The Back Up Plan. The Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy from earlier this year arrives on home video. I did not see this in theaters and will not likely see it now. In the film, Lopez is tired of waiting for a man and gets herself inseminated, then she finds the right guy. Comedy ensues. No thanks.
The Simpsons: The 13th Season. I honestly wish this show would end. It has had some great years, some bad years, some in between years, and has had a bit of resurgence of late, but I think it has had a good run and should step aside. I cannot recall any specifics from this particular season, but I am sure it had its share of laughs. Homer, Bart, and the gang have made an indelible mark on pop culture, and I have enjoyed time spent with them.
Survival of the Dead. The latest of George A. Romero's Dead films arrives on DVD after a short theatrical run. This time an island is the setting and the dead still find them. The living need to decide what to do with said deceased, especially their loved ones. I always look forward to a new Romero zombie flick, good or bad I want to see it.
The Square. This thriller from Australia looks pretty good — a man seeking to escape his mundane life engages in an affair, however things get out of hand when she brings a bag of money obtained from her husband's latest crime. The film was co-written by Joel Edgerton, who also stars, and it was directed by his brother, Nash Edgerton.
Ninjas vs Zombies. A zero-budget horror/action/comedy movie certainly looks cheap, but you have to start somewhere, right? This seems like it could be entertaining enough. A zombie goes to a party and starts recruiting a zombie army to face off against others who are channeling ninja powers. Yes, it sounds ridiculous.