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Anchorman 2, The Bag Man

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, April 1

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and the news team move into the ‘80s and 24-hour cable news in the sequel that’s completely different from Anchorman—if completely different means exactly the same with more guest stars. (Paramount)

The Bag Man
A crime boss (Robert DeNiro) organizes a gathering of shading underworld characters (including John Cusack) for undisclosed reasons; direct-to-DVD violence and weirdness ensue. Weren’t DeNiro and Cusack big movie stars once? (Cinedigm)

Cottage Country
A Tyler Labine-looking dude (Tyler Labine) takes his girlfriend (far-out-of-Labine’s-league Malin Akerman) to his family’s cottage to propose—and then his scumbag brother shows up and ruins everything. Seriously … Malin Akerman? (Phase 4)

I Dream of Jeannie: Seasons 1 & 2
The original seasons of the ‘60s NBC sitcom about an astronaut (Larry Hagman) who discovers a genie in a bottle (Barbara Eden) and becomes her master. Shockingly, it led to three more seasons and only a single porn parody. (Mill Creek Entertainment)

Knights of Badassdom
Three buds (including Peter Dinklage and Ryan Kwanten) go on a LARPing weekend in the woods and inadvertently conjure an actual demon from the pits of hell. They got time off from Game of Thrones and True Blood to do this? (eOne)

More New DVD Releases (April 1)
47 Ronin, 666: Kreepy Kerry, At Middleton, Battle of the Empires, Beyond Betrayal, Broadchurch: Season 1, The Bunker, Finding Bigfoot: Vol. 3, House of Good & Evil, The Pirate Fairy, Psych: Season 8, Warrior Assassin

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