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Bad Parents, A Band Called Death, Captain Caveman & The Teen Angels, The Mindy Project: Season 1, The Rock Jocks

Bad Parents

A suburban mom (Janeane Garofalo!) is thrust into the high-stakes world of kiddie soccer, facing off against long sleeves, crazed parents and a driven coach (Christopher Titus!!) in the movie that slams the coffin lid on '90s alt-comedy. (Gaiam)

A Band Called Death

The SXSW rock-doc about early '70s Detroit sibling trio Death, the punk band who predated punk, were initially rejected for being black kids playing "white boy music," and then rediscovered decades later. Move over, Anvil. (Drafthouse)

Captain Caveman & The Teen Angels

Zowie! All 40 1977-80 episodes, finally on DVD! Prehistoric hairball Captain Caveman (voiced by Mel Blanc) and Teen Angels Dee Dee, Brenda and Taffy solve the mysteries passed on by the Scooby Gang and Josie & The Pussycats. (Warner Bros.)

The Mindy Project: Season 1

Successful OB/GYN Mindy (Mindy Kaling) is a hot mess looking for love, but usually just ends up in even more pathetic situations than that wacky New Girl. DVD does not come with subtitles for those who can't hear her high-pitched voice. (Universal)

Rock Jocks

Misfit gamer-geeks (including Felicia Day) work for a secret government agency, piloting satellite drones to destroy asteroids before they reach earth, but mostly just fight bureaucratic meddling. Not based on a true story ... or is it? (Cinedigm)

More New DVD Releases (Aug. 13)

The Big Wedding, Cat. 8, The Company You Keep, Compulsion, Dave Foley: Relatively Well, Deadly Swarm, Divination, Dog Pound, Dolls of Voodoo, Emperor, Enlightened: Season 2, Girls: Season 2, Hatchet III, The Hot Flashes, Olympus Has Fallen, Once Upon a Time: Season 2, Southland: Season 5

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