key World War II battles. Included in the package is a making-of doc, a look at the marines' lives after the war and a doc on the historical and cultural influences that shaped the war ($79.99, HMV).
Humphrey Bogart: The Essential Collection (Warner Brothers) includes 24 films, with classics The Maltese Falcon, The Big Sleep, The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre and Casablanca among them. Plus a feature doc on the Warner brothers, commentaries, shorts, cartoons and more ($99.99, HMV).
America Lost And Found: The BBS Story (Criterion/eOne) collects seven early-70s indie films from Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider and Steve Blauner's BBS production company, essentials like Head; Easy Rider; Drive, He Said; Five Easy Pieces; A Safe Place and The Last Picture Show. Count on new digital restoration and the usual high-calibre Criterion extras ($139.99, HMV).