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Caroline in the City, Crowley, Let the Right One In, Role Models & The Starter Wife

By Bill Frost
Posted // March 4,2009 -

TrueTV.DVD.CarolineCity.jpgCaroline in the City: Season 2
Back in the ’90s, kids, NBC cranked out sitcoms about wacky Manhattan singles by the barrelful—this was one of ‘em. Caroline (Lea Thompson) was a cartoonist in the city; she had a circle of equally single pals; comedy gold. (Paramount.com)

TrueTV.DVD.Crowley.jpgCrowley
In a thriller co-written by Bruce Dickinson (yes, the guy from Iron Maiden), the soul of Aleister Crowley (yes, the guy who wrote Led Zeppelin’s songs) inhabits a nerdy college professor; comedy gold. (AnchorBayEntertainment.com)

TrueTV.DVD.LetRightOneIn.jpgLet the Right One In
It’s creepy, preteen vampire love when Oskar (Kare Hedebrant) falls for a goth girl (Lina Leandersson) who turns out to be a real bloodsucker. Not to be confused with Twilight, which is neither creepy nor preteen, just annoying. (MagnoliaEnt.com)

TrueTV.DVD.RoleModels.jpgRole Models
Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott star as slackers who run afoul of the law (for slacking?) and are punished with playing Big Brother to kiddies; raunchy laughs, heartwarming Life Lessons, LARPing and Kiss tunes ensue. (NBCUni.com)

TrueTV.DVD.StarterWife.jpgThe Starter Wife: Season 1
The further adventures of former Hollywood wife Molly Kagen (Debra Messing), even though she ran out of real adventures in the first two hours of the previous six-hour miniseries. Anyways … her hair looks fabulous, right? (NBCUni.com)

More New DVD Releases (March 10)
Battle in Seattle, Cadillac Records, The Casino Job, Dark Reel, Family Ties: Season 5, Get Smart: Season 2, Groom Lake, Happy-Go-Lucky, Marie & Bruce, Milk, Rachel Getting Married, South Park: Season 12, Synecdoche New York, Transporter 3

 
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