This episode marks the first of a two-part crossover event celebrating the classic Rudyard Kipling tale, The Jungle Book. We’ve brought in the guys from the Retro Rewind Podcast, Francisco Ruiz and Paul Powers, to talk about Jon Favreau’s 2016 live-action/CGI update of the 1967 animated Disney feature, and we’ll be covering the latter on Retro Rewind Podcast together as well.
This week the boys went back to the past, then went further.. We talked Solo: A Star Wars Story.
On this week’s episode, the Screen Addicts were inspired by the release of the origin/prequel Solo and run down a list of film characters that we would want to see a prequel backstory.
It’s that time! Time again for the TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL and to help get everyone in the mood (as if anyone needs to be in the mood for classic […]
In Episode 110, Aaron takes a break to continue Seattle International Film Festival coverage, so Patrick calls in a friend of the show who is well-versed in the movies of old, Francisco Ruiz from Retro Rewind Podcast. Big Trouble in Little China has become a cult classic and there is a lot of admiration present as the guys discuss John Carpenter’s famous fantasy-comedy-adventure.
On this very special Cinema Toast Crunchcast, we sit back and do our very first LIVE commentary. Make sure to sync up our commentary with The Star Wars Holiday Special, found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8MrPe6
On ep. 101, we go digging for some infinity stones, so that we can properly review this past weekend’s box office hit, Avengers: Infinity War. Spoilers are abound as we give our insights, favorite moments, surprising twists and our predictions for where the sequel may be taking us.
Ready for Player One talk? We couldn’t wait to see this, and then we saw it.. Listen in to hear our take.
Donnie Sturges hosts and Jonathan Moody and Alfred Cane co host this episode on Masters Of The Universe (the 1987 movie)
It’s time to enter the OASIS! This week we were so excited to drop our new episode that we bumped up the release date because we’ve been anxiously awaiting this film ever since it was announced.We’re talking Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s sci-fi novel, Ready Player One. We have a joyful conversation and also discuss some of the criticisms we’ve heard. Enjoy, gunters!
For the second week in a row, we tackle a new blockbuster action film, this one featuring heavy CGI work. We both love Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim, and a sequel with more giant robots punching giant monsters can’t possibly be messed up, right? We discuss our reactions to and (lack of) feelings for the fun but forgettable Pacific Rim Uprising. Also included are reviews of Wes Anderson’s new stop motion film, Isle of Dogs, and the 1971 Steven Spielberg thriller, Duel.