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Eclipse, Inception, The Situation Workout, Barry Munday, A Fistful of Brains

New DVD releases Tuesday, Dec. 7.

By Bill Frost
Posted // December 6,2010 - TT_Eclipse.jpgEclipse
The third installment of the Twilight franchise, wherein a vampire (Robert Pattinson) and a werewolf (Taylor Lautner) battle for the eternal love of a girl (Kristen Stewart) who could probably do better. But not much better.
(Summit; release date Dec. 4)

TT_Inception.jpgInception
A thief (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his … dream team … infiltrate the subconscious of a corporate mogul to plant an idea so as to make it seem like his own and pull off the ultimate crime. The idea? To make a fourth Twilight movie.
(Warner Bros.)

TT_SituationWorkout.jpgThe Situation Workout
Before tanning and laundry, you gots to get to the gym, son! That’s right: Now you, too, can have killer freakin’ abs just like Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from Jersey Shore! In just five 15-minute workouts, you’re STD-ready!
(Gaiam)

TT_BarryMunday.jpgBarry Munday
An unsuccessful “ladies man” (Patrick Wilson) literally loses his balls in an accident, only to wake up to woman (Judy Greer) who claims that he got her pregnant—pre-testicle-loss, of course. Ostensibly a comedy … ouch.
(Magnolia)

TT_FistfulOfBrains.jpgA Fistful of Brains
Two brothers in 1800s North Carolina feud over control of a small town—but one has a zombie-making potion disguised as a life tonic! It’s somewhere between that Juggalo western and Cannibal: The Musical.
(Brain Damage)

More New DVD Releases (Dec. 7)
Boy Meets World: Season 4, Caged Animal, The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation, A Dog Year, Law & Order: Season 8, Shrek Forever After, The Year of Getting to Know Us

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