We know our truck driver reader base loves their Redbox. It’s a cheap and convenient entertainment option for people who are constantly on the go, and might not want to pay subscription fees every month for services such as Netflix Streaming and Amazon Prime. It’s just about the cheapest non-subscription entertainment option out there right now.
Redbox is a great way for truck drivers to rent the latest videos and games for as little as a dollar a day, depending on the item. If you haven’t checked out our tutorial on how to use the handy Redbox mobile app, find that here.
So what are some great titles coming to Redbox in February?
Taken 2 – dir. Olivier Megaton, starring Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace. Rated PG-13
After tearing up Europe to find his daughter who was captured and sold into a human trafficking ring, injuring and killing anyone in his way, someone is now out for revenge against Bryan Mills and his family. During an amicable family holiday in Istanbul, Mills’ ex-wife and daughter are targeted by a vengeful Albanian clan chief.
Comes to Redbox on Feb. 12
Similar to movies like: Taken, Ronin, Clear and Present Danger, The Grey
End of Watch – dir. David Ayer, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Peña, and America Ferrera. Rated R
Young Los Angeles police officers Taylor and Zavala patrol the city’s meanest streets of south central Los Angeles. The action unfolds through footage from the handheld HD cameras of the police officers, gang members, surveillance cameras, and citizens caught in the line of fire to create a riveting portrait of the city’s most dangerous corners, the cops who risk their lives there every day, and the price they and their families are forced to pay.
Comes to Redbox Feb. 12
Similar to movies like: Training Day, Colors, Boyz In the Hood, The Wire
For a Good Time, Call… – dir. Jamie Travis, starring Ari Graynor, Lauren Anne Miller, James Wolk, and Nia Vardalos. Rated R
When Lauren, a stiff over-achiever, and Katie, a free spirit, meet up anew at a friend’s behest, they’re still an at-odds couple. Lauren needs a place to live so she reluctantly moves in. With nothing in common, she and Katie barely speak – until Lauren discovers that Katie is working as a phone-sex operator. This is, Lauren reasons, a good business opportunity. Together, they will buy a land line and start up their own answering service.
Rents at Redbox on Feb. 19
Similar to movies like: Girl 6, Night Shift, Sex In the City, Bridesmaids
Sinister – dir. Scott Derrickson, starring Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, Fred Thompson, and James Ransone. Rated R
Ten years ago, true crime writer Ellison Oswald made his reputation with a best-selling account of a notorious murder. He discovers a mysterious box containing Super 8 footage of the murders-plus several more equally gruesome homicides. As he watches the carnage unfold on film, Ellison realizes he has stumbled onto evidence of a decades-long killing spree.
But rather than going to the local authorities, he keeps the movies to himself, hoping to publish another acclaimed book based on the crimes. Slowly, he begins to realize that his ambition has placed him and his family in the path of an ancient and bloodthirsty adversary who has marked them as the next group of victims.
Starts at Redbox Rentals on Feb. 19
Similar to movies like: Paranormal Activity, The Possession, Evil Dead, The Amityville Horror
Deadfall – dir. Stefan Ruzowitzky, starring Eric Bana, Charlie Hunnam, Olivia Wilde, Kris Kristofferson, and Sissy Spacek. Rated R
Siblings-in-crime Addison and Liza are on the run after a casino heist. When a car accident leaves their driver and a state trooper dead, they split up and make a run for the Canadian border in near whiteout blizzard conditions. While Addison heads cross-country, Liza catches a ride with ex-boxer Jay who is heading home to celebrate Thanksgiving with his parents, June and retired sheriff Chet. It is there that the siblings are reunited in a tense showdown.
Rental period at Redbox begins Feb. 26
Similar to films like: No Country For Old Men, Blood Simple, Munich, The Bourne Identity