Summer is well underway and we have hot new games that we played and reviewed in this blazing weather for the July edition of Gamebox 2.0.
July closes out with the latest from Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Accused of perpetrating a deadly drone attack against President Morgan Freeman, Gerard Butler’s Mike Banning has to go on the run as a fugitive to try and clear his name in the upcoming Angel Has Fallen.
Will Smith plays both a legendary assassin and a younger clone that is hunting him in Ang Lee’s insane looking new action movie, Gemini Man, which hits in October this year.
It’s been 10 years since we last saw the zombie-slaying quartet of Zombieland but they are back and still making the best of the apocalypse in Zombieland: Double Tap
Racing since a child, Speed Racer aspires to be champion of the racing world with the help of his family and his high-tech Mach 5 automobile but a villainous billionaire and nasty rival drivers stand in his way.
Weird Science gets a new Collecter’s Edition from Arrow Video, Do the Right Thing joins the Criterion Collection, the Critters are back in Critters Attack and more this week on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Iko Uwais plays an aspiring chef who learns he’s been chosen to be the latest Wu Assassin, which grants him incredible martial arts powers but also a mission to track down and stop a group of crime bosses trying to use another ancient power to try and take over the world.
Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and Black Lightning had teases for their upcoming seasons at Comic-Con this past weekend as the first three of those shows gear up for the massive Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event.
The Lion King dominated the box office, shattering all kinds of records, including biggest July opening of all time and the widest release ever while Avengers: Endgame finally toppled Avatar and is now the highest-grossing film of all time.