Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: A Fatso Takes A Black Limousine To His American Reunion

American Reunion's Alyson Hannigan stroking out in the tub.

After last week’s light DVD load, this week things are beginning to return back to normal. There’s only one major Hollywood release (American Reunion), but there are a few other flicks that star the likes of Robert De Niro, Christian Bale, and Matt Damon that you probably didn’t see in their theatrical runs. There’s also David Arquette, Michael K. Williams, the Upright Citizens Brigade, a couple of films with ‘Ice’ in their titles, an overweight Norwegian gentleman, some rappers in peril, and even some vampires. One of these flicks is even a musical!

The DVDs:
American Reunion
Being Flynn
The Flowers Of War
Margaret
Black Limousine
Freak Dance
Fightville
Mysteria
On The Ice
Hot Ice
I Kissed A Vampire
Fatso
Dark Nemesis
The Flirting Club
Cherry Bomb
You’re Nobody Till Somebody Kills You

The only way to find out which flick is the musical is to keep reading on the next page.  If you hate musicals and therefore don’t have a song in your heart, click here for this week’s Netflix instant streaming movie suggestions.

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