In episode 10 we talk Point Break, argue over Keanu Reeves acting ability, crush on Swayze, take a look back at the career of one of our best modern writer/directors, talk about a unique brewery from California, and struggle to open a Funky Buddha bottle.
In episode 9 we discuss Cigar City Brewing's Tampa Lager, Matt's 30th birthday weekend at Gasparilla, Federico Fellini's 8 1/2, and Magic Hat Brewing's #9 not so pale ale.
This episode we discuss Margot Robbie's film I, Tonya and the award winning Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale by Lazy Magnolia. Also, we unveil our new intro, a slight tweak to the format, and a MUST FOLLOW social media account you don't want to miss.
In this special episode of the Crafthouse Cinema podcast we debut our new segment, "The Cold Open," reveal some big news about the future of the podcast, talk about the brewing company behind Devil's Milk, and dig into the career of iconic filmmaker Sidney Lumet and his final feature, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead.
This episode we will be talking about two American icons that endured countless, odd, and entertaining obstacles in order to become true cult classics; Anchor Steam Beer and Days of Thunder.
In this episode we talk about the date night vote and the favorite Netflix series of the Crafthouse Cinema Society, the 12 most rotten headlines of 2017, some India Pale Ales, Bloodsport, Spiceworld, and The Shape of Water -- plus, we play a blind taste test game where Kate has to identify which IPA is... Continue Reading →
In episode 4 we discuss the top 3 Stars Wars movies of all time according to members of the Crafthouse Cinema Society, the top Christmas movies of all time, and we play a bizarre movie facts game with our special guest Patrick Hilton!
On this episode we discuss the craft beer boom, the Disney-Fox deal and what it means for the future of Marvel, the Venom movie, our review of The Last Jedi, and the top 7 Star Wars debates.
In episode 2 we discuss the worst beer we've tasted and the best movie we've seen since starting the Crafthouse, plus Sam Adams founder Jim Koch's creepy past.