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True Blood, Gone

New DVDs Tuesday, May 29


True Blood - HBO
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True Blood: Season 4
Just when you thought Bon Temps couldn’t get any sexier, bloodier and campier, now there are witches among the vampires, werewolves, fairies and waitresses! Also, Bill’s the new Vampire King and Sookie is still the Annoying Queen. HBO

A woman (Amanda Seyfried) goes after the serial killer who took her sister—and kidnapped her a year earlier. So, is he a serial killer or a kidnapper? And how’s 90-pound blondie going to take him down? Stare him to death? Summit

Man on a Ledge
An NYPD negotiator (Elizabeth Banks) tries to talk an ex-cop-turned-fugitive (Sam Worthington) off of a building—but does he have an ulterior motive, or is he just a Man on a Ledge? And is that a diamond heist across the street? Nah … Summit

The Aggression Scale
A mob boss (Ray Wise) puts out a hit out on the family he believes ripped him off, but then his goons meet up with their psychopathic kid in the film critics call “Home Alone with more death.” Sold, sold and sold. Anchor Bay

Valley of the Sun
When an actor who came to Hollywood to “make it” but ended up a porn star goes nuts, his parents retrieve him from the mental hospital and take him back to their Arizona retirement home; dick and octogenarian jokes ensue. Monarch

More New DVD Releases (May 29)
Coriolanus, Dawn Rider, Drop Dead Diva: Season 3, Goon, Maverick: Season 1, Memorial Day, Miles From Home, A Necessary Death, 96 Minutes, Rookie Blue: Season 1, Royal Pains: Season 3 Vol. 2, Take Me Home, We Need to Talk About Kevin

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