I have always been fascinated by the myth of Atlantis — the lost utopian city, submerged under the ocean’s depths. So I was psyched to see it brought to life in Aquaman (now at the Box!), and immediately thought how cool it would be to attempt to replicate Atlantis
Spring has finally sprung, and along with April showers come a new batch of movies to the Box and Redbox on Demand. Here are three you shouldn’t miss, followed by the full April roster.
The long-awaited return of Capcom’s over-the-top action series goes above and beyond, however, putting players behind the weapons, skills, and powers of three totally unique heroes.
If you look back through cinematic history, movies that
expose or debate some sort of injustice have always risen to the top.
If you’ve ever walked out of a theater or pressed “stop” at the end of a movie about the fictional kind, you’ll likely understand why I had to make this list.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is now at the Box and On Demand — what more reason do you need to throw a party? And what’s better than a party revolving around magic and wizards?
Turning your movie night into a themed Fantastic Beasts bash
It started innocently enough. I approved a consumer research
study intended to help Redbox answer the same question every other entertainment company was asking themselves: ‘What’s our strategy to compete with Netflix?’ I had no idea what we were about to unearth.
Do you know what they all have in common besides people punching each other for sport? Awards. They’re like awards magnets, I tell you.
While it’s impossible to escape the hype for any new Marvel
movie, the marketing for Captain Marvel is at a fever pitch.
From “Gone With the Wind”s
Vivien Lee to “Captain Marvel”s Brie Larson, women have been making a
difference in the movies. But even closer to home, here at Redbox we’re
inspired by the women we work with every single day.
That’s especially true today
From the Subway to the Post-Apocalyptic Surface, Metro: Last Light is turning the world on it’s head.
Sometimes you’re in the mood for a “normal” comedy, but sometimes you just need something straight-up silly.
From the fake family in We’re the Millers to the blended brood in the Daddy’s Home movies, writer-director Sean Anders has mined comic gold out of family dysfunction. But Instant Family, now available from Redbox on DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand, hits closer to home for him. It’s based