A young girl with telekinetic powers. A war between good and evil. The fight to give the girl a brother to mate with. And blond Jesus Christ. These are just a few of the elements that make Giulio Paradisi's 1979 movie The Visitor the "Mount Everest of insane '70s Italian movies," coming out this week on DVD!

• The Visitor

Don't believe me? Here's the official description: "In this unforgettable assault on reality — fully restored and presented completely uncut theatrically for the first time ever in the U.S.—legendary Hollywood director/actor John Huston (The Maltese Falcon; Treasure of the Sierra Madre) stars as an intergalactic warrior who joins a cosmic Christ figure in battle against a demonic 8-year-old girl and her pet hawk, while the fate of the universe hangs in the balance. Multi-dimensional warfare, pre-adolescent profanity and brutal avian attacks combine to transport the viewer to a stat unlike anything they've experienced… somewhere between Hell, the darkest reaches of outer space, and Atlanta, GA."

• The Grandmaster


Academy Award-winning director Wong Kar-wai gets into the "let's make a movie about Ip Man, the guy who trained Bruce Lee" game.

• Oldboy


Spike Lee gets into the "let's make a remake of an Asian movie that was already completely awesome on its own" game.

• An American Tale


The adorable ragamuffin mouse Fievel fails to go west, but he does finally come to Blu-ray. Virtually no extras came with him, though.

• The Last Days on Mars


A bunch of extremely selfish astronauts' return home from Mars is delayed when one of them accidentally turns into an alien zombie thing.

• Nadia, The Secret of Blue Water: Complete Series:


The beloved 1990 anime series directed by Evangelion's Hideaki Anno, from an idea by Spirited Away's Hayao Miyazaki, about a girl named Nadia, the lost city of Atlantis, and a mysterious pedant that ties the two together.

• Are You Afraid of the Dark Vol. 2


Thirteen episodes of the classic kids' horror series from Nickelodeon.

• Dracano


Volcano + dragons, obviously.