DVDs on sale Monday 23 October

The Omen Pentology (£59.99): A box set of all five Omen films – all of which are also available separately. The two-disc Special Edition of the original film is £17.99, Omens 2 3 and 4 are £12.99 each, and the rather pointless new remake is £19.99.
Masters of Horror – season one, volume one (£24.99): The first half of the horror anthology show, included episodes directed by the likes of Stuart Gordon, John Carpenter, John Landis, Joe Dante and Don Coscarelli.
The Eye... Infinity (£19.99): Third in the Hong Kong horror series. An Eye Trilogy box set is also available (£39.99).
Dracula (£15.99): The 1979 version, directed by Saturday Night Fever’s John Badham and starring Frank Langella.
Lois & Clark, season four (£40.99): The final year of the ‘90s Superman show.
The Six Million Dollar Man, season two (£34.99): 22 more bionic adventures for Steve Austin...
The Bionic Woman, season two (£34.99): ...and 22 more bionic adventures for Jaime Sommers.
Red Dwarf - Beat the Geek (£19.99): Not an S&M video featuring Duane Dibley, but an interactive quiz game.
Event Horizon – Special Edition (£19.99): Two-disc version of Paul Anderson’s SF-horror. Disc two includes five documentary featurettes plus deleted, extended and unfilmed scenes. Yes, unfilmed. Blimey.
The Plague (£19.99): TV movie in which the world’s teens – who’ve all been in a coma for ten years – wake with a thirst for blood. It says “Clive Barker’s The Plague” on the box, but he’s just a producer.
The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb (£12.99): 1964 Hammer horror.
Dracula, Prince of Darkness/The Devil Rides Out/The Horror of Frankenstein (£12.99 each): three more Hammer horrors – all reissues, these.
House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim (£19.99): Sequel to the zombie video game adaptation.
Boo (£15.99): College kids get trapped in a haunted hospital in this horror film with possibly the least scary title ever.
2001 Maniacs (£15.99): college kids come a cropper in a town where the residents are out to avenge Civil War killings; a remake of the Herschell Gordon Lewis horror film.
I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (£19.99): The final chapter in the teenager slasher movie series. Hopefully. A box set of all three films is available.