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Cinema Toast Crunch

A father and his son and daughter-in-law review a different film each week. Films range from classics to fringe titles of which you might not be aware. Plus a weekly look at new releases on Blu-ray and DVD as well as what's new in theaters.
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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 15, 2016

It's another listener suggestion this week as we sit down and watch The Car.  A classic drive in film from 1977 that the elder Garvis remembers watching on HBO as a teen.  The new release news covers the recent release of the remaining films in the Jaws franchise to Blu-ray as well as Finding Dory, Central Intelligence and 3 other films out in limited release.  All this and more in a jam packed extra long episode to help make your week a little more fun.  Oh and the gang is still trying to get the hang of the new mics.

Jun 9, 2016

This week the Cinema Toast Crunch crew discuss one of Kayla's favorite films, The Craft.  It's the story of four outsider girls dabbling in the dark arts.  What could possibly go wrong?  The younger Garvis discusses Norm of the North and Krampus and the elder Garvis talks about watching the last 15 minutes of I Spit On Your Grave (2010).  All of this and new release news for theaters and home video for less than the price of a penny gumball.  Do they even still sell penny gumballs?  Who knows, but we're still making podcasts and the enjoyment lasts longer and doesn't stick to the soles of your shoes.

Jun 3, 2016

This week the Cinema Toast Crunch crew take the Turing Test to see if Ex Machina is a good movie or just a robot going through the motions of trying to be a good movie.  The younger Garvis talks about Arthur and the Invisibles and the whole gang talks about the new releases on home video and in theaters including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Out of the Shadows and Pop Star.  Plus is the monthly special from Vinegar Syndrome one of the best deals in Blu-ray?  Garvis the elder seems to think so.

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