Another early episode as we kicked off our months of Halloween films with Lamberto Bava's Demons from 1985. Garvis III remembered this one scaring him silly as a child and wanted to see if he was finally able to sit through the whole thing. It's a fun time as we kick off the scary season with an Italian horror classic.
Another blast from the past episode this time looking at Stardust, the romantic fantasy from the mind of Sandman scribe Neil Gaiman and the director of Kick Ass, Matthew Vaughn.
Another older episode for your listening pleasure. This time it's a film that has shown up on many people's list of the worst films of all time, Alone in the Dark. You know you're looking at a turkey when they cast Tara Reid as a brilliant scientist. Enjoy this episode available on Libsyn for the first time.
Our first post flood show features the elder Garvis and Shawn discussing The Final Girls from 2015. This horror comedy homage to slasher films like Friday the 13th was a late choice to kick off the return after Garvis had to track down a copy after hearing the guys at Horror Movie Podcast rave about it. Will Shawn share his enthusiasm for the film? Tune in to find out. Also new release news looks at a new version of a zombie classic on Blu-ray and another promising release from Arrow. Theatrically they discuss the new Star Trek and Ice Age sequels as well as the hotly anticipated horror film Lights Out.
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The recent flooding in West Virginia has been
devastating in terms of property damage and lives
The Reeds, your hosts of the Cinema Toast Crunch
podcast, had their home flooded as well. Fortunately
all of the family are safe, but it is hard to get out a
podcast episode when there has been 18 inches of
water in the your podcasting space.
Garvis asked me to record this message and let you
know that it may be a few weeks before their home
life gets back to normal and they can resume the
movie news and reviews that we all look forward to
Also, Garvis didn't tell me to say this, but I am sure
they could use some support in setting back up their
podcasting operations. I know you enjoy the show as
much as I do, so contact them and see if you can
help a little. Donations of equipment, like mics, stands, mixers,
etc would really help. Now I wish to say again, that I
was not asked to say this, but it is good when we can
help others in need.
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On behalf of the Cinema Toast Crunch crew, I thank
you for listening and I know you are looking forward
to hearing more entertaining movie reviews in the
future, as only Garvis, Garvis and Kayla can do it.
After a week's delay due to the recording studio (aka my home) being flooded out with 18 inches of water, the Cinema Toast Crunch crew is proud to share their thoughts on What's Up Doc?. The new release news may be slightly out of date, but blame Mother Nature on that one.