9, Glee, Jennifer's Body, Paranormal Activity, A Perfect Getaway 

New DVD releases Tuesday, Dec. 29

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9
On post-apocalyptic Earth, nine rag dolls (voiced by Elijah Wood, Christopher Plummer, Jennifer Connolly, John C. Reilly and others) battle evil machines to save what’s left of civilization. Yes, it’s fun for the whole family! (Focus Features)
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Glee: Season 1 Vol. 1
All 13 episodes (including the original spring pilot) aired thus far, plus audition reels, deconstruction by creator Ryan Murphy, and probably the sinking feeling that Fox will eventually release a full-season deluxe Blu-Ray version. (Fox)
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Jennifer’s Body
A sexy high-school cheerleader (Megan Fox) is possessed by a demon that compels her to devour human flesh, and only her slightly-less-sexy best friend (Amanda Seyfried) can stop her. That, or the Diablo Cody dialogue. (Fox)
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Paranormal Activity
When a young couple moves into a haunted suburban house and sets up cameras to capture overnight paranormal activity, instant Blair Ghost Project! DVD includes an alternate ending and a music video by Ray Parker Jr. (Paramount)
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A Perfect Getaway
Newlyweds (Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich) honeymoon in Hawaii and meet another couple (Timothy Olyphant and Kiele Sanchez) who might be killers. The surprise twist? The killers are really Megan Fox and Ray Parker Jr. (Universal)

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 29)
Au Pair 3, Diagnosis: Death, Half-Life, The Marine 2, Princess of Mars, A Song From the Heart, United States of Tara: Season 1, Vampire Killers, Weather Girl, Whale Wars: Season 2

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