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New on Home Video: "Jane Eyre", "The Ward", "Priest" & More

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    It's a pretty thin week for you shut-ins out there, as the only good new film on home video is the eleventh adaptation of a book that's more than 150 years old. Other than that it's cartoons, horror, some indie flicks, a brutal romcom, and a nap-inducing historical drama.

    Jane Eyre
    Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender star in the latest retelling of Charlotte Brontë's classic tale of a poor young woman and her dangerous relationship with a wealthy man. New on DVD and Blu-ray, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    The Conspirator
    Director Robert Redford tells the story of Mary Surratt (Robin Wright), who was accused of taking part in the plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, and the efforts of Frederick Aiken (James McAvoy) to defend her against a military tribunal determine to convict. New on DVD and Blu-ray, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    Priest
    Paul Bettany stars as a priest who goes against his church's rules to hunt the vampires who kidnapped his niece, Lily Collins. Co-stars Maggie Q, Cam Gigandet and Christopher Plummer. New on DVD and Blu-ray, read our theatrical review

    "Jane Eyre"

    [NATL] "Jane Eyre"
    Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender star in the latest retelling of Charlotte Brontë's classic tale of a poor young woman and her dangerous relationship with a wealthy man.

    Hoodwinked Too: Hood vs. Evil
    Little Red Riding Hood teams up with the Wolf to look into the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel in this animated 3D spectacle. Stars the voices of Hayden Panettiere, Patrick Warburton, Bill Hader and Amy Poehler. New on DVD and Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    John Carpenter's The Ward
    From horror master John Carpenter comes a film starring Amber Heard as a woman held in a psychiatric hospital which is being haunted by a dead patient. New on DVD and Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Meet Monica Velour
    A teenage boy named Tobe (Dustin Ingram) goes on a road trip to meet his favorite porn star, the '70s sex goddess Monica Velour (Kim Cattrall), striking up a bizarre friendship. New on DVD and Blu-ray, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    No Eres Tu, Soy Yo
    This romcom about a man who gets jilted by his new bride was Mexico's highest grossing film of 2010. In Spanish with English subtitles. New on DVD and Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Something Borrowed
    The title refers to that handsome fella, Colin Egglesfield, that Ginnifer Goodwin is about to kiss, who is engaged to her best friend since childhood, in this romcom about four people who all appear to be with the wrong person. The movie co-stars John Krasinski and Kate Hudson. New on DVD and Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    The Bang Bang Club
    Ryan Phillippe, Malin Akerman and Taylor Kitsch star in this film based on a real-life group of photographers who chronicled life in the townships of South Africa from the time of Nelson Mandela's release from prison to the 1994 elections that made him president. New on DVD and Blu-ray, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

    The Best and the Brightest
    A satirical look at the insanely high-pressure world on Manhattan kindergartens and the lengths to which parents will go to get their kids into the very best schools. Stars Neil Patrick Harris, Amy Sedaris, Kate Mulgrew and John Hodgman. New on DVD and Blu-ray, watch the trailer