For a Good Time Call, Death Race 3 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Jan. 22

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For a Good Time, Call …
Two broke NYC girls (Ari Graynor and Lauren Anne Miller), at the suggestion of their super-gay pal (a super-gay Justin Long), partner up as phone-sex operators. Funny, sweet and utterly unaware that no one talks on phones anymore. (Focus)

Death Race 3: Inferno
Convict “Frankenstein” Lucas (Luke Goss) is one win away from freedom, and the next Death Race is in the South African desert! Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames and Tanit Phoenix also return, so you know this sequel is totally legit. (Universal)<>

Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft
Siblings Hansel (Booboo Stewart) and Gretel (Fivel Stewart) discover their destiny as witch slayers—just in time to cash in on that other movie. Also starring Eric Roberts, Vanessa Angel and Cherie Currie(!), so it’s already better. (Lionsgate)

Nature Calls
Patton Oswalt, Johnny Knoxville, Rob Riggle, Maura Tierney, and the late Patrice O’Neil star in the most tolerable Boy Scouts comedy since Moonrise Kingdom. Immortal line: “Children don’t live in the woods—they die!” (Magnolia)

Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning
In the sixth—yes, sixth—installment of the series, a man (Scott Adkins) hunts down the undead Universal Soldiers (including undead Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren) who killed his family. Reckoning, etc., ensue. (Magnolia)

More New DVD Releases (Jan. 22)
Barrio Tales, Breathing, Chris Hardwick: Mandroid, End of Watch, Fat Kid Rules the World, Hold Your Breath, The Imposter, Jaguar, Keep the Lights On, Kendra: Season 4, Nobody Walks, Noobz, Officer Down, The Paperboy, Pina, A Thousand Cuts, True Nature

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