Now You See Me, Sharknado 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, Sept. 3

Now You See Me - SUMMIT
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  • Now You See Me

Now You See Me
Four magicians (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco) pull off an elaborate series of robberies using illusions (“tricks” are what a whore does for money, Michael), confounding the FBI and moviegoers alike. (Summit)

Sharknado
Now you can own the biggest flying-shark-related Twitter event of the summer! A bar owner (Ian Ziering), his annoying ex-wife (Tara Reid) and assorted ringers fight to survive a tsunami of sharks dumped on a deserving Los Angeles. (The Asylum)

Cockneys vs. Zombies
The undead are taking over East London, and it’s up to the McGuires to save their grandfather, some bank-robbery hostages (whole ’nother story) and themselves in the zombie comedy that’s totally not like Shaun of the Dead. (Shout Factory)

Empire State
When a luckless armored truck employee (Liam Hemsworth) gets inadvertently caught up in a huge bank heist, he has to outwit an NYPD detective (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) and local crime bosses. Or just go home. Seems easier. (Lionsgate)

Slightly Single in L.A.
Dale Squires (Lacey Chabert) sleeps her way around shallow Los Angeles, eventually winding up in a love triangle with her best friend (Jenna Dewan) and an old flame (Kip Pardue). Nothing a well-timed Sharknado can’t solve. (Well Go USA)

More New DVD Releases (Sept. 3)
Bomb Girls: Season 1, Criminal Minds: Season 8, From Up on Poppy Hill, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 8, The League: Season 4, The Office: Season 9, Parks & Recreation: Season 5, Revolution: Season 1, Scandal: Season 2, Spartacus: Season 3, The Vampire Diaries: Season 4

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