Burning Love, Alpha House, Godzilla 

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Sept. 16

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Burning Love (Paramount)
  • Burning Love (Paramount)

Burning Love: Seasons 2 & 3
In Season 2, hot mess Julie (June Diane Raphael) must choose between 12 dumb hunks (dunks?); in Season 3, previous contestants compete for cash instead of love. The only Bachelor/Bachelorette parody you'll ever need. (Paramount)

Alpha House: Season 1
Four Republican senators (John Goodman, Clark Johnson, Matt Malloy and Mark Consuelos) share a rental house in Washington, D.C., and political wackiness ensues. Based on real-life events, if not actual Republican wackiness. (ANConnect)

The Fault in Our Stars
Two teens (Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort ... are these real names?) meet and fall in love in a cancer-support group in the tear-jerking film that sounds nothing at all like the new Fox TV series Red Band Society. Nope, not at all. (Fox)

From Dusk Till Dawn: Season 1
Robert Rodriguez's 10-episode remake of his movie, starring D.J. Cotrona and Zane Holtz as the Gecko Bros, as well as Eiza Gonzalez as hot-as-hell Santanico and Wilmer Valderrama as evil-as-hell Carlos. It aired on El Rey, so you missed it. (EOne)

Godzilla
The re-re-re-reboot of Godzilla, in which the big (really big this time) lizard-thing and a pair of MUTOs (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms, duh) are converging upon the Pacific Rim, er, San Francisco. (Warner Bros.)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Sept. 16)
About a Boy: Season 1, Arrow: Season 2, Awkward: Season 3, The Big Bang Theory: Season 7, Bones: Season 9, Castle: Season 6, Grimm: Season 3, Hannibal: Season 2, Jesus People, Petals on the Wind, Sleepy Hollow: Season 1, South Park: Season 17, Spartacus: The Complete Series

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