Backlash (Columbia TriStar, no suggested price). A federal prosecutor uncovers a high-level government drug conspiracy and turns to a convict for protection.
Blue's Clues: Stop, Look and Listen (Paramount, $9.95). Preschoolers play to learn as they help Steve, Blue and their friends to solve the day's puzzles in two new episodes.
Kiss the Sky (MGM, $49.95 cassette; $24.98 DVD). Two men leave their families and the business world behind when they are seduced by a tropical heaven on earth . . . and an exotic woman.
Make Mine Music (Disney, $19.99 cassette; $29.99 DVD). In the spirit of Fantasia, the Disney artists wove nine animated short films into a feature film featuring the musical talents of Nelson Eddy, Dinah Shore, the Andrews Sisters and Benny Goodman and his Orchestra.
Maurice Sendak's Little Bear: Rainy Day Tales (Paramount, $9.95). Four stories about drizzly days spark this new entry in the popular cartoon series.
Next Friday (New Line, no suggested price cassette; $24.98 DVD). Ice Cube's follow-up to his hit Friday comedy follows the adventures of a young man from the ghetto who's sent to suburbia to escape inner city problems. However, he quickly discovers that wherever he goes, trouble follows.
On Our Merry Way (Kino, $24.95 cassette; $29.95 DVD). Henry Fonda, James Stewart, Dorothy Lamour, Fred MacMurray and Paulette Goddard star in this once all-but-forgotten episodic comedy about people who look back on the little children who have influenced their
lives. A Scandal in Paris (Kino, $24.95). George Sanders stars in the story of a famous crook, from birth in a French prison to cocky lad to cool master criminal.