Alas, Aaron Eckhart is just too sexy to live his life in the shadows of the cannily named I, Frankenstein, and that's what leads him to get caught a war between gargoyles and demons. Plus Her, Zombinators and more, all in this week's home video releases!

• I, Frankenstein

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The ultimate adaptation of Mary Shelley's classi novel. By which I mean "ultimately ridiculous," of course.

• Her

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An operating system and a mustache fall in love in this romance from Spike Jonze.

• Dragonball Z: Season 4

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The one with Trunks and the Cell Games.

• Yu-Gi-Oh Class: Season Five

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With this final season, you can finally own all of the English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh on DVD. Whee.

• Evilspeak

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The original X-rated version! A student at a strict military academy finds a Satanic crypt and uses its powers to wreak vengeance on his bullying schoolmates.

• Wolverine: Weapon X – Tomorrow Dies Today

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When Roxxon pulls a Terminator and sends several Deathloks from the future into the past to kill their enemies while they're young, Wolverine and Captain America try to stop them.

• Poseidon Rex

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A.k.a. "Water Godzilla."

• Sleeping Beauty

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Director Caspar Van Dien — yes, you read that correctly — tries to give the Snow White & the Huntsman treatment to a woefully smaller-budgeted fairy tale.

• Hellboy: 20th Anniversary Set

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The two animated Hellboy movies, Sword of Storms and Blood & Iron, packed together on Blu-ray with a free comic.

• Zombinator

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"A fashion blogger documentary turns into a Zombie horror nightmare when college students come face to face with the undead in Youngstown Ohio. Their only hope of survival is a former soldier turned zombie killer (Joseph Aviel) trying to protect them from "The Colonel" (Patrick Kilpatrick), a mercenary working for an evil corporation who developed the serum that causes zombie-ism. Sergio Myers, director and creator made the movie in a record 4.5 days with no script." Why do filmmakers ever brag about this?