True TV | Life & Death: What’s gone, what lives on for the next TV season 

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The Chair
From the director of Ginger Snaps 2 (!) comes the tale of a young woman (of course) who moves into an old house possessed by the spirit of a serial killer (natch) who liked to torture kiddies in a nasty chair (hence the title). If you think this is scary, just wait for the sequel: The Ottoman!

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Grizzly Park
Bad-but-pretty 20-somethings are sentenced to community service in Grizzly Park, where an escaped serial killer (again?) just happens to be on the loose, as well as a hungry grizzly; blood, violence, nudity and wisecracks ensue. California is tough on repeat offenders!

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Lipstick Jungle: Season 1
Brooke Shields, Kim Raver and Lindsay Price star as New York City lady-business playas who are tough, yet vulnerable, sexy yet imperfect, driven yet … oh, screw it—it’s Sex and the City, just with less sex and more stilted drama. Or Suddenly Susan with more actual laughs. Your call.

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Twenty years later, John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) is kicking ass in Burma because … does he really need a reason? Besides saving a whiney American missionary (Dexter’s whiney Julie Benz) from evil military goons in a rage of guns, guts and unintelligible grunts? No! U-S-A!

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What Would Jesus Buy?
“Reverend Billy” travels the country preaching against the evils of Wal-Mart, Starbucks and Disney (“Mickey Mouse is the Antichrist!”) in the hysterical documentary that compels you, in the name of Jeebus, to stop shopping. After you buy his DVD, anyway.

More New DVD Releases (May 27)
All Hat, The Air I Breathe, Bomb It, The Cleaner, Cassandra’s Dream, Grace is Gone, The Lather Effect, Simple Promise, The Take, The Walker

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