It’s a musical week here at the list, highlighted by a nice-sized box set of clips and performances from the seminal syndicated R&B showcase Soul Train. Equally tuneful: Bird On A Wire (a document of Leonard Cohen’s 1972 tour) and the documentary Legends Of The Canyon (about the late ‘60s hippie rock community in Los Angeles). The other major theme of the week involves television representations of life’s seamier side, as seen in the second season of Sons Of Anarchy, the compete run of the ‘60s horror series Thriller, and the trio of British TV movies collectively known as Red Riding. After watching all those, you may want to head back to the music movies, to soothe your jangled nerves.

Apache Rifles
VCI, $19.99

The Best Of Soul Train
Time-Life, $14.99/$39.99

Brothers & Sisters: The Complete Fourth Season
ABC, $45.99

Cinevardaphoto
Cinema Guild, $29.95

The Evil Dead
Anchor Bay Blu-ray, $29.97

FlashForward: The Complete Series
ABC, $59.99

Harry Brown
Sony, $27.96; Blu-ray, $30.95

House: The Complete Sixth Season
Universal, $59.98; Blu-ray, $74.98

iCarly: iSpace Out
Nickelodeon, $16.99

Legends Of The Canyon
Image, $19.98

Leonard Cohen: Bird On A Wire
MVD/Tony Palmer, $19.95

Marmaduke
20th Century Fox, $19.98; Blu-ray, $39.99

The Middle: The Complete First Season
Warner, $44.98

NCIS Los Angeles: The First Season
Paramount, $62.99; Blu-ray, $72.99

9th Company
Well Go USA, $24.98/$29.98; Blu-ray, $26.98/$32.98

Once An Eagle
Timeless, $19.98

OSS 117: Lost In Rio
Music Box, $29.95

Parenthood: Season One
Universal, $39.98

Red Riding Trilogy
IFC, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.98

Sons Of Anarchy: Season Two
20th Century Fox, $59.98; Blu-ray, $69.99

Thriller: The Complete Series
Image, $149.98

Tormented
IFC, $24.98

Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?
Lionsgate, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99

The Vampire Diaries: The Complete First Season
Warner, $59.98; Blu-ray, $69.97

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