Sat, 4 February 2017
It's the end of January on an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, and while we wonder where the month has gone, the box office newbies were Split across the board. As he continues to seek redemption from moviegoers, M. Night Shyamalan has some contenders this week with The Space Between Us and Ring
s. Yes, it's another visit to the short film about a girl who crawls out of well on a weekly basis to kill. We can empathize. Except for the crawling out a well. And the killing. So, basically with the weekly basis bit.
Anyway, in home entertainment, Jack Reacher doesn't listen to his titles, Madea says boo, Disney crowns the Queen of Katwe, and Arrival arrives on digital. Television titles welcome Penny Dreadful, Queen Victoria, and the return of two classic sci-fi favorites. Add in the boy without strings on a new blu-ray for a nice finish to the month.
What? You want more? Denise has just the thing with Marvel meet-ups and Star Wars stories, bringing January to fantastic finale on The Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.
Weekly Podioplex Notes for January 31st, 2017
Opening Clip: The Space Between Us
Box Office Report
#1 – Split – [Second Week]
#7 – Sing – [-3]
Tops From the Past
2012 – Chronicle
Box Office Premieres for the week of February 3rd, 2017
The Space Between Us – [PG-13]
Rings – [PG-13]
Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back – [PG-13]
Home Entertainment for the week of January 31st, 2017
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – [PG-13]
Boo! A Madea Halloween – [PG-13]
Queen of Katwe – [PG]
New Releases on Digital Video
Arrival – [PG-13]
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray
Penny Dreadful: The Complete Series (2014-2016)
Blu-Rays From the Past
Pinocchio (1940) – [G]
The Quantum Leap Podcast
The Quantum Leap Podcast is a Barren Space Production with the purpose of exploring the Quantum Leap Universe episode by episode. This podcast will cover all five seasons of one of the best television shows of all time by delving into all 96 episodes one by one and not spoiling upcoming plot points so first timers can follow along. We will be doing approximately two shows per month taking about three years. We will dissect each and every show looking for the meanings morals and lessons we can learn while keeping track of the overall arc of the show.
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