A movie can be like a bowl of cereal; CRUNCHY or SOGGY
The hosts of CINEMA TOAST CRUNCHCAST, Mike and Ricky, watch some of the best and worst cult classics and decide which it is.
Sit back and enjoy as our hosts welcome guests for interviews, reviews and retrospectives of some of Hollywood’s crunchiest/soggiest movies around!
Adam Marcus joins the crunchy crew to take a look at the not so celebrated nightmare sequel, Freddy’s Dead.
It’s a BOY! In part 5 of the nightmare retro we have returning guest Jason Dill. We look at what is called the final chapter int the dream trilogy, and […]
Who says you need a script to make a fun 80’s horror movie? We’re joined by Kenley Eaglestone, a Chicago-based writer, comedian, and self-proclaimed lesbian-femme-queen, discuss everything Dream Master.
The new Halloween movie trailer dropped today and host Ricky has some thoughts…
We’re so glad to be talking with Andras Jones aka Rick from A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and the fantastic podcast RADIO 8 BALL SHOW where they answer questions by picking songs at random and interpreting the randomly cho
Eric Edwards is back again as we try to roll a saves vs magic against the third installment of our Nightmare retro, Part 3: Dream Warriors. Big Hair, Big Dreams, Big Deaths!
Eric Hunter joins the crunchy crew as we wrap up our cube retrospective with Cube Zero. Will all of our questions finally be answered?
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
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.
Mike and Ricky dive into the sequel to a cult classic and then pander for money. Which is worse?
We embark on another retrospective movie quest. This time we are looking for nightmares. WE are deep diving into the movies starring the crispy king of dreamland, Freddy Krueger! That’s right, A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Ron Bonk is a producer and writer, known for Clay (2007), Night of Something Strange (2016) Strawberry Estates (2001) and She Kills 2016. He was born in Cicero N.Y. and attended Cicero, North Syracuse H.S.