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THE SCHWARZENEGGER COLLECTION Featuring Commando, The Running Man, Predator, and Total Recall, this boxed set charts the evolution of Ah-nuld, from exploitable muscle-bound lunk to A-list sci-fi hero. The movies themselves are all in wide-screen (Total Recall also features the pan-and-scan version) and boast the standard crystal-perfect picture and sound (only Commando isn’t remastered in Dolby Digital). There isn’t anything super-special about this set (no audio commentaries, no additional footage or directors’ cuts, etc.), but if you’re the Schwarzenegger freak that we know you are, there’s no passing this up. B

DICK TRACY COLLECTION: SPECIAL EDITION Four black-and-white detective yarns from the ’40s FEATURES Audio commentary by writer Max Allan Collins

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION George A. Romero’s zombie classic FEATURES Behind-the-scenes footage, theatrical trailer, photo gallery, music videos, featurette, cut scenes

TALES FROM THE CRYPT: THE ROBERT ZEMECKIS COLLECTION The Oscar winner, who cocreated HBO’s horror series, directed these installments: ”And All Through the House,” ”Yellow,” and ”You, Murderer.”

QUIZ SHOW The thrill of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire gets corrupted by big business; starring Ralph Fiennes. FEATURES Wide-screen edition

VAMPYROS LESBOS This 1970 cult classic — all about, yes, lesbian vampires — has experienced something of a hip resurgence, thanks to its groove-lounge soundtrack (bits of which were most recently heard in Jackie Brown). FEATURES New wide-screen transfer created from the original film elements, subtitled