This week Garvis and Brett discuss the "Rock and roll fable" known as Streets of Fire. It's a film that is hard to categorize, but a lot of fun to watch. We also talk about things in the news, including the first awards season news, and new releases in theaters and on home video. The road to the 2018 Oscars starts here.
We finally made it! Episode 100! We take a look back at the last couple of years and talk a little behind the scenes stuff before finally settling in to discuss Charlie Chaplin's classic 1931 silent film, City Lights. All of this plus our new release news and farewells to Della Reese and David Cassidy.
We're taking a week off from our regular format to take a look at war movies for the Veterans Day holiday. Vrie joins Garvis2 and then Dee and Jeff give their thoughts on the subject. One think we all agree on is how thankful we are for the service of the men and women who have answered the call to keep our nation free. From all of us at Cinema Toast Crunch, Thank you for your service.
Fresh from the premiere night screening, Cinema Toast Crunch brings you a pretty much spoiler free review of Thor: Ragnarok. Since Brett, Garvis3 and Kayla were unavailable tonight, Vrie decided to join Garvis2 for this week. There's a quick rundown of new releases and talk about the movies we watched last week as well as the latest on the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the latest actors to get caught up in accusations of sexual harassment.