6 Souls, Inescapable 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, July 2

6 Souls
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6 Souls
A widowed forensic psychiatrist (Julianne Moore) begins seeing a new patient (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) whose multiple personalities—six, of course—are all murder victims. Even stranger, Moore stays clothed for the entire movie. (Radius)

Inescapable
When a Syrian expatriate (Alexander Siddig) chilling in Canada learns that his daughter is missing, he comes home and teams up with his ex (Marisa Tomei) to find her—because former girlfriends are always sooo helpful. (IFC Films)

Pajanimals: Pajama Party!
Insomniac animals-in-pajamas Apollo, Sweetpea Sue, Squacky and Cowbella try to sleep, but stupid songs keep breaking out and uninvited guests show up to offer random advice and moral counseling. Just try an Ambien vodka, already. (NCircle)

Santa’s Summer House
Friends vacationing in SoCal happen across an obscure island occupied by an old couple named Claus, who proceed to solve all of the group’s problems and spread general holiday cheer. Not even waiting till fall anymore, eh? (Rapid Heart)

Wiener Dog Nationals
An adopted runt dachshund has a shot at winning the Wiener Dog Nationals—but not if a rich old lady (Morgan Fairchild) and her reigning champion Princess can stop it! At the very least, Alicia Witt finally got a job, so … yay? (Inception)

More New DVD Releases (July 2)
Armynel, Black Sabbath: DVD Collector’s Box, Call of the Wildman: Season 1, The Girl, The House I Live In, Into the Woods, Ivan the Incredible, Last Resort: Season 1, Least Among Souls, Marilyn Manson: Inner Sanctum, Nicky Deuce, Smart Cookies, Tower Block, Women in Bondage

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