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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: October, 2019
Oct 29, 2019

This week we close out our Halloween horrors month with 2005's monsters in the underground cave saga, The Cave.  We also discuss what's new in theaters and on home video and who we lost in the industry this last week which leads to a discussion of Days of Our Lives.

Oct 24, 2019

Here's a little something extra for your trick or treat pail, a bonus episode of Creatures From The Features discussing Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula in the 1931 Universal classic.  Enjoy!  Also thanks to Mattia Capelli for the CFTF theme music.

Oct 24, 2019

Our month of Halloween horror continues this week with Michael Dougherty's Trick R Treat.  Also new release news and a tribute to Elijah Cummings and Bill Macy.

Oct 16, 2019

Our next entry in the annual Halloween Horror marathon is a lesser known cult classic, Pontypool.  The whole crew is here for pre-show, but Garvis 3 and Kayla leave Brett and Garvis 2 to discuss the word virus zombie siege of Bruce McDonald's film.  Plus new releases and a tribute to Robert Forster.

 

 

Oct 13, 2019

This time the CTC crew examines the 1960 French shocker, Eyes Without A Face in a bonus episode for our Halloween Horrors month.  Plus Brett discusses Joker, the origin film for comics' most famous villain.

Oct 12, 2019

This week we have a listener request, Possum, which she described as being really bad and the worst.  But is it?  Or is Possum a very effective symbolic nightmare transferred to film?  We watch and discuss.  Also a tribute to Rip Taylor and Diahann Carroll and new release news.

Oct 8, 2019

Okay this was supposed to be episode 189 Hereditary, but a batch of squealing kittens that had been abandoned by their momma demanded some bottle feeding instead.  Here's Brett's comments on several new releases and recently reviewed films as a companion piece to episode 188.  Enjoy.

Oct 6, 2019

It's October and that means it's time to kick off our month of Halloween horror treats.  Kicking us off is John Carpenter's classic The Thing.  Based on the short story Who Goes There and the original movie The Thing From Another World, this one amps up the gore and the violence in a move that polarized audiences back in 1982.  Also new release news.

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