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Your Sister's Sister, Fire With Fire 

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Your Sister’s Sister
A depressed dude (Mark Duplass) accepts his best friend’s (Emily Blunt) offer to vacation on her family’s island retreat, only to find her equally brunette and indie-quippy sister (Rosemarie DeWitt). Awkward love triangle ahoy! (IFC)

Fire With Fire
Bruce Willis, Josh Duhamel, Rosario Dawson, Vincent D’Onofrio, Vinny Jones, Rampage Jackson and 50 Cent star in the action-thriller that answers the question, “Why the hell have I never heard of this movie?” There’s a reason. (Lionsgate)

American Nightmare
The lost 1983 slasher classic about a psychotic stripper killer on the loose in the generic Big City—even scarier, it’s actually a French-Canadian production! Starring Michael Ironside, Alexandra Paul, Lenore Zann and other Canucks. (ADA)

Maximum Conviction
Two suspiciously overweight and elderly black-ops commandos (Steven Segal and Stone Cold Steve Austin, together for the first time!) are caught in the crossfire of a prison-decommission detail gone terribly stupid. And, action! (Anchor Bay)

Nipples & Palm Trees
For those who find Californication too “thinky,” “likable” and “not awful,” here’s the story of a struggling Los Angeles artist (Matt James) plowing his way through women and drugs while pining for his One True Love. The title gave it away, really. (E1)

More New DVD Releases (Nov. 6)
Arthur Christmas, Blue-Eyed Butcher, Chilly Christmas, A Christmas Puppy, Entourage: The Complete Series, Even the Rain, Hirokin: The Last Samurai, I Wish, Kiss Me, Kung Fu Panda Holiday, Law & Order: Season 11, The Obama Effect, The Pact, Red Dog, Trishna, Wolf Lake: Season 1

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