Adventures of Power, Enter the Void, Matlock, Red, She-Ra 

New DVD releases Tuesday, Jan. 25

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Adventures of Power

Down-and-out mine worker Power (Ari Gold) discovers his destiny in the magical subculture of air drumming—until a real drummer (Adrian Grenier) vows to destroy him and all that air-drumming, uh, stands for? (Phase 4)

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Enter the Void
Gaspar Noe’s (Irreversible) latest is a hallucinatory trip that’s either a soul’s journey to reincarnation after mortal death, or a stoner’s last vision after being gunned down by the cops. Confirmed: Much sex, nudity and depravity. (IFC Films)

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Matlock: Season 6
Speaking of sex, nudity and depravity, it’s Matlock: Season 6 (1991-92)! In this pivotal year, lawyer Ben Matlock (Andy Griffith) is targeted by a serial killer, but pulls through with Southern charm, a banjo and a pact with Satan. (Paramount)

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RED
Retired CIA agents (Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren) are targeted for assassination by their former agency; ’splosions, gunplay, geezer wisecracks and Mary-Louise Parker ensue. (Summit)

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She-Ra: The Complete Series
All 93(!) episodes of the animated ’80s series that proved women could fight poorly drawn monsters as well as men—just as long as your twin brother (He-Man) and his crew are around in case you break a nail. (Classic Media)

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 25)
Crimenes De Lujuria, Final Spawn, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, Glee: Season 2 Vol. 1, Inhale, Interview With a Serial Killer, Saw: The Final Chapter, Secretariat, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Violent Blue, Webster: Season 1

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