A fashion model is questioned by police, while another beautiful woman is tortured and terrorized in prison by wolf monsters and zombie doctors. What’s the connection? Who cares? Wolf monsters and zombie doctors, man! (DarkReprieve.com)
A Hollywood therapist to the stars (Alexandra Wentworth) helps/further cripples the likes of Andy Dick, Monica Potter, Joel Madden, Christopher Lloyd and more in the hysterical Starz comedy. Yes, Starz. (AnchorBayEntertainment.com)
A boozy poet (Paddy Considine) argues with a businessman (Anthony Pryce) and his wife (Uma Thurman) whether alcoholism is a disease or not. For over an hour. Hey, it’s based on a play—it’s supposed to be depressing. (HBO.com)
The dark, turbulent third season, wherein Fran’s anonymous sex fetish and Mr. Sheffield’s heroin addiction forced them to sell the kids and the butler into offshore slavery … no, wait, that was Season 4. (Sony.com)
The Punisher (Ray Stevenson) violently dedicates his life to avenging his murdered family and anyone who wasted ticket money on previous movies starring pansies like Dolph Lundgren and Thomas Jane. (Lionsgate.com)
More New DVD Releases (March 17)
Barney Miller: Season 3, Degrassi the Next Generation: Season 7, Elegy, JAG: Season 8, The Life of the Lucky Cucumber, Married With Children: Season 10, Mr. Belvedere: Seasons 1 & 2, The Velveteen Rabbit, Walled In
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