Sherlock HolmesWith another weak week for home video, last week's winner stayed the course atop the home video sales charts, this time sweeping all three charts. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sherlock Holmes swept all three home video charts, repeating atop both the DVD sales and rental charts, for the week ending April 18.

Last week's holdovers Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel and The Blind Side held their ground in the second and third place spots on both the sales and rental charts and one of the few new releases to crack the top 10 was Tim Allen's Crazy on the Outside, which marked Allen's directorial debut and took fourth place on the sales charts and 10th place on the rental charts. Pirate Radio, another new released, finished in fourth place on the rental charts.

Sherlock Holmes completed the sweep with a first place finish on the Blu-ray sales charts, after spending last week in second place behind the massive BD set, Lord of the Rings: Motion Picture Trilogy.