Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming

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 Miley Cyrus, Katherine Heigl, and Brooke Hogan.  I’m so very sorry.

The headline pretty much sums this week up.  I don’t know if the movie studios think everyone’s outside playing sports or watching the Olympics, or going to see The Dark Knight Rises again, or what.  LOL, which was barely released, is easily the highest-profile film this week.  Things aren’t all bad, however.  There are a few possibly interesting new flicks, just probably nothing you’ve heard of before. Besides LOL‘s Cyrus and Moore, there’s flicks with Katherine Heigl, and Brooke Hogan (obviously), and there’s also a movie co-starring Dane Cook.  Oh, f*ck it, let’s just get on with it.

The DVDs:
Zyzzyx Road
Sand Sharks
We The Party
Cole Younger And The Black Train
Last Days Here
The Understudy
Heaven Strewn
The Whisperer In Darkness
The Bunny Game

Nobody’s going to blame you if you just click here for the Netflix suggestions, but a few of these movies look like they just might be watchable, and the only way to know which ones they are is to keep reading on the next page.

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