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300: Rise of an Empire, Masters of Sex

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, June 24


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300: Rise of an Empire
The next chapter of the shirtless Frank Miller saga hits the sea, as Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) takes on Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), Artemesia (Eva Green) and the whole damn Persian navy. Faaa-bulous! (Warner Bros.)

Cleaners: Season 1
You could watch it all for free on Crackle.com, or own the action series about a pair of contract killers (Emmanuelle Chriqui and Emily Osment) who piss off their boss (Gina Gershon) and become targets themselves. Dumb, Tarantino-y fun. (Sony)

Masters of Sex: Season 1
The true-ish story of pioneering 1950s human sexuality researchers Masters (Michael Sheen) and Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) that looks like Mad Men, but with more Showtime nudity and language, and even more PBS science talk. (Sony)

Winter’s Tale
Colin Farrell, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt, Eva Marie Saint and Russell Crowe star in a mythic story of “miracles,” “crossed destinies,” “the age-old battle between good and evil” and “ill-advised, doomed book adaptations.” (Warner Bros.)

Witches of East End: Season 1
A mother (Julia Ormond) tries to hide her familial magical powers from her daughters and lead a normal life—until her troublemaker sister (Mädchen Amick) shows up and tells all. Believe it or not, based on a young adult novel! (Fox)

More New DVD Releases (June 24)
The Boondocks: The Complete Series, The Bridge: Season 1, Bumblefuck USA, Comedy Bang! Bang! Season 2, Enemy, The Jungle, The Larry Sanders Show: Season 1&2, Lost Girl: Season 4, Redwood Highway, Repentance, Rob the Mob, Some Velvet Morning, Unforgettable: Season 2, Wolf Creek 2

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