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NOTE: With apologies to Michael and Denise, here is a much delayed episode of The Weekly Podioplex.

 

On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, it's the last show of the month, and a surprising (yet fitting) champion has emerged with Boo! A Madea Halloween. It's not certain how long Madea will hold the crown since Jack Reacher wasn't far behind, and there's a conspiracy on the horizon with Robert Langdon and his adventures in Inferno.

 

In home entertainment, we go on a Hunt for the Wilderpeople, find Dory on digital, race Nash Bridges on the television front, and head off to Neverland in a hi-def look back to 1991. It's a short slate, but it ends in top fashion as Denise brings you the news in the Quick Flicks, putting the wrap on this installment of The Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 25, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Inferno


Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – Boo! A Madea Halloween – [New Release]
#2 – Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – [New Release]
#3 – Ouija: Origin of Evil – [New Release]
#4 – The Accountant – [-3]
#5 – The Girl on the Train – [-3]
#6 – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – [-2]

#7 – Keeping Up With the Joneses – [New Release]
#8 – Kevin Hart: What Now? – [-5]
#9 – Storks – [-3]
#10 – Deepwater Horizon – [-5]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – Puss in Boots
2006 – Saw III
1996 – Sleepers
1986 – Crocodile Dundee
1976 – Burnt Offerings

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of October 28th, 2016

Wide

Inferno – [PG-13]

 

Limited

The Eagle Huntress – [G]
Gimme Danger – [R]

 

Home Entertainment for the week of October 25th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Hunt for the Wilderpeople – [PG-13]

Skiptrace – [PG-13]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

Finding Dory – [PG]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Nash Bridges: The Complete Series (1996-2001)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

Hook (1991) – [PG]

 

 

Podcast Promos

 

Generations Geek

Generations Geek is a family-friendly celebration of geekdom by a father/daughter crime-fighting duo. Okay, perhaps they don’t fight crime, but they are two generations of geek. In every monthly episode they talk about stuff like books, movies, comics, games, and any other geeky thing they think of.

 

 

Quick Flicks

 

Trailer for Logan
Letitia Wright joins Black Panther
Avengers: Infinity War to feature Illuminati characters
Aquaman to be a "swashbuckling" adventure
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story runtime
Godzilla sequel
Red Dead Redemption 2

 

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With the World Series almost upon us, we thought we’d give you a tale of baseball that culminates at the World Series.  “The Lux Radio Theater” brought listeners abridged versions of popular films of the day.  This time it’s “It Happens Every Spring,” with Ray Miland reprising the role he created in the 1949 film of the same name.  Miland plays a mild-mannered college professor who stumbles up on wood repellent.  When secretly applied to baseballs, it makes him a pitcher that no one can hit.  Play ball!

The Lux Radio Theater

“It Happens Every Spring”

October 3, 1949

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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, we're moving into October's back half with a win from The Accountant as it leads the stunning stage bow for Kevin Hart and the stumbling Max Steel. Next week will be action-on-action action as Jack Reacher returns to the silver screen and challenges Affleck for the crown.

 

In home entertainment, Jeff Goldblum and company return to save Earth in Independence Day: Resurgence, while Alice Through the Looking Glass debuts on digtial. In the television department, Bates Motel and Teen Wolf escort the powerhouse Downton Abbey to disc, and to round out the list, we get creepy dolls and creepier serial killers in the return of Child's Play.

 

Cap it all off with Denise and the Quick Flicks, and you have the newest installment of The Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 18, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – The Accountant – [New Release]
#2 – The Girl on the Train – [-1]
#3 – Kevin Hart: What Now? – [New Release]
#4 – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – [-2]
#5 – Deepwater Horizon – [-2]
#6 – Storks – [-1]

#7 – The Magnificent Seven – [-3]
#8 – Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life – [-1]
#9 – Sully – [-1]
#10 – The Birth of a Nation – [-4]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – Paranormal Activity 3
2006 – The Prestige
1996 – Sleepers
1986 – Crocodile Dundee
1976 – Marathon Man
 

Box Office Premieres for the week of October 21st, 2016

Wide

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – [PG-13]

Ouija: Origin of Evil – [PG-13]

Keeping Up with the Joneses – [PG-13]

Boo! A Madea Halloween – [PG-13]

 

Limited

American Pastoral – [R]
31 – [R]
Moonlight – [R]
We Are X – [R]
The Handmaiden – [NR]
I’m Not Ashamed – [PG-13]
 

Home Entertainment for the week of October 18th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Independence Day: Resurgence – [PG-13]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

Alice Through the Looking Glass – [PG]

Bad Moms – [R]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Downton Abbey: The Complete Series (2010-2015)
Teen Wolf: Season Five, Part Two (2016)
Bates Motel: Season Four (2015)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

The Laughing Policeman (1973) – [R]

Child’s Play (1988) – [R]

 

 

Podcast Promos

 

Star Wars Stacks
The Star Wars Stacks is a Star Wars Expanded Universe Bookclub. Once a month, we get together to discuss a different novel from the Star Wars EU.

