Sat, 30 September 2017
On The Weekly Podioplex, a sewer-dwelling clown was kicked to the curb by the Kingsmen. Both titles were clear winners this week, though time will tell if the Golden Circle will hold up to the legacy of the Secret Service. This week, both clown and Kingsman get a challenge from Tom Cruise: Drug Runner, a remake of Flatliners (mmmm, Bacon), a tale of domestic abuse, and a question of faith.
Home entertainment opens with another Transformers spectacle, a tale of sharks vs. oxygen, and the return of Spider-Man doing everything a spider can. Television ups the ante with some Shameless action, a little Longmire, a whole lot of Sleepy Hollow, a certain set of skills in Taken, and one of the most catchy, upbeat theme songs ever heard on The Greatest American Hero. Finish off the home entertainment slate with Flatliners and Space Camp, then cap off your podcasting journey with Denise and news of Han Solo, Overwatch tackling toxicity, Jordan Peele hunting Nazis, and more.
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Weekly Podioplex Notes for September 26, 2017
Opening Clip: American Made
#1 – Kingsman: The Golden Circle – [New Release]
#7 – Friend Request – [New Release]
Tops From the Past
2012 – Hotel Transylvania
Box Office Premieres
September 29, 2017: Wide
American Made – [R]
Flatliners – [PG-13]
Til Death Do Us Part – [PG-13]
A Question of Faith – [PG]
September 29, 2017: Limited
Judwaa 2 – [NR]
September 26, 2017: New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
Transformers: The Last Knight – [PG-13]
47 Meters Down – [PG-13]
September 26, 2017: New Releases on Digital Video
Spider-Man: Homecoming – [PG-13]
September 26, 2017: TV on DVD and Blu-Ray
Shameless: Season Seven (2017)
Longmire: Season Five (2016)
Taken: Season One (2016)
The Greatest American Hero: The Complete Series (1981-1983)
September 26, 2017: Blu-Rays From the Past
Flatliners (1990) – [R]
SpaceCamp (1986) – [PG]
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