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Hobo With a Shotgun 

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Hobo With a Shotgun
In the most plainly titled film of the year, a hobo (Rutger Hauer) buys a shotgun to clean up a crime-ridden town—says here, “Delivering justice, one shell at a time.” Where did a hobo get the money to buy a shotgun? Details … (Magnolia)

Bloodlust Zombies
Porn star Alexis Texas headlines the feature film that finally combines Office Space and Dawn of the Dead into one convenient zombie-apocalypse workplace satire. Says here, “Keeps the laughs—and heads—rolling.” Sold! (Breaking Glass)

Bloodrayne: The Third Reich
Speaking of the undead: Vampire slayer Rayne (Natassia Malthe) must stop an army of bloodsucking Nazis in 1943 Europe before they can make Hitler immortal! Why is this not running on the History Channel? (Phase 4)

Eureka: Season 4.0
Speaking of the ’40s: The Eureka crew accidentally time-travels to 1947, changes history and brings back a semi-evil genius (Battlestar Galactica’s James Callis). Whoa. It’s almost like sci-fi—so why is it on Syfy? (Universal)

The Passion of Darkly Noon
Brendan Fraser, Ashley Judd, Viggo Mortensen and other actors who used to have careers star in the tale of a religious-cult member who falls in love with a witch. Even weirder, this was made in 1995 when they did have careers. (Lionsgate)

More New DVD Releases (July 5)
According to Jim: Season 4, American Flyer, Boy Meets World: Season 6, Ferocious Planet, The Frankenstein Syndrome, The Hustle, Lies in Plain Sight, Of Gods and Men, The PJs: Season 2, Wake Wood, Witchville, Without a Father

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