Albino Farm, Anna Nicole Smith Story, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Ghost Whisperer, Observe & Report 

New DVD releases Sept. 22

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Albino Farm
Four college students head into the woods (they never learn) and find a compound of genetically mutated albino rednecks. Starring WWE rassler Chris Jericho as one of those rednecks—yes, it’s just that bad/good. AlbinoFarmTheMovie.com
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The Anna Nicole Smith Story
Obscure living skank Willa Ford portrays famous dead skank Anna Nicole Smith in the fictionalized bio-pic that answers absolutely no questions anyone had about fame and skankitude. Casting coup: Bobby Trendy as himself! VivendiEnt.com
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Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
On the eve of his brother’s wedding, studly man-’ho Connor Mead (studly man-’ho Matthew McConaughey) is visited by the ghosts of all his past girlfriends. So, he’s also a serial killer? What exactly is the lesson here? NewLine.com
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Ghost Whisperer: Season 4
A season of unthinkable horrors for Melinda (Jennifer Love Hewitt): Her husband gets killed, then comes back in another body with no memory, then knocks her up. And then there’s Jamie Kennedy—nooo! Make it stop! Paramount.com
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Observe & Report
If Paul Blart: Mall Cop had more senseless violence, gratuitous drug and alcohol abuse, suppressed mental illness, flapping naked wieners and hilarious date-rapes … it still wouldn’t be as funny as Observe & Report. WarnerBros.com

More New DVD Releases (Sept. 22)
30 Rock: Season 3, Brotherhood: Season 3, Castle: Season 1, Ghost Cat, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, Law & Order: SVU: Season 10, Lymelife, The Mentalist: Season 1, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Season 2, Ugly Betty: Season 3

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