Beautiful Creatures, The Last Stand 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, May 21

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Beautiful Creatures
If you loved Twilight, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, Hemlock Grove and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, you’ll probably tolerate this supernatural tale of star-crossed teens and the scenery-chewing adults who vex them so. (Warner Bros.)

The Last Stand
An ex-LAPD-cop-turned-creaky-border-town-sheriff (Arnold Schwarzenegger) takes on a psychotic drug kingpin (Eduardo Noriega) in the violent showdown flick that has critics exclaiming, “At least it’s not Expendables 2!” (Lionsgate)

Love Sick Love
A noncommittal businessman (Matthew Settle) is kidnapped by his unbalanced “girlfriend” and forced to spend the weekend with her equally loony family in the country. Is it a romantic comedy or a horror movie? Yes—am I right, guys? (Monarch)

Parker
A screwed-over thief (Jason Statham) is out for payback against his crew, with a little help from a chardonnay-guzzling real-estate agent (Jennifer Lopez). Selling points: gunplay, violence, half-naked J-Lo and Statham’s “Texas” accent. (Sony)

True Blood: Season 5
Bill and Eric work for the Vampire Authority! Alcide quits the wolf pack! Jason puts the moves on Jessica! Sam chases shifter-killers! Tara’s dead and loving it! Sookie is still annoyingly alive! Lafayette don’t care! Shirt shortage in Bon Temps! (HBO)

More New DVD Releases (May 21)
Apartment 4E, Dark Circles, Dark Frontier, Ecstasy, Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional, Last Kind Words, Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn, Perception: Season 1, Picture Day, The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane, Saving Hope: Season 1, Side Effects, Stand Up Guys, Teen Wolf: Season 2

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