Bates Motel, Edge of Tomorrow, Obvious Child 

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Oct. 7

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Bates Motel (Universal)
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Bates Motel: Season 2
As Norman (Freddie Highmore) becomes weirder and more blackout-y, Norma (Vera Farmiga) makes new allies to save the motel and Dylan (Max Thieriot) gets deeper into the local drug trade. White Pine Bay really does have it all. (Universal)

Edge of Tomorrow
Actually re-titled Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow, not that anyone should need to be tricked into watching movie about alien-fighter Tom Cruise being killed over and over again. Good sci-fi action flick, dumb name. (Warner Bros.)

A Million Ways to Die in the West
Seth MacFarlane directs, co-writes and plays Albert, a farmer who falls for a woman (Charlize Theron) who teaches him how to be a gunslinger, thus pissing off her outlaw husband (Liam Neeson). More plot than a Family Guy episode. (Universal)

Obvious Child
When struggling Brooklyn comedian Donna (Jenny Slate) finds herself jobless, dumped and pregnant, she decides to get an abortion on Valentine's Day—now that's comedy! More bodily function jokes than a Family Guy episode. (A24 Films)

Rick & Morty: Season 1
Boozehound scientist Rick (Justin Roiland) takes his nephew Morty (also Roiland) on adventures into other dimensions, few of which end well—hence, the best new Adult Swim cartoon in years, courtesy of Community creator Dan Harmon. (Warner Bros.)

More New DVD Releases (Oct. 7)
American Horror Story: Season 3, Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge, Fargo: Season 1, The Following: Season 2, Hemlock Grove: Season 1, Jack & the Cuckoo-Clock Heart, Million Dollar Arm, Operation Rogue, Psych: The Complete Series, Sharknado 2: The Second One, Vikings: Season 2

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