This week we ring out the old and ring in the new with something unique. Frank is the story of a group of musicians trying to record their first album. They are led by enigmatic frontman Frank who wears a huge fiberglass head all the time, on stage and off.
We also have new release news and finally get around to discussing what we've watched over the last couple of weeks.
Merry Christmas from the CTC crew as we take a look at some of our favorite holiday movies and specials.
This week CTC looks at the 1951 version of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. This version starring Alastair Sim as Scrooge is probably the most popular and well regarded version of this holiday classic. Also new release news and once again we forget to cover what we watched last week.
This week we check in to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and share our thoughts on this ensemble film that is a romance, a comedy, and a drama all rolled together with a cast that knows a thing or two about acting and have the awards and nominations to back them up. Heck two of them are officially Dames.
We also discuss the new releases in theaters and home video, catch up on awards news, and take a few minutes to thank Jan Gephardt for her help and kindness in trying to assist Garvis2 in replacing a piece of artwork he lost in the flood last year. Jan is heavily involved in the KaCSFFS (Kansas City Science Fiction and Fantasy Society) and they are having their annual holiday party on Saturday December 16, 2017. For more information visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/kacsffs and tell them Cinema Toast Crunch sent you.
This week we have a last minute substitution on our film as Brett had car trouble and couldn't make it. The new film we decided to look over was Ray Harryhausen's stop motion animation dinosaur film One Million Years B.C. starring a very buxom and barely covered Raquel Welch. In addition there's new release news, talk about Lavalantula, Art Trouble, Coco and Christmas movies.