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Friday, November 21st, 2014 | Author: Casey Criswell

Winter has gripped the midwest rather early this year and guess what…it sucks! So what does any couple with questionable taste in movies do in such a situation? They head to summer camp, of course! Summer Camp with Reggie Bannister no less!

This week, Casey and Colleen are heading to “Bloody Bloody Bible Camp” with Reggie and Gi Gi Bannister and Ron Jeremy! It’s a low budget splatter fiesta that packs bloody decent entertainment!

Would you like to help out the show? Your iTunes reviews and ratings help out more than anything! You can also reach out and say hi! We’ve had some great feed back so far, but we’re always open for more! To do so, you can send us email at cinemafromage@gmail.com, or you can hit up Casey and Colleen over on twitter!

Until next time, enjoy the episode and remember to keep your cheese refrigerated!

Friday, November 14th, 2014 | Author: Casey Criswell

It’s Friday, that means it’s time for an all new episode of the Cinema Fromage podcast! Since Winter has arrived early this year, Casey and Colleen figured what better time to head out to the old swimming hole for some sun, fun and toxic zombie beavers? There’s never a bad season for toxic zombie beavers!

All the same, this is an exciting episode as with a title like “Zombeavers”, this is a movie in the true spirit of Cinema Fromage. So sit back, grab some sunscreen and a beer or three and enjoy our new episode!

Would you like to help out the show? Your iTunes reviews and ratings help out more than anything! You can also reach out and say hi! We’ve had some great feed back so far, but we’re always open for more! To do so, you can send us email at cinemafromage@gmail.com, or you can hit up Casey and Colleen over on twitter!

Until next time, enjoy the episode and remember to keep your cheese refrigerated!

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Friday, November 07th, 2014 | Author: Casey Criswell

Colleen and I heard a lot of buzz around “The Houses October Built”, to which we honestly ignored at first. But the comments kept coming in, so we tracked down the trailer. Let me tell you; “Houses” has a fantastic trailer! We found it pretty chilling and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have dreams last night about that porcelain girl doing her freaky scream in the RV.

The big question is, does “Houses October Built” live up to the hype and the excellent trailer? Well I can tell you now…I’m not going to tell you here! No, you’re going to have to tune in to the scintillating second episode of The Cinema Fromage Podcast to find out!

Luckily for you, you have a few ways to do just that. You can head over to Podomatic and give us a listen if you’d like, or you can tune in on the nifty web player embedded below! And now, unlike our first episode, you can find us on iTunes! So be sure to head over there and subscribe so you never miss out on an exciting episode!

As always, we love to hear your feedback! We’ve already gotten some great feedback from our first episode! Thanks for that. It makes us feel kind of special. If you would like to get in touch with us, feel free to email us at CinemaFromage@gmail.com. You can also reach us on twitter! Casey can be found here and Colleen can be found here!

So until next time, we thank you for listening to Cinema Fromage! And always remember, We Watch Crap, So You Don’t Have To.

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Friday, October 31st, 2014 | Author: Casey Criswell

After a long, long, loooong time away, Cinema Fromage is back in an all new way! That’s right, my lovely wife and I have teamed up once again to bring our old Midnight Muenster podcast back from the dead! Only this time, we’re calling it Cinema Fromage in the spirit of the films we plan to cover. That’s right, our new show will be dedicated to all things cheesy as we dive into the depths of B-Movie and direct to video horror!

In our first episode, we decided to revisit one of Colleen’s favorite horror movie icons, Robert Englund. He’s back in a new film called The Last Showing and we’re here to tell you all about it!

Enjoy our first episode, we’ll be following up with new ones soon! If you’d care to share your feedback, movie suggestions or just say hi, feel free to email us at ccriswell@gmail.com! You can also find Colleen on twitter here or Casey on twitter here if you’d prefer that route! Either way, we’d love to hear from you!

Without further adieu, you can check out Cinema Fromage Episode 1, over on Podomatic or on iTunes!

Cinema Fromage Episode 1 – “The Last Showing” on Podomatic

Cinema Fromage is now on itunes! Be sure to subscribe here!

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Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 | Author: Casey Criswell

This week, I’m sitting in on the Damaged Viewing Podcast with Louis Fowler!

This time around, Louis and I dove into a bit of early 90′s nostalgia with “Pet Sematary Two”, and it was fun. Sleepy fun, as Louis states, but fun all the same!

“It’s been what? Twenty-five or thirty episodes since we’ve had our good friend Casey Criswell on? Well, to quote a very popular commercial for Picante sause, that’s too long. So, for this episode of DAMAGED Viewing, Louis weclomes back the host of the Dad and his Weird Friends Podcast for a sleepy discussion of the oft-forgotten, mostly-ignored Stephen King sequel PET SEMATARY TWO, starring Edward Furlong, a zombie dog and the requisite chubby kid. And you can’t forget Clancy Brown, having more fun that anyone else. ”

Hop on over to Podomatic and give it a listen!

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Friday, August 10th, 2012 | Author: Casey Criswell

We’re back once again over here at the Weird Friends podcast with a whole new episode! This time around, we go with some fairly light horror fare with Chuck Wendig’s “Double Dead”!

This book was a pleasant surprise for myself. I have a good friend that I’ve traded books back and forth with for years. Said friend, Ak, hit me up awhile back with an article on Chuck Wending stating that he had been hearing quite a bit of buzz on him and the plots of his existing books grabbed me fairly quick! I’ve read a lot of zombie novels here as of late and while I do enjoy them, they tend to get a bit too heavy and in some cases, a bit too repetitive. Wendig’s version of the undead apocalypse was a nice change of pace that moved quick and wasn’t too heavy with ennui, melancholy, and stoic rambling.

Wending has some other books that look really good too, Blackbirds and Mockingbird. Both of these have catapulted up to the top of my to-read pile after reading “Double Dead”, so should be cool!

As always, the Dad and his Weird Friends show can be found on Bloody Good Horror Feed and iTunes! Give us a listen, let us know what you think! Feedback is welcome and encouraged, send your missives to casey@bloodygoodhorror.com!

Finally, come join us in the Dad and his Weird Friends Book Club on Facebook! We like to talk about books and if that’s your thing, we’d love to have you with us. It’s been a bit slow here lately, but that’s because we don’t have you there to help spice things up!

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