13 September 2012 9:58 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Another month, another slab of worthwhile home video titles gunning for your hard-earned American dollars. This month's slate is an eclectic bunch, featuring cult classics, revenge thrillers, forgotten French films at one point lauded for their complexity and artistry, oh, and Michael Douglas. Read on for the best best in home video for the release of September! (And yes, we know we're a bit late, but between Tiff, Telluride and Venice...you get the idea....) "The Devil, Probably" (Robert Bresson, 1977) Why You Should Care: One of the last movies from influential French filmmaker Robert Bresson ("Diary of a Country Priest," "Pickpocket"), this story of four young adults growing up in modern day Paris, witnessing the destruction of the city both real and imagined (the movie is intercut with news footage of natural disasters and atomic bomb tests), is as influential as it is under-seen. It was well regarded in Europe and won the Silver Bear. »

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