This week Garvis 2 and Brett talk about arguably one of the best zombie films of the last decade, Train To Busan. It's a Korean zombie film on a fast moving train with fast moving zombies. In addition we talk about new releases in theaters and on home video. We also take a few minutes to discuss our favorite home video distributors and the genius of Charlie Chaplin.
This week Brett and Garvis 2 take a look at the black comedy satire of Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb. Garvis 2 talks about the films he watched while he was sick and they discuss the new releases coming to home video and hitting theaters this week.
It's another listener request on Cinema Toast Crunch this week, and the first episode without Garvis 2. This time Garvis 3, Brett and Kayla discuss the police drama End of Watch in one of the shortest episodes in recent times, but still manage to squeeze in new release news for theaters and home videos. Oh and for the record since Garvis 2 wasn't there to straighten his son out, Angus Scrimm, the Tall Man from Phantasm passed away and the new film was Phantasm Ravager which hit Blu-ray last Christmas.
This week Garvis 2 and Brett welcome coaster enthusiast Bob Redman to discuss 1977's Rollercoaster starring George Segal. There's plenty of roller coaster and amusement park knowledge to be had as Bob is a member of ACE and has ridden over 400 different coasters.
The CTC crew offers our deepest sympathies over the loss this week of Robert Osborne and talk about how he touched our lives and made watching films more enjoyable.
There's also new release news and Garvis 2 discusses watching Two Arabian Knights as he tried to get his breathing back in order.
This week it's a listener request as the Cinema Toast Crunch crew examines the classic kung fu comedy as seen through the filter of a Looney Tunes cartoon, Kung Fu Hustle.
Brett gives his Oscar wrap up and we discuss new releases in theatres and on home video as well as a discussion of Logan.