Hang on, didn’t we review the HELLRAISER TRILOGY (25 January, Blu-ray) a few issues back? Sort of, but that was the limited edition Scarlet Box, complete with a 200-page book and a fourth disc of Clive Barker’s short films, which immediately sold out. If you missed out, Arrow is now releasing a new box set with just the first three films (classic; decent; cheesily Americanised) and associated extras – of which there are a staggering amount. Also getting another run out: Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling’s other anthology series, NIGHT GALLERY (11 January, DVD). Viewers with good memories may recall season one came out on DVD here in 2006, but two and three failed to follow; now Fabulous Films is bringing them all out, both separately and as a complete box set. We said of season one: “It’s a mix of tones and approaches, veering from high camp to genuine disquiet. The punchlines occasionally loom vast and obvious on the horizon, but this is delicious ’70s gothic, perfect for rainy midnights.” Finally, there’s good news for fans of Indiana Jones/Tomb Raider rip-offs, with the advent of a box set of RELIC HUNTER SEASON ONE (out now, DVD). This Canadian-made late ’90s/ early ’00s show stars Tia Carrere as an ass-kicking archaeology professor who travels the world rescuing treasures, along with a bumbling English sidekick (how dare they!). It’s very formulaic, switch-your-brain-off action-adventure fare. Some previous releases have been of poor picture quality, but this one’s a new digital restoration.