That's actually about it. Columbia's Man In The Dark was handled by Twilight Time and their Mad Magician isn't on blu-ray only as a download for 29.95 from the Playstation 3 console.
From 1982's Amazing 3-d which does have some errors/omissions...
1952 Bwana Devil-Oboler/United Artists
1953 It Came From Outer Space -Universal Fort Ti-Columbia Sangaree-Paramount
Arena-MGM Robot Monster-Astor The Maze-Allied Artists Charge at Feather River Warner Brothers
Hannah Lee-Realart Second Chance-RKO Inferno-20th Century Fox I, The Jury-United Artists
Stranger Wore A Gun-Columbia Devil's Canyon-RKO Wings of the Hawk-Universal Moonlighter-WB
Those Redheads from Seattle-Paramount Flight to Tangier-Paramount Glass Web-Universal
Kiss Me Kate-MGM Gun Fury-Columbia Nebraskan-Columbia, Louisiana Territory-RKO
Hondo-WB/Wayne-Fellows Cease Fire-Paramount/Wallis Miss Sadie Thompson-Columbia
Cat Women Of The Moon-Astor Drums Of Tahiti-Columbia Taza, Son Of Cochise-Universal
Money From Home-Paramount French Line-RKO Phantom of the Rue Morgue-WB
Jesse James Vs The Daltons-Columbia Dangerous Mission-RKO Jivaro-Paramount
Southwest Passage-United Artists Gorilla At Large-20th Century Fox Son Of Sinbad-RKO
Gog-United Artists Silver Lode-United Artists Revenge Of The Creature-Universal
Allied Artists' Dragonfly Squadron which isn't mentioned in the book will be out this year. As for short subjects Warner Brothers has Bugs Bunny's Lumberjack Rabbit, United Artists holds Time For Beany. Disney-Melody and Working For Peanuts (which are on a Disney demo blu-ray), Universal-Nat King Cole Sings Pretend, Woody Woodpecker's Hypnotic Hick Hawaiian Nights and Carnival in April. Columbia- 3 Stooges Spooks and Pardon My Backfire (was on PS3) and Tell-Tale Heart. Paramount-Casper's Boo Moon (out later this year) and Popeye Ace Of Space. RKO has Motor Rhythm. There is also Paramount's Ulysses which isn't in the book but listed on Wikipedia and Imdb.