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Bullet In the Face, Concrete Blondes

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Jan. 21

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Bullet In the Face
A criminal sociopath (Max E. Williams) awakens from being “killed” by his girlfriend with the transplanted face of a cop, then goes on a violent revenge rampage against everybody (including Eddie Izzard and Eric Roberts). Genius! (Shout Factory)

Concrete Blondes
Three party girls (Carly Pope, Samaire Armstrong and Diora Baird) steal $3 million from the scene of a drug-deal shootout; crime-boss (John Rhys-Davies) ranting, more shootouts, wigs and random girl-on-girl action ensue. Sub-genius! (Inception)

Machete Kills
In the meh follow-up, Machete (Danny Trejo) is dispatched by the president (Charlie Sheen—sorry, Carlos Estevez) to take out a revolutionary (Demian Bichir) and an arms dealer (Mel Gibson); dozens of decapitations and Lady Gaga ensue. (Open Road)

In a World …
Writer/director Lake Bell stars as a vocal coach who catches a break in the movie-trailer voiceover biz, pitting her against the King of Voiceovers, her own egotistical father. Also starring several funny people, and Demetri Martin. (Roadside Attractions)

Bad Milo
A poor slob (Ken Marino) discovers that his daily stress doesn’t come from his asshole boss (Patrick Warburton), nagging wife (Gillian Jacobs) or hippie dad (Stephen Root), but a killer demon named Milo living in his stomach. What a relief. (Magnolia)

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 21)
After Death, Best Man Down, Black Water Vampire, Blue Jasmine, Captain Phillips, Charlie Countryman, Comedy Bang! Bang! Season 1, Freezer, House Rules for Bad Girls, Insomniac, Life’s an Itch, Marc Maron: Thinky Pain, Paris Countdown, The Starving Games, Sunlight Jr.

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