Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD & Streaming: All Your Favorite TV Actresses Are Starring In Awful Movies

By: 07.24.12  •  11 Comments

No, it isn't TV sensation Whoopi Goldberg, it's Samuel L. Jackson in Meeting Evil, and you are racist.

Some weeks there are only a few new DVDs to discuss, and some weeks there are a few too many. I try to keep things at 16 featured films. Sometimes there are only 12, but sometime there are 20. Well, this week -for whatever reason- there are SO MANY new DVDs, and almost none of them look legitimately watchable. I decided to feature the ones that star people I actually recognize as at least semi-known actors, and I noticed that all of these movies -every single one of them- stars or co-stars a popular(ish) TV actress. I’ll point them out as we go along. Also, just to illustrate the bounty of sh*t we have this week, I’m offering an alternative new DVD for every one I feature. There really were that many films hitting DVD today. I’m sorry in advance, because it’s gonna be a bumpy ride.

The Featured DVDs:
Meeting Evil
Silent House
On The Inside
The Deep Blue Sea
The Monitor
Age Of The Dragons
Bathory: Countess Of Blood
Budz House
The Love Guide
Raspberry Magic
Joint Body
Port City
The Girl From The Naked Eye
Dreams From My Real Father: A Story Of Reds And Deception

Want to know which new DVDs get mentioned but aren’t featured?  Want to know which TV actresses are in these flicks?  There’s only one way to find out, and that is to keep reading on the next page.  If you’ve correctly gotten the idea that none of these movies are any good, click here for this week’s Netflix suggestions.

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