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Insidious, The Lincoln Lawyer 

New DVDs Tuesday, July 12

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A couple (Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne) move into a haunted house, only to have their son fall into a mysterious coma. But is it the house or the family that’s actually haunted? It’s the family. There ya go. Still, scary flick. (Sony) Netflix

The Lincoln Lawyer
A slick, low-rent attorney (Matthew McConaughey) lands a huge case defending a rich Beverly Hills party boy (Ryan Phillippe); surprise twists and moral conundrums ensue. Also starring Marisa Tomei, clothed. (Lionsgate) Netflix

Brother’s Justice
Dax Shepard (Dax Shepard) suddenly quits comedy to become a kung-fu action-film star—despite having no money, no knowledge of martial arts, no muscle tone and being assisted by the likes of Tom Arnold and Ashton Kutcher. (Well Go) Netflix

Dinocroc vs. Supergator
In David Carradine’s final movie(!), a mutated alligator and a prehistoric crocodile (or something) destroy Hawaii, eat bikini babes and battle each other, because gators and crocs are “mortal enemies.” It’s science. (Anchor Bay) Netflix

Minty: The Assassin
A punk-rocker (Elina Madison) eats chocolate, gains antioxidant superpowers and fights ninjas, cowboys, rat monsters and lesbian vampires to rescue her kidnapped mentor. No surprise twists or moral conundrums ensue. (Cinema Epoch) Official Site

More New DVD Releases (July 12)
Courage, Damages: Season 3, Entourage: Season 7, ER: Season 15, Frozen Kiss, Gordon Glass, Maneater, Miral, Owned, Robot Chicken: Star Wars: Episode III, Terranova, Uncle Boonmee, Waking Madison, White Irish Drinkers

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