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New Releases for DVD and Blu-Ray- Lots of Horror, Documentary, and some Chihuahuas [VIDEO]-

It’s Tuesday, so I thought I would let you know the new DVD/Blu-Ray releases today. All but one are Rated R.

“Night Catches Us”Anthony Mackie plays a former Black Panther who returns to his old neighborhood to bury his dad, where he’s confronted by hostile suspicions that he was the snitch who got another Black Panther killed.  Kerry Washington plays his love interest. (Rated R)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBkkj5_rqL8

“Conviction”Hilary Swank plays an uneducated woman who dedicates her entire life to overturning her brother’s murder conviction.  Even if it means putting herself through law school.  Minnie Driver plays her best friend and Sam Rockwell plays her brother. (Rated R)

“Chain Letter” – A horror film starring “Twilight” actress Nikki Reed, as a high school student who gets a chain letter saying that if she and her friends don’t pass it on, someone will die.  The rest of the cast includes “Chucky” star Brad Dourif and Betsy Russell from the “Saw” movies. (Rated R)

“Never Let Me Go” – A somewhat depressing drama starring Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan, and  Andrew  Garfield as three friends who, throughout the course of the film, gradually discover that they’re clones who’ve been created to serve as organ transplant donors. (Rated R)

“Let Me In” – A horror flick about a boy who becomes best friends with the new girl next door, before figuring out she’s a vampire.  Starring Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Chloe Moretz. (Rated R)

“Welcome to the Rileys”Kristen Stewart from “Twilight” plays a runaway working as a stripper, and James Gandolfini is a grieving father who befriends her . . . because she reminds him of the daughter he lost in a car crash. (Rated R)

“Monsters” – Aliens hitch a ride to Earth on a NASA space probe, most of Mexico is quarantined after the probe crashes, and two Americans have to make a run for the border through the infected zone. (Rated R)

“The Tillman Story” – A documentary about the cover up of the truth behind Pat Tillman’s death.  Tillman gave up his NFL career to join the Army Rangers shortly after September 11th . . . and died in Afghanistan by friendly fire, even though the military claimed it was enemy fire. (Rated R)

“Hatchet II” – A slasher flick starring Kane Hodder as deformed hatchet killer Victor Crowley, and Danielle Harris as a chick determined to get revenge for her family’s death. (Rated R) Warning: The Following Trailer is a bit gruesome

“Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2″ – The sequel to “Beverly Hills Chihuahua”, only with puppies added.  It stars George Lopez and Odette Yustman. (Rated G)

TV Series on DVD:

“Airwolf: Season Four” . . . a five-disc DVD set of the show’s final season

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