America’s favorite pill-poppin,’ cane-walkin,’ diagnosis-floppin’ TV doc returns with 22 new episodes virtually indistinguishable from the previous 110—except for the new haircut, and no more pills. One of those might last. (Universal)
An all-star cast (including Owen Wilson, Judy Greer, Kiefer Sutherland, Emma Stone and William H. Macy) voice the CGI bastardization of an old comic strip from something called “the newspaper.” Yeah, never heard of it. (Fox)
Mary Elizabeth Ellis (Waitress from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia!) and Charlie Day (Charlie, same show!) star in a relationship indie-flick that’s absolutely nothing like It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. You’ve been warned. (IFC Films)
Crimes involving serial murders, child abductions and police corruption in Northern England spanning several years (1974, 1980 and 1983) are connected through three films shot in three different styles and mediums. You’ve been warned. (IFC Films)
The second season of the ballsiest show on TV pits SAMCRO against white supremacists (including Adam Arkin and Henry Rollins) out to take over the town of Charming. Naturally, this doesn’t end well for … Oh, who do you think? (Fox)
More New DVD Releases (Aug. 31)
Brothers & Sisters: Season 4, FlashForward: The Complete Series, iCarly: iSpace Out, Men for Sale, The Middle: Season 1, NCIS Los Angeles: Season 1, Parenthood: Season 1, Vampire Diaries: Season 1, Why Did I Get Married Too?