 

Quick Flicks

 

Final Rogue One: A Star Wars Story trailer
Doctor Strange, the Ancient One, and Rachel McAdams
Don Quixote tilts toward the silver screen
War of the Worlds heads to MTV
The Ghost in the Shell returns to theaters in the UK

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Episode 38, Star Trek Beyond

Scott Pearson and his daughter discuss the latest Star Trek movie in the Kelvinverse established by J.J. Abrams. Is the third time the charm? 

 

Segments

Intro :28

Star Trek (2009) recap :49

Star Trek Into Darkness recap 3:06

Star Trek Beyond 8:17

Three Years Gone 10:44

Mopey Kirk 11:22

Plot Echoes 12:50

Yorktown? More Like Crazytown 13:14

A Tale of Two Sulus 14:00

Subtle Husband and Daughter 15:47

Spock and Uhuru…On a Break? 18:16

When Good Rescues Go Bad 18:45

Jaylah! Jaylah! Jaylah! 20:50

Carol Marcus? No, Thanks 21:45

Spock and Uhura Up in a Tree 22:55

A Motorcycle on a Spaceship? 24:43

Shout Out to the NX-01 25:34

The Big Bad Guy 26:02

Hiding Things in Your Head 27:18

Jaylah and Scotty NOT in a Tree 28:50

Subtle Husband on the Bridge 29:50

Crazytown Chase Scene 31:18

More on the Big Bad Guy 32:24

Bad Guys: Redeemable or Not 33:34

Of Borg and Puppies 36:51

Final Scenes 38:32

Fans’ Hearts Breaking 39:15

A Trek for 2016 41:28

Beyond Star Trek Beyond 44:00

Star Trek Discovery 44:33

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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, we're haunting the station as The Girl on the Train arrives on time despite a poor reception, solidly beating the rest of the newcomers. She faces some steep competition from The Accountant, Max Steel, and Kevin Hart and we enter the middle of the month.

In home entertainment, the Ghostbusters and Krampus take advantage of the season in a bid for your shelves, along with the Ice Age crew and Tarzan. If digital is more your speed, Batman and Robin dust off the cowl and tights for another amazing adventure. Meanwhile, TV on DVD goes retro with a handful of blasts from the past to accompany Hannibal, Mike & Molly, and The Good Witch. To wrap things up, a Stephen King classic brings the scares from the past on Blu-Ray.

Finally, Denise wraps things up with the Quick Flicks, putting the stake in this installment of The Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 11, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: The Accountant

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – The Girl on the Train – [New Release]
#2 – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – [-1]
#3 – Deepwater Horizon – [-1]
#4 – The Magnificent Seven – [-1]
#5 – Storks – [-1]
#6 – The Birth of a Nation – [New Release]

#7 – Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life – [New Release]
#8 – Sully – [-3]
#9 – Masterminds – [-3]
#10 – Queen of Katwe – [-3]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – Real Steel
2006 – The Grudge 2
1996 – The Ghost and the Darkness
1986 – Crocodile Dundee
1976 – Marathon Man

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of October 14th, 2016

Wide

The Accountant – [R]

Kevin Hart: What Now? – [R]

Max Steel – [PG-13]

 

Limited

Desierto – [R]
Certain Women – [R]
Priceless – [PG-13]
Miss Hokusai – [PG-13]

 

Home Entertainment for the week of October 11th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Ghostbusters – [PG-13]

Krampus – [PG-13]

Ice Age: Collision Course – [PG]

The Legend of Tarzan – [PG-13]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders – [PG]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Mike & Molly: Season Six (2015)
Mike & Molly: The Complete Series (2010-2016)
The Good Witch: Season Two (2016)
Hannibal: The Complete Series (2013-2015)
Knight Rider: The Complete Series (1982-1986)
Kolchak: The Night Stalker: The Complete Series (1974-1975)
Sliders: The Complete Series (1995-2000)
Miami Vice: The Complete Series (1984-1990)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

Carrie (1976) – [R]

 

Podcast Promos

 

The Batcave Podcast

The Batcave Podcast is an Internet show that takes a look at each and every episode of the 60s Batman television series. Host John S. Drew celebrates the great and looks to see where the show went wrong as it slid into oblivion in its third and final season with a different guest host each week. In the end, John is attempting to justify his love for this series, not to the listener, but to himself. Join him on this long, strange trip.

