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And Then Came Lola, Extraordinary Measures, Jeff Dunham Show, Mutant Vampire Zombies in the 'Hood, Valentine's Day 

New DVD releases Tuesday, May 18

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And Then Came Lola
A lesbian—OK, more lesbian—twist on Run Lola Run, starring Ashleigh Sumner as a San Francisco photographer (as all SF lesbians are) rushing against the clock to save her job and her girlfriend. But, there’s always time for the sexy. (


Extraordinary Measures
Harrison Ford, Brendan Fraser and Keri Russell star in the heartwarming tale of children dying from an incurable disease while pharmaceutical fat cats watch and light cigars with million-dollar bills. (


The Jeff Dunham Show: Season 1
One of the highest-rated Comedy Central series ever—which was then canceled because, apparently, ratty-ass puppets (including Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Bubba J and José Jalapeño) are really expensive to make. (


Mutant Vampire Zombies From the ’Hood
An LAPD cop (C. Thomas Howell) battles his way out of Los Angeles, now infested with, as the title infers, mutant vampire zombies. Upside, gang-banger problem solved. Downside, C. Thomas Howell. (


Valentine’s Day
Speaking of blood-sucking Los Angelinos: Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Taylor Swift and more cross romantic paths on V-Day. Then, the mutant vampire zombies rise. (

More New DVD Releases (May 18)
AVH: Alien vs. Hunter, Countdown: Armageddon, Enemies Among Us, Invictus, Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 5, The Messenger, Misconceptions, The New Daughter, Night Dragon, The Spy Next Door, Vamps & The City

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