Redbox, the kiosk disc rental service, will add 31 new DVD and Blu-ray movies in February, the company has announced.
The new titles will include Darkest Hour (pictured above), which stars Gary Oldman in a tour de force performance as Winston Churchill. Oldman has been nominated (and is favored to win) for the Academy Award for Best Actor.
Also notable in February: Only the Brave, which stars Miles Teller and Josh Brolin as firefighters battling to prevent a runaway blaze from destroying a small Arizona town; LBJ, which stars Woody Harrelson in the Rob Reiner-helmed film about the former president; and Suburbicon, which stars Matt Damon and Julianne Moore in a satire of small town America in the 1950s. (George Clooney directed the film).
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Here is the complete of new movies coming in January to Redbox kiosks.
Bad Moms Christmas (DVD and Blu-ray)
Only the Brave (DVD and Blu-ray)
Suburbicon (DVD only)
24 Hours to Live (DVD only)
The Stray (DVD only)
All I See Is You (DVD only)
Keep Watching (DVD only)
DCU Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (DVD only)
Day of the Dead: Bloodline (DVD only)
Red Dog: True Blood (DVD only)
Accident Man (DVD only)
Wonder (DVD and Blu-ray)
Roman J. Israeli, Esq (DVD and Blu-ray)
Hellraiser: Judgment (DVD only)
LBJ (DVD only)
The Ballad of Lefty Brown (DVD only)
Hedgehogs (DVD only)
Monster Family (DVD only)
Daddy’s Home 2 (DVD and Blu-ray)
The Star (DVD and Blu-ray)
Same Kind of Different As Me (DVD only)
Dead Draw (DVD only)
Relentless (DVD only)
The Florida Project (DVD only)
Darkest Hour (DVD and Blu-ray)
Hangman (DVD only)
Crooked House (DVD only)
The Neighbor (DVD only)
Let There Be Light (DVD only)
America Bred (DVD only)
The Body Tree (DVD only)
Final note: For young fans of the animated hit, Coco, Redbox will offer it beginning March 2.
— Phillip Swann
Thirty-one titles and only seven are available on Blu-ray. That’s disappointing. Why isn’t high definition ubiquitous?
There was only one 4K HDR program listed for this month, an NBA game on 2/20 or 26. Now it’s gone. What’s up? There aren’t any 4K HDR programs listed, although I saw a commercial for a ton of Olympic events.
iread on another that redbox will start rentng 4k uhd bul ray movies this year