What’s New at Redbox This Week?

by | Aug 24th, 2011 | 12:39PM | Filed under: DVD Reviews, Movie Lists, Movies, Redbox Insider

Six new movies and three fan favorites hit redbox kiosks yesterday!

Here’s the full scoop:

Dylan Dog Dead of NightDylan Dog: Dead of Night

Dylan Dog, a world-famous private detective who specializes in the supernatural, must track down a dangerous artifact before a war ensues between his werewolf, vampire. and zombie clients. That’s right, he has werewolf, vampire, and zombie clients. Hey, so long as they pay him well…

Genre: Horror, Comedy

Starring: Brandon Routh, Taye Diggs, Anita Briem, Sam Huntington, Peter Stormare

Reserve a copy of Dylan Dog: Dead of Night


The BeaverThe Beaver

Walter Black is suffering from depression, and only “the Beaver”—a British-accented hand puppet Walter found in the trash during a drinking binge—can help him get his life back in order.

Genre: Drama, Comedy

Starring: Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster, Anton Yelchin, Riley Thomas Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence

Reserve a copy of The Beaver


Blitz movieBlitz
Tough, uncompromising Detective Tom Brant is teamed with Sgt. Porter Nash to investigate a series of London police murders. Nicknamed “The Blitz” by the rabid London media, the killer is aiming for tabloid immortality by targeting cops in different beats around the city.

Genre: Action/Adventure

Starring: Jason Statham, Paddy Considine, Aidan Gillen, David Morrissey, Zawe Ashton

Reserve a copy of Blitz on DVD or Blu-ray


American Breakdown movieAmerican Breakdown (available exclusively at redbox for the next 3 weeks!)

A collection of short vignettes featuring a star-studded cast highlight the challenges of overcoming bad luck, heartbreak, deception, and tragedy in an unforgiving world. It’s the feel-good film of the year! (Kidding.)

Genre: Drama

Starring: Steve Carell, James Gandolfini, Paul Walker, Paris Hilton, Josh Hartnett, Scott Caan

Reserve a copy of American Breakdown (available exclusively at redbox for the next 3 weeks!)


Tracker movieTracker

In 1906, an ex-Boer War guerrilla is sent to New Zealand to bring back a Maori accused of killing a British soldier. What should have been a simple task for the South African turns out to be a gripping cat-and-mouse game where each has a a shot at the upper hand.

Genre: Western, War, Drama, Action/Adventure

Starring: Temuera Morrison, Ray Winstone, Andy Anderson, Gareth Reeves, Mark Mitchinson

Reserve a copy of Tracker


Pom Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever SoldPOM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

From the billboards in Times Square to the barren streets of São Paulo, documentarian Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me) shines a light on the world of product placement, marketing and advertising through his new film, fully financed by the very product placement the movie explores on screen!

Genre: Documentary, Comedy

Starring: Morgan Spurlock, Ralph Nader

Reserve a copy of POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold


And don’t miss these three movies from years past that are now at redbox, too!

3 Responses to “What’s New at Redbox This Week?”

  1. Brad
    Posted on August 26, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    Erika, did you bother to watch American Breakdown? Have you seen the 135 .5 star reviews for it on your own website? It’s apparent that you don’t care that you are duping your customers. Your promotion of this movie is a deplorable SCAM! NEVER will I rent from Redbox again!

  2. Erika Olson

    Posted on August 26, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Hi there Brad –

    This post is just a listing of the new movies at redbox & a short description of their plots — we do a post like this once a week. Any “review” we write on this site of a movie currently in theaters or on DVD has “Review” in the title of the post and an associated star rating at the top. But on that note, for every movie I review that I don’t like, people using post and yell at me saying that it’s the best movie ever… and for every movie I like, people will write and say it sucks. Lesson learned: usually people only write in when they disagree. And few people agree on what makes for an enjoyable movie.

    But once again, this post was meant to be a rundown of new movies at redbox and there is no review element nor any star ratings given to any of the films. We’re just letting people know what’s new and they can make up their own minds. In no way was I “promoting” American Breakdown.

    - Erika

  3. Bonnie
    Posted on August 28, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    Wont allow me to see the trailor of Dylan Dog.