It's the field day of the Doctor in This Week's DVDs

In The Day of the Doctor, the Doctor relived his darkest day. Now you can relive the Doctor reliving his darkest day by buying The Day of the Doctor tomorrow, which for Doctor Who fans shouldn't be a dark day at all. Plus Futurama, Teen Wolf, Keanu Reeves, and more!

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor

You saw it! You were mildly let down by it! But now you can own it on Blu-ray and/or DVD, and get both the mini-sodes, a look behind-the-scenes of the special, and a "Doctor Who Explained" featurette.

Despicable Me 2

The feature-length commercial for little yellow minion merchandise returns with three shorts and an impressive bevy of special features.

Mary Poppins 50th Anniversary Edition

Rewatch the beloved Disney classic so you can feel extra-awkward about how much Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers fucking hated it ,despite whatever Saving Mr. Banks says.

Futurama Vol. 8

The final season, and easily the best of the relaunched series. Of course, that still means it was pretty erratic, but I'll take mediocre Scruffy over no Scruffy at all. And hey, the Fry-Leela thing kind of ended all right!

Teen Wolf: Season 3 Part 1

So… apparently this show turned really good at some point, or at least gained a rabid fanbase, because the Amazon reviews are insane. Anyone care to explain?

Fairy Tail: Phoenix Priestess

Either Amazon accidentally switched this anime movie's list of special features with Shout Factory's Fall of the House of Usher special edition, or the anime studio behind Fairy Tail really, really likes Vincent Price.

Man of Tai Chi

Keanu Reeves continues to know kung fu in this, his first directorial effort. Part One of the "Keanu Reeves Co-Opts Asian Pop Culture" trilogy, along with 47 Ronin and Ninja, Please! (last title may change).

Best of Ancient Aliens: Greatest Mysteries

Does it solve the mystery of how Ancient Aliens managed to rack up 64 episodes? Because if it does… I still won't care in the slightest.

Gatchaman: The Complete Collection

The classic '70s anime, known in the U.S. as Battle of the Planets, in its original, uncensored, and completely crazy glories. Five young psychopaths are given weapons, tech and bird-themed costumes to fight alien invaders. The set contain all 105 episodes and OVA movies on 14 Blu-ray discs.

Zombie Night

Daryl Hannah, Anthony Michael Hall and Alan Ruck manage to find a zombie movie that is beneath all of them.

The Lone Ranger

For those of you who just can't wait to get this epic masterpiece on Blu-ray, feel free to spend $60 on the Spanish-language edition.

During the Great Depression, a young girl watches as her lawyer father defends a black man falsely accused of rape in their small Southern town.