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513 Degrees

After doing prison time for a crime he didn't commit, Mike (Avelawance Phillips) and his brother (Malik Barnhardt) agree to make one last "delivery" for underworld criminals, because ...? Like every DVD, also starring Danny Trejo. (eOne)

Apocalypse Kiss

A serial killer with OCD sets out for vengeance against the lesbian duo who are taking credit for all of his kills in the future-noir thriller that wants to be Sin City, but isn't even as smart as Sim City. Strangely enough, no Danny Trejo. (Maxim Media)

Back In the Day

Michael Rosenbaum and Morena Baccarin star in the story of a loser actor (Rosenbaum) going to his high school reunion to get his one-time Dream Girl (Baccarin). Also starring Emma Caufield, presumably as his Nightmare Girl. (Screen Media)

Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses

'Nam vet and boxing trainer Frank Vega (Danny Trejo—there he is) teams with his old pal Bernie (Danny Glover) to beat up the no-good East L.A. punks who killed his favorite student and probably set foot on his lawn, too. Damn punks. (Fox)

Nurse

By day, nurse Abby (Paz de la Huerta) attends to patients at All Saints Memorial Hospital; by night, she tracks, seduces and kills unfaithful men in bars. But, would they have been unfaithful without being seduced? And where's Danny Trejo? (Lionsgate)

More New DVD Releases (April 8)

August: Osage County, Best Night Ever, Cavemen, Dead on Appraisal, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Holy Ghost People, Justin Bieber's Believe, Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, My Name Is Paul, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Sheriff of Contention, Snake & Mongoose, Zero Charisma

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