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HELLO I MUST BE GOING

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HELLO I MUST BE GOING

BEST OF WARNER BROS. 100 FILM DVD COLLECTION and BEST OF WARNER BROS. 50 FILM BLU-RAY COLLECTION So what will Warner do to celebrate its centenary? Many of the usual suspects are here in this pair of limited and numbered collections, from “The Maltese Falcon” and “Casablanca” to “The Dark Knight” and “Inception.” Both sets include the new documentaries “Tales from the Warner Bros. Lot” and “The Warner Bros. Lot Tour.” (Warner, $597.92 each)

DIE HARD: 25TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION With “A Good Day to Die Hard” opening next month, what better time for Bruce Willis’s four previous outings as super-cop John McClane to arrive on Blu-ray. Includes bonus disc “Decoding Die Hard.” (Fox, $59.99)

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HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA In this animated creature feature, Adam Sandler voices Dracula as a fretful father sheltering his daughter (Selena Gomez) from humans. He builds the titular monster resort as a means to that end. Complications ensue when a backpacker (Andy Samberg) visits. There’s a likable energy throughout, and smart touches add up. Extras: director commentary, prologue, “Monster Remix” music video. (Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $40.99)

WHITE ZOMBIE Who needs the cast of “The Walking Dead” stumbling around Georgia when you can have Bela Lugosi being Bela Lugosi in Haiti? The 1932 horror classic has been remastered from a fine-grain print. Extras: six-minute 1932 film interview with Lugosi, 1951 reissue trailer, stills gallery. (Kino, $14.95; Blu-ray, $29.95)

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The soulful character actress Melanie Lynskey gets a welcome lead role as a sad-sack divorcee who washes up at her parents’ suburban home and becomes the local Mrs. Robinson. The movie’s small and satisfying, bleak but funny, and Blythe Danner, as the heroine’s mom, reminds you of just how good she is. Extras: interviews with Lynskey, director Todd Louiso, and writer Sarah Koskoff; trailer. (Oscilloscope, $29.99)

THAT OBSCURE OBJECT OF DESIRE Luis Buñuel’s final film finally arrives on Blu-ray. With typically perverse aplomb, the great Surrealist casts two very dissimilar actresses (Carole Bouquet and Angela Molina) as the same character, who’s the focus of Fernando Rey’s not-so-obscure longing. Extras: interviews with Bouquet and Molina and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière, featurette on Buñuel. (Lionsgate, $29.99)

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