Mid-Year Madness: Lionsgate Play's Best July 2024 Releases


Embrace the mid-year magic with Lionsgate Play's new releases, perfect for those cozy rainy days when all you need is a good binge-watch and a warm blanket.

We've done it, folks -- we've gone past 2024’s mid-year mark, and what a wild ride it has been so far. Lionsgate Play has kept us entertained and on the edge of our seats throughout the year, from the return of beloved franchises to exciting new releases. And with July just around the corner, they're not slowing down anytime soon. Get ready for a mix of action, drama, comedy, and more as we dive into the best releases from Lionsgate Play this month.

Top picks for the month

Jackdaw (Film) 

July 5

An intense action thriller set against the dramatic coastal backdrop of North East England, Jackdaw is an intense action thriller that unfolds over a single, harrowing night. Jack Dawson (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), a former motocross champion and army veteran, returns home to support his brother after their mother's death. Seeking a fresh start, Jack takes on a high-stakes job from Silas (Joe Blakemore), a childhood friend turned local criminal. What begins as a simple package pick-up in the North Sea quickly turns into a nightmare when Jack is betrayed and his brother is kidnapped. Throughout this violent night-time journey through England's Northern rust belt, Jack fights for his life and searches for answers, encountering both familiar faces and new threats.

Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 (Series) 

July 12

The highly anticipated fourth and final season of Power Book II: Ghost is now on Lionsgate Play! Season 4 delves into the escalating tensions and power struggles of its central characters. Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) and Brayden (Gianni Paolo) forge new alliances while re-entering the dangerous game, but as Brayden flirts with a reckless lifestyle, Tariq questions if there's room for both of them at the top. The final season is divided into two parts, with Part 2 set to premiere in September 2024.

More exciting content this month

Made (Film)

 July 19

In this goofy crime comedy flick, Bobby (Jon Favreau), a struggling boxer and bodyguard for his stripper girlfriend, is desperate for a better life. Seeking a way out, he agrees to take on a high-stakes delivery for his boss, which involves a money laundering scheme. He is accompanied by his best friend Ricky (Vince Vaughn), an obnoxious loudmouth whose delusions of grandeur come from watching too many mafia movies. The clueless duo is flown first-class to New York, where they are introduced to Ruiz (Sean Combs), a gangster from downtown Manhattan. As Bobby tries to keep things under control and complete the job, Ricky's reckless behavior quickly unravels their plans, putting both their lives in serious jeopardy.

Haunt (Film)

July 19

A slasher film written and directed by the minds behind A Quiet Place (Scott Beck and Bryan Woods), Haunt is set on a Halloween night. A group of friends decide to explore an extreme haunted house attraction, not knowing the nightmare that awaits them. What starts as a night of spooky fun quickly turns into a terrifying ordeal as the group discovers that the horrors within the haunted house are all too real. Separated in a maze of terror, they must navigate dangerous traps and confront sinister figures who make their darkest fears come to life.

The Requin (Film) 

July 26

In The Requin, terror strikes paradise as Jaelyn (Alicia Silverstone) and her husband Kyle (James Tupper) embark on a romantic getaway at an overwater bungalow in Vietnam. Their peaceful holiday turns nightmarish when a violent tropical storm hits, tearing their bungalow from its moorings and sending them adrift into the open sea. With Kyle severely injured and their situation growing dire, they must survive not only the elements but also the deadly presence of great white sharks. As Jaelyn battles these relentless predators, she faces a harrowing fight for survival.

The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil (Film) 

July 26

This South Korean action crime film tells the gripping story of an unexpected alliance between a vengeful crime boss, Jang Dong-soo (Ma Dong-seok), and a determined detective, Jung Tae-seok (Kim Mu-yeol). After surviving a brutal attack by a mysterious serial killer, Dong-soo finds himself compelled to team up with Tae-seok, who is eager to catch the culprit responsible for a string of murders. As they navigate a dangerous game of cat and mouse, their uneasy partnership is fraught with tension and conflicting motives, leading to a high-stakes pursuit in the shadowy world of crime and justice.

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