Seven Psychopaths, one hilarious DVD release

Feb 1, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. ET

Check which 5 DVDs topped our list this week, from Dracula to puppy burglars and beyond! If you're looking to take home a new movie for you or the kids, look no further.

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1) Seven Psychopaths

Watch what unfolds between big-screen greats Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell when the guys get mixed up in the business of dog stealing. Shih Tzu hits the fan when the guys steal the wrong pup from a crazy mobster, making for one hilarious ride throughout.

Rotten Tomatoes: 82% Fresh

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2) The Awakening

This film is a must-watch for supernatural buffs and fans of exorcism-esque flicks. The Awakening follows Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall), an author dedicated to debunking ghost stories and supernatural frights as nothing more than pranks. But her journey into an all-boys boarding school in 1921 has her questioning validity for the first time. Be sure to grab a blanket to hide behind as you watch the eerie phenomenon unfold.

Rotten Tomatoes: 60% Fresh

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3) Hotel Transylvania

If you're looking for something a little less spooky and geared a whole lot more toward the whole family, check out Hotel Transylvania. The film enters the animated world of Dracula where monster families can live it up in luxury. Voices include Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg and more.

Rotten Tomatoes: 43% Splat

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4) Paranormal Activity 4

If you enjoyed the first three films in the franchise then give this a shot, otherwise your life will probably go on just fine without another dose of Paranormal Activity. The shock factor is always amplified in a theater setting, so we're not too sure this flick will stand strong at home.

Rotten Tomatoes: 26% Splat

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5) The Cold Light of Day

Not even Bruce Willis could save this one. Willis stars alongside Henry Cavill and Sigourney Weaver but the kidnap plot in The Cold Light of Day never really took flight. Don't believe it? Check the Rotten Tomatoes score below:

Rotten Tomatoes: 5% Splat

Photo credit: CBS Films

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