 

Quick Flicks

 

The new Doctor Strange TV spot
The Defenders
The Punisher
Iron Fist
Luke Cage soundtrack

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Planning on catching The Return of the Caped Crusaders this Monday?  Well, take a listen to our discussion with Burt Ward about the making of it.

 

He's one half of the Dynamic Duo.  He's known as the Boy Wonder.  In addition, he's also the Canine Crusader.  Burt Ward joins John and Dan Greenfield of 13th Dimension in the Batcave to discuss his time as Robin, his love for dogs and the steps he's gone to rescue as many canines as possible, and the upcoming The Return of the Caped Crusaders direct to DVD animated feature.  

 

 

 

 

Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions is the largest giant breed dog rescue in the world.  Located on a sprawling estate just one hour east of Los Angeles in Riverside County, California, Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions, Inc. is a California non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation, and is the charity of Burt and Tracy Ward.  

Burt, who gained fame as the Batman’s sidekick “Robin, the Boy Wonder” in the 1960’s television series and in subsequent film and television roles, has built a luxurious home for the more than 14,600 Gentle Giants and Little Giants that he and Tracy have rescued and adopted during the last 19 years.

There is always a wide selection of Gentle Giants, including Great Danes, Borzoi, English Mastiffs, Greyhounds,Irish Wolfhound combinations, Neopolitan Mastiffs, Fila Brasileiro, Bullmastiffs, Spanish Mastiffs, American Mastiffs, Adronicus Mastiffs, South African Boerboel Mastiffs, Dogue de Bordeaux French Mastiffs, Saint Bernards, Great Pyrenees, Newfoundlands, Sasquatch, Leonbergers and other Large Lap Dogs as well as many Little Giant breeds, including Whippets, Silken Windhounds, Italian Greyhounds, Peruvian Inca Orchid, Xoloitzcuintle, Shelties, and Chinese Crested available for adoption at Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions.  

The population of these Gentle Giants and Little Giants constantly changes each day as more are adopted and more are rescued from shelters and arrive from homes where their owners can no longer keep them, usually because of hardship or drastic changes in their lives due to divorce, illness, bankruptcy, job moves, military duty, etc.  

These dogs are incredibly beautiful and perfect family members who have been dearly loved, but now are in need of qualified new homes where they will again be loved, cherished and safe.  Burt and Tracy always have a large number of Gentle Giants and Little Giants of every size, age, color, and personality available for adoption.

There are too many Gentle Giant and Little Giant breeds at Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions to be listed individually.  At any given time, there may be puppies available, but there is always a variety of youthful and mature Gentle Giants and Little Giants, male and female, in every official and unofficial color.  

If you are interested in adopting a Gentle Giant or a Little Giant, please complete our Online Adoption Application at the following link: "Adoption Information and Application."

We will review your application and respond to you usually within 48 hours to discuss your application and to set up your appointment to adopt.

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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, we get peculiar as Miss Peregrine and her wards find box office gold with Deepwater Horizon running close behind. They face a challenge from another movie with kids as Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life joins The Girl on the Train and The Birth of a Nation to compete for number one.

 

In home entertainment, the X-Men face Apocalypse, the Sharknado tries for a fourth time, and Star Trek goes beyond to digital. Preacher and Constantine lead a thrilling set as TV goes spooky, and Harry Potter and Gremlins take over with returning releases from the past. Add in your weekly news with Denise and the Quick Flicks, and we have a warm welcome to October on The Weekly Podioplex, exclusively on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 4, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – [New Release]
#2 – Deepwater Horizon – [New Release]
#3 – The Magnificent Seven – [-2]
#4 – Storks – [-2]
#5 – Sully – [-2]
#6 – Masterminds – [New Release]

#7 – Queen of Katwe – [+15]
#8 – Don’t Breathe – [-1]
#9 – Bridget Jones’s Baby – [-5]
#10 – Snowden – [-5]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – Real Steel
2006 – The Departed
1996 – The First Wives Club
1986 – Crocodile Dundee
1976 – The Front

