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Death Valley

New DVDs Tuesday, March 27


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Death Valley: Season 1
The last real show on MTV, a Cops-style “reality” comedy about the UTF (Undead Task Force) that protects Los Angeles from zombies, vampire hookers and other supernatural criminals. Funny as hell, so it’s probably canceled. Enjoy! (MTV)

Good for Nothing
A rough, horny cowboy (Cohen Holloway) kidnaps a refined young Englishwoman (Inge Rademeyer) to “poke,” but she eventually teaches him to be a gentleman. As long as you don’t connect “poke” and “rape,” kind of a sweet story. (Screen Media)

The Kate Logan Affair
Remember Alexis Bledel? Cute li’l Rory from Gilmore Girls? Here, she’s Kate Logan, a mentally unstable policewoman on the gun-happy lam with a married Frenchman—Lorelai would be so pissed! But they’d reconcile adorably. (E1)

Mystery Science Theater 3000 XXIII
Featuring the previously unreleased King Dinosaur, Last of the Wild Horses, Castle of Fu Manchu and Code Name: Diamond Head—the latter two not about SoCal stoner bands or defunct British rockers, but still high comedy. (Shout Factory)

The Three Stooges
The true-ish, Mel Gibson-produced story of Moe (Paul Ben-Victor), Larry (Evan Handler), Curly (Michael Chiklis) and Shemp (John Kassir), remastered from its original 2000 TV-movie release. Why? Uh … (SPE)

More New DVD Releases (March 27)
Alvin & The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Camel Spiders, Combat Hospital: Season 1, Die, Eureka: Season 4.5, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, The Lazarus Papers, Romantics Anonymous, Soda Springs, South Park: Season 15, Spin a Dark Web, Teen Mom: Season 3, Yakuza Hunters: Duel in Hell

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