Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: The Three Stooges Lockout Intruders From Casa De Mi Padre

By: 07.17.12  •  24 Comments

Kate Upton and her breasts, Larry and Moe. (Not pictured: her pubic hair.)

After the past few weeks with only a few new major studio flicks getting DVD releases, this week we’ve got plenty.  Unfortunately, it’s stuff like The Three Stooges. It’s not all bad though -assuming you like movies with Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Adam Scott, Jon Hamm, Guy Pearce, Clive Owen, Mel Gibson, Ewan McGregor, Willem Dafoe, Tom Hardy, Jackie Mason, Ben Foster, or that dude who played Balki on Perfect Strangers.  That’s right, they are all in new movies hitting DVD this week. Besides those stars, we’ve got flicks about vampires and school shootings and even a found-footage haunted house flick.  There’s even Davy Jones’ final film appearance, and how could you pass that up?

The DVDs:
The Three Stooges
Casa de mi Padre
Friends With Kids
Lockout
Intruders
Get The Gringo
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen
4:44 Last Day On Earth
Deserter
Goldberg – P.I.
Here
Virgin Alexander
Girls Gone Dead
Midnight Son
Hidden Rage
Documenting The Grey Man

The only way to know for certain which film features your favorite Monkee is to keep reading on the next page.  If you’re more of a Micky Dolenz fan, feel free to skip right to the Netflix suggestions by clicking here.

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