Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, 22 Jump Street 

New DVD/VOD releases Tuesday, Nov. 18

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (TWC)
  • Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (TWC)

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Screw the critics: The only dame who kills the sequel to 2005's Sin City is Jessica Alba; her storyline (and "acting") is the only weak link in this solid followup carried by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin and, especially, Eva Green. Don't miss it again. (TWC)

22 Jump Street
Cops Jenko (Channing Tatum) and Schmidt (Jonah Hill) go back undercover—this time in college to take down a drug dealer named Ghost (Peter Stormare); bromance, a thousand inside jokes about sequels and even some spring-break antics ensue. Boom! (Sony)

Isis Rising: Curse of the Lady Mummy
A group of college archeology students accidentally awaken the spirit of Isis (porn star Priya Rai), who then resumes her ancient quest to raise her husband Osiris from the dead to rule the world with their zombie army. Upside: course passed. (MVD)

Northpole
Santa and Mrs. Claus' (Robert Wagner and Jill St. John!) magical city of Northpole, powered by holiday cheer, is in seasonal-stress trouble, and only a boy and his journalist mom (Tiffani Thiessen) can save it! A very codependent cycle. (ANConnect)

Rise of the Black Bat
When a city DA (Jody Haucke) is blinded with acid by a local crime boss, he gains the power to see in the dark and thus becomes superhero The Black Bat, because "Justice is blind ... no more!" Any similarity to Batman or Daredevil is purely obvious. (MVD)

More New DVD/VOD Releases (Nov. 18)
And So It Goes, Automata, Collar, Everywhen, A Free Bird, The Good Life, Gravedigger, Housebound, If I Stay, Into the Storm, Last Man Standing: Season 3, Not Another Celebrity Movie, Rangarok, Reclaim, Robot Chicken: Christmas Specials, The Turnpike Killer

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