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Nude Nuns With Big Guns, Rum Diary

New DVDs Tuesday, Feb. 14


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Nude Nuns With Big Guns
A nun abused and enslaved within church walls by drug-dealing priests and scummy bikers receives a divine message on her death bed: Kill ’em all! Gunplay, violence, mayhem and general vengeance ensue—she’s a Sister of No Mercy! (Image)

The Rum Diary
A journalist (Johnny Depp) abandons New York City to write for a small paper in Puerto Rico, drink all day, cause trouble and obsess over Amber Heard. Based on Hunter S. Thompson’s first novel, so you know it gets weird. (FilmDistrict)

A New Jersey writer comes to Hollywood to sell a script, only to have his car (and said script) stolen by a serial murderer dubbed the Karaoke Killer. Fame, fortune and yet another adorably quirky Krysten Ritter performance ensue. (Indican)

Jem & The Holograms: Season 2
In the tumultuous second season, rock band Jem & The Holograms deal with musical rivals, gossip, taxes, kidnapping, illiteracy, drug dealers, love triangles, jazz excursions, radio monopolies and more! Suck it, Motley Crue! (Vivendi)

Seducing Charlie Barker
A struggling asshole actor (Stephen Barker Turner) sponging off his rich TV-producer wife (Daphne Zuniga) falls in lust with a hotter-than-hell party girl (hotter-than-hell Heather Gordon), then gets dumped by both. So … lesson? (Arc)

More New DVD Releases (Feb. 14)
About 50, All Things Fall Apart, The Assailant, Beavis & Butthead: Vol. 4, Centre Place, The Dead, The Debt, Elite Squad: The Enemy Within, The Human Centipede 2, Killer by Nature, The Mortician, Mozart’s Sister, Take Shelter, Three Outlaw Samurai, Tiny Furniture, VIPs

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