Dee is joined by special guest Ben, of Faklandia Brewing for Episode 2 of Apocalypse month. We chat about the different beers they brew before talking about This is the End.
We interview a viral horror icon, David Howard Thornton. His portrayal
of Art the Clown in Terrifier has set social media ablaze. We are so thrilled he took some time out of his busy schedule to talk about this buzz worthy movie.
Eric Hunter joins the crunchy crew as we wrap up our cube retrospective with Cube Zero. Will all of our questions finally be answered?
Halloween 2 “I Shot Him Six Times!” Starting our round of sequels is 1981’s Halloween 2, notable for starting the EXACT second the first one ends and finishing up Michael’s […]
Welcome to Season 2! This month we’ll be diving into The Apocalypse. We begin with I Am Legend, we play the horror version of “Would You Rather,” answer voicemail questions, and talk about upcoming horror films.
Joel Schumacher’s quintessential 80’s vampire movie flipped the script on the undead, turning the villains into heroes, and heroes into…well, weird comic book obsessed vampire hunters. Glamour, glitter, the first […]
For this week’s episode, NY Times Bestselling Author Marc Andreyko joins Eric Edwards to help educate Crunchcast host Mike Flinchum, in “gay terminology” via A Nightmare on Elm Street Pt 2: Freddy’s Revenge.
Ken Russell directs 1980’s Altered States, based on the novel by Paddy Chayefsky (who also wrote the screenplay – and then took his name off of it). This movie features […]
1994 saw Kenneth Branagh giving 110% to starring/directing Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – a thinking man’s version of the classic tale, somewhat faithfully adapted from the famous novel. Everything’s ramped up […]
Mike and Ricky dive into the sequel to a cult classic and then pander for money. Which is worse?
We’re Back! Well mostly, Beanie was still out for the week so we brought in Sara to pick up some slack.
This week we’re discussing the new horror thriller A Quiet Place a couple of weeks sooner than we planned after a surprise opening weekend in which it hauled in over $50 million. John Krasinski’s film is an intelligent, family-centered, emotionally-driven creature feature that is as great as it is unique. Joining us for this conversation is special first-time guest Patrick Willems, YouTube Video Creator and host of the We Heart Hartnett Podcast.