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Drive Angry, True Blood & More

New DVDs Tuesday, May 31


Drive Angry
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Drive Angry
A mulleted criminal (Nicolas Cage) escapes from Hell to avenge his murdered daughter and save her baby from a cult while aided by a hot-pants drifter (Amber Heard) and pursued by the Devil. And the Oscar goes to … (Summit)

A troubled man (Javier Bardem) deals with fatherhood, love, spirituality, guilt, mortality, the Barcelona crime underworld and spell-check in the film critics have hailed as “a Javier Bardem movie.” (Roadside Attractions)

Celtic superhero Cross (Brian Austin Green) springs into action when hot skanks begin disappearing from the streets of Los Angeles. The culprit? An immortal Viking with a Doomsday Device, of course. (Sony)

Savage County
Dumb teens head to the wilderness to party and get laid, only to be kidnapped, tortured and killed by inbred rednecks who’ve obviously watched the entire Hostel series on Blu-ray. Upside: Fewer dumb teens. (MTI)

True Blood: Season 3
Bon Temps heats up even more as werewolves capture Bill, Eric settles scores, Tara goes nuts, Lafayette goes nuttier, Jessica gets vamp-ier, Sam discovers his roots and Sookie’s revealed to be a … oh, just you wait. (HBO)

More New DVD Releases (May 31)
The Dog Whisperer: Season 5, Kaboom, Lovers & Other Problems, Passion Play, Psych: Season 5, Rookie Blue: Season 1, Stargate Universe: Season 2, Swamp People: Season 1, Undertow