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Backwoods, Bob Funk, Confessions of a Shopaholic, Guns, Simon Says 

New DVD Releases June 23

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Backwoods
Yet another group of idiots trudge into the wilderness for the weekend, only to be terrorized by a psycho killer—because there’s always a psycho killer in the wilderness! This time, the idiot group includes … Haylie Duff! GeniusProducts.com

Bob Funk
Upwardly-mobile corporate slacker Bob Funk is ordered by his mom/boss to quit drinking, whoring and—worst of all!—answer to his new female supervisor (Rachael Leigh Cook), or get fired. Yes, it is a price too high. BobFunkTheMovie.com

Confessions of a Shopaholic
A New York City fashion writer (Isla Fisher) who’s maxed all of her credit on clothes becomes a money-advice columnist for a financial magazine. This story was in no way inspired by a DVD reviewer who never sees the movies. Disney.com

Guns
Elisha Cuthbert (24) stars in a Canadian TV miniseries about illegal gun trafficking and its societal impact. The most shocking revelation of all: Even speaking in her native Canuck tongue, Cuthbert still can’t act. PeachArch.com

Simon Says
A group of campers in the wilderness (does no one listen to me?!) happen upon twin-brother psycho killers (both played by Crispin Glover); mayhem, murder and absolutely no nudity from Blake Lively ensue. Upside: No Haylie Duff. Lionsgate.com

More New DVD Releases (June 23)
The Code, Dragon Hunters, The Girls Next Door: Season 5, High Hopes, Home, Inkheart, Legend of the Bog, Mr. Troop Mom, Phoebe in Wonderland, The Pink Panther 2, Reba: Season 6, Table for Three, War Wolves

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