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Boondock Saints II, In Plain Sight, Local H, Possession, Turn the Beat Around

New DVD releases Tuesday, March 9


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The Boondock Saints II

More comedic, (slightly) less violent and featuring at least one female character (Dexter’s Julie Benz), BSII: All Saints Day doesn’t improve on the 1999 cult classic—but it is more fun to watch drunk. What more can you ask for?

In Plain Sight: Season 2

The only USA Network series as cool as Burn Notice, starring Mary McCormack as a U.S. marshal managing relocated Fed witnesses while dealing with a weirdo partner and crazy family members. Hey, it is Burn Notice.

Local H: 68 Angry Minutes

Chicago’s premier rock duo perform their album 12 Angry Months live, start to finish, at the Beat Kitchen. See, kiddies, Local H are the only ’90s “grunge” band who still make great music—EdVed and Pearl Jam can suck it.


Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in yet another moody-broody horror flick from the Ring/Grudge people. What’s she staring at blankly this time? Her husband and brother-in-law in comas after a car wreck—and sinister evil is afoot!

Turn the Beat Around

When not producing terrible reality shows, MTV produces terrible movies—like this one, about a dancer in Hollywood caught between her dancer boyfriend, a sleazy disco owner and a choreographer. It’s Showgirls funny.

More New DVD Releases (March 9)
Capitalism: A Love Story, Fix, Good Intentions, Greek: Season 4, Matt Houston: Season 1, Nine Dead, Old Dogs, Planet 51, Possession, Precious, The Sensei, Tenspeed & Brown Shoe: Season 1, Up in the Air, Walker, Texas Ranger: Season 7

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