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New DVD Releases

New DVD Releases - It’s a quiet week for new DVD releases, but there are a couple of gems hidden in the pack. First off is Resident Evil: Afterlife. Milla Jovovich stars in this fourth installment of the popular series which is based on a video game. Ali Larter, Wentworth Miller and Boris Kodjoe all join in to help stop a virus that turns people into zombies. If that’s not enough for you, then imagine it in 3-D!

If you’ve got a 3-D TV at home, pick up the Blu-ray version and watch the action just pop off the screen. No 3-D TV? No problem. You can still watch it in regular Blu-ray or on DVD. Behind the scenes features will give you a closer look at how the film was made, and you won’t want to miss the zombie outtakes.

New DVD Releases

Archer: Season 1 is also new on DVD this week, and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before. This spy series may be animated, but it’s not for the kiddies. Imagine if Austin Powers had been written by a stand-up comic, and you’ve got the idea behind this raunchy but fun cartoon romp.

Meantime, George Clooney stars as The American, a tense, spy thriller about a hit man who may be the next victim. Set in Italy, this sexy, European-style film confirms why Clooney is still one of the top leading men in the biz.

Other releases include Twelve, with Gossip Girl’s Chase Crawford; the second season of United States of Tara; and Legacy, a dark thriller that stars the underrated Idris Elba.

New DVD Releases


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