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Ass Backwards, Bad Grandpa

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Jan. 28

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Ass Backwards - GRAVITAS
  • Gravitas
  • Ass Backwards

Ass Backwards
Two delusional NYC BFFs (June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson) road-trip it to their hometown to compete in the beauty pageant they lost as kids; public urination, crack smoking and The True Meaning of Friendship ensue. (Gravitas)

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
A fake 86-year-old grandfather (Johnny Knoxville) and his grandson (Jackson Nicoll) travel across America and hidden-camera prank unsuspecting bystanders in the greatest geezersploitation comedy since Last Vegas. (Paramount)

Argento’s Dracula
Dario Argento directs a bloody/sexy 3-D version of the Drac story, starring Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing and daughter Asia Argento as, just guessing, Odd-Looking Exotic Girl Who’s Usually Naked and Screaming. Ah, family. (IFC)

Burton & Taylor
Forgotten Lindsay Lohan and Liz & Dick? The Brits would like you to try another Liz Taylor/Richard Burton bio-pic, this time starring Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West. After L&D, how bad could it be? (Warner Bros.)

Isle of Dogs
When a London crime boss’ (Jason Statham look-alike Andrew Howard) Russian wife (Monica Bellucci ringer Barbara Nedeljakova) is caught having an affair, expect a whole lotta gunplay and indecipherably accented yelling. (Green Apple)

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 28)
Bonnie & Clyde, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, Collision, Disorientation, Downton Abbey: Season 4, The Fifth Estate, I Used to Be Darker, Last Vegas, Metallica: Through the Never, A Perfect Man, A Pony Tale, Rush, Seasons of Gray, Snow Queen, Stonados, Torture Chamber

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