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Redbox New Releases for October 5, 2010

New ReleasesHere are the movies that are coming to Redbox this week (October 5, 2010):

The Karate Kid, MacGruber, 30 Day of Night: Dark Days, The Greatest, Mega Piranha and Woke UP Dead and more…

What will you be renting this week?

30 Days of Night: Dark Days R
Starring: Kiele Sanchez,Rhys Coiro
Genre: Horror,Horror
Release Year: 2010
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MacGruber R
Starring: Ryan Phillippe,Will Forte,Kristen Wiig
Genre: Action,Comedy,Adventure
Release Year: 2010
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MacGruber (Blu-ray) R
Starring: Val Kilmer,Will Forte,Kristen Wiig
Genre: Action,Comedy,Adventure
Release Year: 2010
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Mega Piranha R
Starring: Paul Logan,Tiffany
Genre: Action,Drama,Sci-Fi
Release Year: 2010
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Rust PG
Starring: Corbin Bernsen,Frank Gall,Lloyd Warner
Genre: Drama,Drama
Release Year: 2010
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The Greatest R
Starring: Pierce Brosnan,Susan Sarandon,Carey Mulligan
Genre: Drama,Drama
Release Year: 2009
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The Karate Kid (2010) PG
Starring: Jackie Chan,Jaden Smith
Genre: Drama,Family
Release Year: 2010
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The Karate Kid (2010) (Blu-ray) PG
Starring: Jackie Chan,Jaden Smith
Genre: Drama,Family
Release Year: 2010
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The Last Rites of Ransom Pride R
Starring: Lizzy Caplan,Cote de Pablo
Genre: Action,Western
Release Year: 2009
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Woke Up Dead NR
Starring: Jon Heder,Krysten Ritter,Josh Gad
Genre: Comedy,Horror,Horror
Release Year: 2010
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16 Responses to “Redbox New Releases for October 5, 2010”

  1. Member [Join Now]
    Shemp Howard [shemp-howard]

    Uh Oh…
    October is shaping up to be a *whole month* of redbox withdrawal™. ;)

    October 5, 2010
    “MacGruber” [promo code worthy]

    October 12, 2010
    Nothing, Zip, Bupkis Nada, Nil

    October 19, 2010
    “Robin Hood” [promo code worthy]

    October 26, 2010
    “Get Him to the Greek” [promo code worthy]
    “Attack on Darfur” [promo code worthy]

    • Member [Join Now]
      dawn a dee [dawn-a-dee]

      You get the code in a text message. Look there. Please pass it on.

    • Member [Join Now]
      Shemp Howard [shemp-howard]

      As of this posting, some additional [desirable] titles are available for October 5, 2010:

      “Face/Off”
      “Collateral”
      “Minority Report” [N.B.only in the BD format!]

      Looks like redbox withdrawal™ won’t start until October 12, 2010. ;).

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        Consumer [visitor]

        Are you joking??? These titles are again all from Paramount who must have some agreement to put these into Redbox. They did this a month ago with titles such as “Deep Impact” and “General’s Daughter.”

        As a Redbox customer I have to say I’m not real happy with this. I would rather have more copies of “The Karate Kid” or some newer titles than this.

        FYI, Redbox didn’t classify these as R.R. (Redbox Replays). Reason?

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          Shemp Howard [shemp-howard]

          @Consumer

          “Face/Off”
          “Collateral”
          “Minority Report” [N.B.only in the BD format!]

          are all good movies, as are both “The Karate Kid” versions.

          I would rather see decent back catalog titles than the usual direct-2-redbox™ dreck that constitutes the bulk of the kiosk contents. All three Paramount titles have directors’ commentaries, so even if you saw the films before, the DVDs offer some added value.

          Paramount is among the better managed studios, recognizing that redbox, and its ever growing installed kiosk base, is an *ally* not a foe. Incidentally, redbox has all three of *Columbia Studio’s* “The Karate Kid” titles currently available. So its not a stretch to think Columbia’s wising up to the benefits of redbox as a distribution channel– especially for back catalog.

          -Redbox didn’t classify these as R.R. (Redbox Replays). Reason?

          Don’t take the classifications too seriously, many times redbox misses the mark on titles for either: redbox Replays or any other label category–drama, action, comedy etc..

  2. Member [Join Now]
    s142424

    Probably McGruber

  3. Visitor [Join Now]
    tinybrat [visitor]

    Karate kid is a good kids film. Not the best acted movie, but for kids its great.

    Macgruber will be funny probably.

    30 Days of night was good, so I’m thinking the sequel will be ok.

  4. Visitor [Join Now]
    Dawn Baker [visitor]

    I didn’t get my code either. Just this update letter. I get a code 1st Monday of every month. What’s going on?

  5. Visitor [Join Now]
    Curt [visitor]

    I recommend Karate Kid for everyone. Good film.

  6. Member [Join Now]
    starman15317

    I’ll be renting The Karate Kid and MacGruber.

  7. Visitor [Join Now]
    Julie Howe [visitor]

    I didn’t use mine. 3VQ56WX

  8. Member [Join Now]
    dawn a dee [dawn-a-dee]

    Check ur text messages for ur monthly codes ;-)

  9. Visitor [Join Now]
    Celeste [visitor]

    30 Days of Night!!!

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    FallonaBottom [fallonabottom]

    FYI, MacGruber was awful. I was disappointed, as I really enjoyed the SNL skit.

  11. Member [Join Now]
    starman15317

    I rented MacGruber tonight. Yeah, it was bad. Really bad.

  12. Member [Join Now]
    starman15317

    I was going to rent The Karate Kid, but then I saw the trailer.