The Big Bang Theory, Camille, Crash, Deadgirl & X-Men Origins: Wolverine 

New DVD Releases Sept. 15

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The Big Bang Theory: Season 2
The further apartment misadventures of Caltech science geeks who live next door to a cute blond waitress who apparently doesn’t own a bra. This season, the gang wrecks a Mars rover, hires a hooker and stalks models. Family fun!
WarnerBros.com
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Camille
A bad boy (James Franco) marries a good girl (Sienna Miller—yeah, sure) so they can honeymoon in Niagara Falls and facilitate his parole escape across the Canadian border. If you think that’s stilted, she’s also a ghost!
CamilleMovie.com
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Crash: Season 1
The Starz TV take on the Paul Haggis film, starring Dennis Hopper, Eric Roberts, and Moran Atias as The Hottest Stripper on Earth. If you like reprehensible L.A. characters (any other kind?) in horrible situations, look no further!
Starz.com
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Deadgirl
A pair of teen boys discover a naked girl who turns out to be a zombie; wackiness, coming-of-age angst and a whole lotta questions about the definition of “necrophilia” ensue. It’s Stand by Me for a new, and waaay sicker, generation.
DeadgirlMovie.com
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Hugh Jackman sings, dances and shreds his way through this Broadway musical adaptation of the Wolverine story … what? No? It’s just a straight-up mutant action flick? Not even one Sondheim tune? Who wants to see that?
FoxHome.com

More New DVD Releases (Sept. 15)
CSI Miami: Season 7, Easy Virtue, Four Dragons, Grace, Grey’s Anatomy: Season 5, Hired Gun, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 4, My Name Is Earl: Season 4, Next Day Air, Night Watching, Private Practice: Season 2, Rumba, Sanctuary: Season 1

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