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Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Neighbors

New on DVD/VOD Tuesday, Sept. 23


Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Universal)
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Universal)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 1
Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Chelsea Peretti and Terry Crews star in the best cop comedy since, oh, Barney Miller (or at least Baywatch Nights). Don't let the fact that it won two Golden Globes deter you—B99 is still funny as hell. (Universal)

Geek War
A mysterious VHS tape that's been for sale in a comic book shop for 25 years is suddenly snatched up by a geek girl, prompting two geek guys to try to seduce her for the tape. Not really a "war," but it's a better title than Nerd Seduction. (MVD)

How I Met Your Mother: Season 9
The final season with Barney, Robin, Ted, Lily, Marshall and what's-her-name, purportedly with a bonus alternate ending that fans won't hate with the intensity of a thousand intense things. It's going to be legen—wait for it ... keep waiting ... (Fox)

A young couple (Seth Rogan and Rose Byrne—so, young-ish) and their baby are tormented by a frat house, led by a beautiful, shirtless bastard (beautiful, shirtless Zac Efron). Mayhem and The Breastfeeding Incident of 2014 ensue. (Universal)

A defense attorney (Criminal Minds' A.J. Cook) takes the case of Talan (Brian Scott O'Connor), a man accused of brutally murdering a family. As if his name weren't a giveaway, he turns out to be a werewolf. Sure, blame it on the dog. (Universal)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Sept. 23)
The 100: Season 1, After, The Calling, Defiance: Season 2, Hell & Mr. Fudge, Key & Peele: Season 3, Modern Family: Season 5, Mom: Season 1, Nashville: Season 2, Necessary Roughness: Season 3, Reign: Season 1, The Rover, Royal Pains: Season 5, Scandal: Season 3, We Are the Best!