We’re not even sure where to begin with this week’s overstuffed list, so we’ll begin by saying that if you haven’t seen Winter’s Bone yet, now’s the time, before you start mouthing off to your friends about the best movies of 2010. (And while we’re at it, we’re going to take our own advice and watch Everyone Else, a romantic psychodrama that many critics have cited as one of the year’s finest.) Next up: Blu-ray releases of classic movies, this week featuring the Back To The Future trilogy, the Stanley Kubrick WWI masterpiece Paths Of Glory, and the bugfuck 1977 Japanese horror movie House, which will be covered in depth in Scott Tobias’ next “New Cult Canon” column, this Thursday. On the TV front, we point you to Law & Order UK, which revivifies the formula by moving it overseas, and Evening Primrose, a rare Stephen Sondheim musical that aired live on TV in 1966 and has only been viewable at The Museum Of Television & Radio before today’s DVD release. Lastly, there are number of noteworthy documentaries to consider: A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back To Autism (featuring music by Sigur Rós and Björk, and narration by Kate Winslet), Hôtel Terminus: The Life And Times Of Klaus Barbie (the Oscar-winning film by The Sorrow And The Pity director Marcel Ophüls); and Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him)? (which will be worth getting on DVD just for the plethora of archival material).

Against The Current
MPI, $24.98

Alien Anthology
20th Century Fox Blu-ray, $139.99

Anchor Bay, $26.97; Blu-ray, $34.98

Back To The Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
Universal, $49.98; Blu-ray, $79.98

Cannibal Girls
Shout! Factory, $22.97

CSI: NY - The Sixth Season
Paramount, $62.99

The Deputy: The Complete Series
Timeless, $89.98

Evening Primrose
E1, $29.98

Everyone Else
Cinema Guild, $29.95

The Girl Who Played With Fire
Music Box, $29.95; Blu-ray, $34.95

Holiday Switch
A&E, $14.95

Home By Christmas
A&E, $14.95

Hotel Terminus: The Life And Times Of Klaus Barbie
Icarus, $34.98

Criterion, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.95

The Infidel
Tribeca, $24.95

Oscilloscope, $29.99

Lake Placid 3
Sony, $24.96

Last Day Of Summer
E1, $24.98

Law & Order UK: Season One
Universal, $39.98

Blue Underground, $24.98; Blu-ray, $34.98

A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back To Autism
First Run, $27.95

On The Road With Charles Kuralt: Set 3
Acorn, $39.99

Passenger Side
Strand, $24.99

Paths Of Glory
Criterion, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.95

Poldark: Series Two
Acorn, $69.99

Severin, $19.98

Recipe For A Perfect Christmas
A&E, $14.95

R.E.M.: Live From Austin TX
New West, $19.98

The Road To Christmas
A&E, $14.95

Rock & Rule
Unearthed Blu-ray, $29.99

Santa Claus: The Movie
Lionsgate, $14.98; Blu-ray, $19.99

Searchers 2.0
Microcinema, $24.95

Sex And The City 2
New Line, $28.98; Blu-ray, $35.99

South Of The Border
Cinema Libre, $24.95; Blu-ray, $29.95

Star Wars The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two
Warner, $44.98; Blu-ray, $59.98

Summer And Smoke
Olive, $24.95

Surviving The Holidays With Lewis Black
A&E, $19.95

Tropic Of Cancer
Olive, $24.95

The Venture Brothers: Season Four, Vol. 1
Cartoon Network, $23.98

War Of The Worlds: The Final Season
Paramount, $39.98

The Way Home
Lionsgate, $19.98

Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him)?
Lorber, $29.95

Wild Grass
Sony, $28.95

The Wild Wonderful Whites Of West Virginia
Tribeca, $24.95

Winter’s Bone
Lionsgate, $27.98; Blu-ray, $29.99

You Don’t Know Jack
HBO, $26.98