Most of you know that movies are my "thing!" I could live in a cinema and be very happy. So when the latest movies are scheduled to come out on DVD, I get weirdly excited. The only movies that I can not, will not and don't want to watch -- movies with clowns! Besides that, I like all types of movies.

When I plan to go to the movies, I check with the site "Rotten Tomatoes." It has a vast group of movie critics from big publishers to the independent guys. I usually agree with most of the critics ratings, so I check the site before I see a flick, just to be sure it's worth the time and cash.

Here are the latest flicks arriving on DVD and Blu-Ray:

"Batman": The Dark Knight Returns — Part 1′ 2-Disc Special Edition – Directed by Jay Oliva. Starring Peter Weller, Ariel Winter, and David Selby. Based on the hit graphic novel of the same name, this story follows an aging Batman as he’s forced out of retirement when a new and sinister criminal force enters Gotham. Rotten Tomatoes critics describe this animated flick as "violent, solid, and highly respectable work" giving it a 93%.

"Arthur Christmas" – Directed by Sarah Smith and Barry Cook. Starring James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent, and Bill Nighy. It’s Christmas Eve and Santa’s son needs to commandeer good ol’ dad’s operation for a very special mission. Rotten Tomatoes critics describe this animated family flick as "swift, witty and charming" giving it a 91%.

"Your Sister’s Sister" – Directed by Lynn Shelton. Starring Mark Duplass, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Emily Blunt. When Jack’s dad passes away, his friend Iris invites him to stay with her at her family’s remote cabin, but things get complicated after Jack has an encounter with Iris’ sister. Rotten Tomatoes critics describe this flick as "romantic, funny and surprising" giving it a 84%.

"360" – Directed by Fernando Mereilles. Starring Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, and Anthony Hopkins. The stories of various people with very different backgrounds intertwine via their personal relationships. Rotten Tomatoes'critics describe this flick as "meaningless, plastic, contrived and a waste of talent" giving it a 19%.

 "Rec 3" – Directed by Paco Plaza. Starring Leticia Dolera, Diego Martin, and Javier Botet. The ‘Rec’ series ditches the found footage for the latest installment, which follows a couple on what becomes a very horrific wedding day. Rotten Tomatoes critics describe this flick as "a garden -variety zombie movie" giving it a 39%.