Another early episode brought to light as the Cinema Toast Crunch crew watch Bobcat Goldthwait's very dark and very funny God Bless America.
Another blast from the past as the Cinema Toast Crunch crew had their first wild card week and decided to do a double feature Bigfoot extravaganza. Exists from Eduardo Sanchez kicks off the show with its tale of a group of friends trapped in a hunting cabin by something in the woods. After that it's time for Bobcat Goldthwait's detour from comedy with his found footage horror tale of a young couple shooting a Bigfoot documentary on the famed Patterson Gimlin site that run into more than they expected.
This week the Cinema Toast Crunch crew watch and discuss the 1982 remake of Cat People starring Nastassja Kinski and Malcolm McDowell. Will they feel it's a purr-fect treat or that it belongs in the litter box? In addition to the regular new release news for home video and theaters, the younger Garvis and Kayla talk about Zoombies and The Peanuts Movie.
It's another listener request as the Cinema Toast Crunch crew watch David Lynch's version of Frank Herbert's Dune. Will the film be a cool drink of water or a sand worm infested slog through the desert? The crew also discusses new releases and a few videos they watched recently. The elder Garvis talks about Central State and What We Do In The Shadows while Garvis, the son, and Kayla discuss Mockingjay Pt 2 and Fox's first attempt at the Fantastic Four franchise from 2005.
Lions and... well, just lions. Oh my! This week the Cinema Toast Crunch crew feasts on the lions versus tourists extravaganza, Prey. Will it be a tasty treat or the cause of some severe gastric distress? There's also the new release news you've come to expect and some discussion of Journey 2 The Mysterious Island, Blood Sombrero, and Captain America: Civil War.
Sometimes you have a pretty good idea of what you're getting into when you watch a film... and then there's Helldriver. This week the CTC crew try to make sense out of Yoshihiro Nishimura's Helldriver without the use of mind altering aids. There's also our usual coverage of new releases on home video and in theaters, and Garvis 3 and Kayla discuss The Visit and the recent Fantastic Four reboot which they watched on DVD last week.
A special retro edition for May The 4th. In a show from Thanksgiving of 2015 the CTC crew awaits the launch of Star Wars The Force Awakens by watching a selection of Star Wars shorts. Starting with Hardware Wars and running through Troops, Pitching Lucas, George Lucas In Love, American Jedi, and R2D2 Beneath The Dome, the crew watches and discusses a variety of the best Star Wars shorts the Internet and Garvis' DVD collection have to offer.