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“Terrorized Travelers” has the high-octane jaw-dropper Hot Rods to Hell (1967), Skyjacked (1972) and 1957’s Zero Hour!

The label concludes the series on a lavish note with “Historical Epics,” yoking The Colossus of Rhodes (1961) with Land of the Pharaohs (1955) and The Prodigal (1953).

Dark Sky Films services digital drive-in buffs with the 1970s double-feature disc The Glove/Search and Destroy ($14.98) and the Euro thriller Who Can Kill a Child? ($19.98 each).

The ‘A’ list

Among recent theatrical releases making their disc debuts, Paramount presents a pair — Samuel L. Jackson, Christina Ricci and Justin Timberlake in Craig Brewer’s controversial drama Black Snake Moan and Mark Wahlberg in Antoine Fuqua’s action thriller Shooter ($29.99 each), both arriving with filmmaker’s commentary, deleted scenes and featurettes.

Three disparate comedies also join the DVD ranks — the serial-killer mockumentary Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (Anchor Bay, $26.98), Heather Graham in Gray Matters (20th Century Fox, $27.98) and John Stamos in Wedding Wars (Sony Pictures, $24.96).

ThinkFilm releases the historical drama The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams ($27.98) and Universal Studios proffers Peaceful Warrior ($29.98).

Phan mail

Dear Phantom: I am trying to find a Polish movie, “Angry Forest,” that I viewed many times on TV.

Lillian S., via e-mail

No luck to date, but it might rate as a good future bet for the prolific foreign-film specialists at Facets Video (

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