Q. I was thinking of going up to Redbox and start renting 4K movies for my Dad so he can watch some movies while we’re still at home due to Covid. But which 4K movies do they have? And does every Redbox kiosk have 4K? We just got a new 4K for my father. —
Q. I know awhile back that you wrote about Redbox renting 4K movies in some cities. Are they still doing that? And if so, which cities are they available? I have a 4K TV and 4K Blu-ray player and it would be great to rent the movies instead of having to pay so much for
Q. I would like to watch more Blu-ray movies, but I can’t seem to rent them anywhere. There’s no Blockbuster, or anything! So I’ve been thinking about Redbox. But how does Redbox work? How do you get the discs from them? — Chi Chi, Marina Del Rey, California. The Redbox kiosk looks basically like a
Q. What’s the best place to find 4K programming? — John, hometown unknown. John, that’s a great question, particularly for new owners of 4K TV sets. There is still relatively little 4K programming available, which is very frustrating for someone who just made such a large purchase. Click Amazon: See Today’s Top 4K TVs! The
Q. I am a 4K TV owner but I am upset at the high prices of 4K discs. Has Redbox expanded that 4K rental trial yet? I want to rent the darn things! — Eddie, Cleveland. Eddie, as you know, Redbox in May began renting a handful of 4K titles (Black Panther, The Martian, The
Q. I love the way Blu-ray movies look. The picture is so much better than streaming or even my DIRECTV. But it’s expensive to buy the movies. I’m thinking of Redbox for rentals, but I’m not sure how it works and where I can find one in my area. Can you help? — Roger, Boston,
Redbox, the kiosk rental service, has begun renting four 4K Blu-ray discs in six markets, the company announced today. The trial markets are: New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Detroit, Austin and Miami. And the four 4K discs are: Black Panther, The Matrix, The Martian and The Commuter. Despite the limited number, Redbox promises to soon
Q. I like renting discs from Redbox, but it irks me that they don’t have 4K Blu-rays. It’s impossible to rent 4K discs so it would be great if Redbox would. Any chance of that? — Ed, San Francisco. See an update on this story. Ed, I have some good news and some bad news.
Redbox, the kiosk disc rental service, will add 32 new DVD and Blu-ray movies in April, the company has announced. The new titles will include Phantom Thread, the critically-acclaimed drama about a fashion designer (Daniel-Day-Lewis) who becomes obsessed with a young waitress. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, There Will Be Blood), the film
Q. I love the way Blu-ray movies look. The picture is so much better than streaming or even my DIRECTV. But it’s expensive to buy movies. I’m thinking of Redbox for rentals, but I’m not sure how it works and where I can find one of those kiosks in my area. Can you help? —
Redbox, the kiosk disc rental service, will add 32 new DVD and Blu-ray movies in March, the company has announced. The new titles will include Lady Bird (pictured above), the Oscar-nominated comedy which stars Saoirse Ronan as a quirky teenager who must contend with a dominating mother while also navigating her high school senior year.
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