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of October 7th, 2016

Wide

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life – [PG]

The Girl on the Train – [R]

The Birth of a Nation – [R] 

 

Limited

The Greasy Strangler – [NR]

 

Home Entertainment for the week of October 4th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

X-Men: Apocalypse – [PG-13]

The Purge: Election Year – [R]

Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens – [TV-14]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

Star Trek Beyond – [PG-13]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Preacher: Season One (2016)
American Horror Story: Season Five – “Hotel” (2015)
Constantine: The Complete Series (2014)
Penny Dreadful: Season Three (2015)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

 

Harry Potter Collection

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001) – [PG]
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) – [PG]
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) – [PG]
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) – [PG]
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) – [PG-13]
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) – [PG]
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010) – [PG-13]
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) – [PG-13]

 

The Gremlins Collection

Gremlins (1984) – [PG]
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) – [PG-13]

 

Podcast Promos

 

The Hollywood Outsider

The Hollywood Outsider Podcast is four guys who love the same things you do - Entertainment. Not always PC, but always entertaining, our Podcast is for people who LOVE movies & TV.

 

 

Quick Flicks

 

Animated Indiana Jones fan film
Murder on the Orient Express
Wonder Woman's orientation
A Thomas Edison movie (and not Telsa!?)
Those creepy clown sightings and what they're not promoting

 

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"PROGRAMMED FOR DEATH"

AIRED: SEPTEMBER 23, 2016

 

A group of underworld leaders are planning something big and it's up to the Hornet and Kato to stop it.  The two are drawn into the group's scheme when a Sentinel reporter is killed by a leopard in the Sentinel newsroom.

John and Jim are at odds with how good this episode is.  Jim feels it shows the program's true potential by showing off such high concepts, but John is not as impressed.  Let us know what you think of the episode by writing us here or at thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com.

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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, there can only be seven as the remake of the classic Magnificent Seven rustles up box office gold. Quick on their heels is a special delivery from Storks, and the match is set for this week's winners and the newcomers, Miss Peregrine, Deepwater Horizon, and some Masterminds. It's a regular showdown in September.

 

Moving to home entertainment, quite a few lower end summer performers are coming to disc, and digital video showcases a preview of coming attractions with Ghostbusters and Independence Day: Resurgence. TV on DVD comes to the table with Grimm, Reign, and Ripper Street, and the classics on Blu-Ray proclaim that there can only be one. Not seven, but one, as Highlander reaches its thirtieth anniversary.

 

Add in your weekly news with Denise and the Quick Flicks, and you have a brand new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, exclusively on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for September 27, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – The Magnificent Seven – [New Release]
#2 – Storks – [New Release]
#3 – Sully – [-2]
#4 – Bridget Jones’s Baby – [-1]
#5 – Snowden – [-1]
#6 – Blair Witch – [-4]

#7 – Don’t Breathe – [-2]
#8 – Suicide Squad – [-1]
#9 – When the Bough Breaks – [-3]
#10 – Kubo and the Two Strings – [-1]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – Dolphin Tale
2006 – Open Season
1996 – The First Wives Club
1986 – Crocodile Dundee
1976 – The Front

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of September 30th, 2016

Wide

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – [PG-13]

Deepwater Horizon – [PG-13]

Masterminds – [PG-13]

 

Limited

American Honey – [R]
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story – [NR]

Denial – [PG-13]

A Man Called Ove – [PG-13]

Danny Says – [NR]

Home Entertainment for the week of September 27th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Warcraft – [PG-13]

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates – [R]

Central Intelligence – [PG-13]

The Shallows – [PG-13]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

Ghostbusters – [PG-13]

Independence Day: Resurgence – [PG-13]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Ripper Street: Season Four (2015)
Grimm: Season Five (2015)
Reign: Season Three (2015)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

Highlander (1986) – [R]

 

Podcast Promos

 

Tuning in to SciFi TV

Tuning in to SciFi TV is the genre fan's weekly guide to science fiction and fantasy television. Think of us as the viewer’s digest, tour guides or sherpas for the genre rather than critics. We’ll always share our honest opinions but we also plan to keep things fun.

 

Quick Flicks

 

Magnum P.I. to get a sequel series
Assassin's Creed, the Animus, and authenticity
The WB thinks DC's movies can be improved
Basis for The Dark Tower

 

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