Flight of the Conchords, Hot Blood Sundae, Labor Pains, Obsessed & Race to Witch Mountain 

New DVD Releases August 4

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Flight of the Conchords: Season 2
The season featuring the hits “Hurt Feelings,” “Sugarlumps,” “Too Many Dicks on the Dance Floor,” “Fashion Is Danger” and more—who said there were no good songs in Season 2? Bonus: The Prime Minister of New Zealand!
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Hot Blood Sundae
“Actresses” Bobbi Billard, Akira Lane, Gelusa Zaripova and Joanna Hernandez star as “Scoopettes” at a sexy ice cream shop—until they start getting murdered! It’s a remake of Ice Scream, in case you were curious. No?
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Labor Pains
Lindsay Lohan pretends to be pregnant to keep her job, in a movie that premiered on ABC Family—the new home of unwed mothers! Also starring Janeane Garofalo, Chris Parnell and several others who should fire their agents.
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When a successful businessman (Idris Elba) is stalked by a crazy white girl (Ali Larter), it’s up to his wife (Beyonce Knowles) to put the smackdown on her boney ass. Based on a true Destiny’s Child song, or Fatal Attraction.
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Race to Witch Mountain
Dwayne “Not the Rock” Johnson continues his Disney career in the sequel to the ’70s “classics” about alien kids or witches or whatever. When are we going to get the remake of The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, starring Triple H?

More New DVD Releases (Aug. 4)
The Chaos Experiment, Cravings, Delgo, Fragments, McCartney’s Genes, Mutant Chronicles, Project Runway: Season 5, Shadowheart, The Soloist, Tim & Eric: Awesome Show Great Job: Season 3

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