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Django Unchained, Save the Date

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, April 16


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Django Unchained
A former slave (Jamie Foxx) and a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) kill every whitey in the South to a sweet soundtrack while looking cool as hell. Pretty much like every other Quentin Tarantino movie, just more semi-historical. (Anchor Bay)

Save the Date
Sarah (Lizzy Caplan) breaks up with her annoying fiancee on the eve of her sister’s (Alison Brie) wedding to his bandmate (Martin Starr). Lessons: Don’t date musicians, and Caplan and Brie should be together in all movies all the time. (IFC Films)

The Haunting in Connecticut 2
A good-lookin’ couple (Chad Michael Murray and Abigail Spencer) and their daughter move into a creepy countryside house nowhere near Connecticut, then slave ghosts and Katee Sackhoff show up and ruin everything. (Lionsgate)

Not Suitable for Children
When a happy-go-lucky young dude (True Blood’s Ryan Kwanten) learns that his sperm will be swimmer-less in a month, he needs to find a woman to impregnate pronto! He could just freeze some, but wackiness wouldn’t ensue. (Well Go USA)

State of Emergency
An explosion at a military bio-weapons plant causes most of the inhabitants of town to become flesh-eating zombies—which is the same plot as Zombie Strippers, the 2008 tour de force starring Jenna Jameson. Netflix that, instead. (Image)

More New DVD Releases (April 16)
Angels of Sex, At the Gate of the Ghost, The Colombian Connection, Crazy Enough, Dragon, Escapee, Fraggle Rock: Season 2, Small Apartments, Sugartown, This Is Our Time

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