The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Rogue 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, March 11

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Victors Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) spark rebellion in the Districts, so President Snow (Donald Sutherland) devises a surprise, brutal Hunger Games All Stars to shut ‘em up. So, kids watch this? (Lionsgate; March 7)

Lloyd the Conqueror
A community-college slacker (Evan Williams) enlists the help of a self-defense instructor (Tegan Moss) and a retired gaming wizard (Brian Posehn) to defeat his Medieval Lit professor in a LARPing showdown. So, adults watch this? (Freestyle)

Rogue: Season 1
A troubled Oakland undercover cop (Thandie Newton) reluctantly works with a crime boss (Marton Csokas) to find her son’s killer, even though she believes it was her own fault—hence, troubled, but really, really good-looking. (E1)

Siberia: Season 1
When 16 Survivor-style TV contestants on are dumped in Siberia, bizarre events and bloody deaths begin to happen—finally, a reality show with a body count! Sadly, it’s not real, but Siberia is surprisingly engaging. And canceled. (Lionsgate)

Sorority Horror House
During pledge week, a Kappa (Alessandra Torresani) suspects that her headmistress (Morgan Fairchild) is behind a series of gruesome murders around campus. The perfect Halloween movie for spring break … or something? (MTI)

More New DVD Releases (March 11)
Armistice, Beyond Outrage, The Book Thief, The Broken Circle Breakdown, Contract Killers, Crave, Dark House, Easy Money: Hard to Kill, End of the World, Enemies Closer, Homefront, The Hungover Games, Inside Llewyn Davis, Out of the Furnace, Puncture Wounds, Silent But Deadly, Time Warrior

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