Summer is winding down but there’s still plenty to play on your PC or console of choice. Check out what we got to play in August for the latest Gamebox 2.0, like the 90s throwback shooter Ion Fury, horror puzzle game Silver Chains, retro brawler Zeus Begins and more.
A human detective and a fairy rekindle a dangerous affair in a Victorian fantasy world, where the city’s uneasy peace collapses when a string of murders reveals an unimaginable monster in Amazon’s upcoming series Carnival Row.
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.
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.
After tracking down and arresting a notorious serial killer, the police realize he has set plans in motion that will result in more deaths and have to race to stop him in the upcoming thriller Night Hunter.
A trio of women decide to go against the Irish mob in the late 70s and take over, and expand, on the rackets their husbands ran before being arrested in The Kitchen, which is based on a Vertigo comic of the same name.
AMC’s historical horror series TheTerror returns for another season in a new time and setting as the occupants of an internment camp on the west coast during World War 2 are terrorized by a supernatural force from Japanese folklore
The collected stories of Alvin Schwartz and the horrifically great art by Stephen Gammell come to life in August with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark from director André Øvredal and producer Guillermo Del Toro.
After over 35 years, Netflix is bringing viewers back to the world of Thra for a prequel series to Jim Henson’s cult classic dark fantasy, The Dark Crystal, as three young Gelflings discover the secret of the vile Skeksis’ power and try to form a rebellion to stop them.
Writer/Director Jennifer Kent is back with her follow-up to The Babadoook, the brutal and disturbing revenge movie The Nightingale, where a young woman in 1800’s Australia seeks revenge on the army officer who abused and committed a horrible crime against her.