Drive, In Time 

New DVDs Tuesday, Jan. 31

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click to enlarge Drive - SONY

Ryan Gosling stars in a 95-minute ’80s music video about a getaway-driver-for-hire who has to pay off some sketchy characters (Albert Brooks and Ron Perlman) to save the girl he loves (Carey Mulligan). Or something. At least it looks cool. (Sony)

In Time
In a futuristic society where everyone (poor) dies at 25 and time is traded as currency, Justin Timberlake and bug-eyed Amanda Seyfried fight the system, play Robin Hood and stick it to The Man. Or something. At least it looks cool. (Fox)

2-Headed Shark Attack
It’s a giant shark what’s got two heads! And he wants to chomp down on Carmen Electra, Brooke Hogan, Charlie O’Connell and assorted idiot college coeds trapped on a sinking island! How did Syfy let this one get away? (The Asylum)

Dead Hooker In a Trunk
Friends Badass, Geek, Goody Two Shoes and Junkie(!) find a dead hooker in the trunk of their car and are soon on the run from cops, chainsaw-wielding crazies, serial killers and, of course, Cowboy Pimp(!!). Best. Movie. Ever. (IFC Films)

A 13-year-old girl named Spork is, shockingly, an outcast at her school; wackiness ensues. Disclaimer: This film is completely unsanctioned by my band Spörk and InterSpork Records. But, if it makes any money, we demand a cut. (E1)

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 31)
The Big Year, Blubberella, Chalet Girl, The Chateau Meroux, Church Girl, The Double, Dream House, The Hammer, Hunted By Night, Janie Jones, Mommy’s Little Monster, A Novel Romance, The Other F Word, Outrage, Spider Hole, Texas Killing Fields, The Thing, You & I

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