We made it! Happy New Year folks! To celebrate Eddie & Lee count down the highs & lows. Jump on board and come along for the ride as they talk Drag Race, J.K. Rowling, ouija boards, Buffy Boys, Jordan Peele, Killing Eve, You, news years resolutions, & The Prodigy.
Shablam, they’re back at it again! This week Lee devours Shalini Boland’s The Other Daughter, Eddie may or may not have snuck into Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and they both judge whether it’s good or bad to judge others on their book choices.
Christmas is upon on Crime Time Listeners! Tune in for Eddie’s long-awaited take on Terminator Dark Fate (spoiler alert – they loved it!). Lee reviews The Sunday Times Bestseller The Rumour by Lesley Kara. Love small-town gossip, social media, and murder? This one’s for you. And worry not dear listeners, we have you covered for Christmas gift ideas… puzzles, Jackie Chan, book sets, and Frank & Co. Readers!
Welcome to Season 5 Episode 13 of the Crime Time Podcast! Today Lee & Eddie review Rohan Wilson’s 2019 dystopian thriller Daughter of Bad Times, Horror flick The Prodigy, and the film everyone is still talking about, Joker.
Stephen King, Andrew McGahan, and Nicci French walk into a bar…
Just kidding! We have no punchline for that joke but Eddie & Lee do rave about all three authors in the latest episode of Crime Time Podcast!
Among other things, Lee & Eddie review the film adaptation of Doctor Sleep, The Lying Room by couple writers, Nicci French (did we mention they’re actually a married couple?), and the one and only Andrew McGahan’s The Rich Man’s House!
Your fav podcast hosts also share their deepest subreddit mystery holes, what are yours?
Eddie was working in a bridal shop in Flushing, Queens, ’til this podcast came along and truly changed the world! Aside from never reading any books and obnoxiously interrupting anyone who has, Eddie’s many talents include: Never letting this Nanny joke go, killing it at karaoke (as in straight up murder for the ears), and just being generally handsome and wonderful. What’s that, you ask? What is the episode about? Oh, just some great books (think Gilly MacMillan & C.J. Tudor) and films (Stephen King’s 80’s masterpiece Christine) … but back to Eddie!
Oh snap! I guess Lee and Eddie are off to the movies again! That’s right, tuck a mini burrito in your jacket pocket, and sneak several fun-sized chocolate bars into your socks cause it’s time for IT: Chapter Two! Eddie finally read a book from this century and felt pretty good about it (and then obviously complained). And the two of them explore the idea of Pennywise as the embodiment of bigotry.
Too deep? Yeah, me too… Pocket burrito anyone?
In this absolutely brilliant episode of (your fave podcast) Crime Time, Lee crawls into the cinema for a terrifying encounter with an alligator, and Eddie really brings the mood down by talking about actual true crime. But don’t worry, Lee’s got your back with a great recommendation from their latest Netflix binge, and a question about what should go on the back of a book.
If you are a film student who thinks Eddie is stupid for not liking Donnie Darko that one time ten years ago, please send your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last episode, Lee opened the floodgates of Eddie’s inability to stick to genre. Welcome to the ultimate PRIDE AND PREJUDICE mashup! Is this the true crime? Probably.
Lee still wants Eddie to watch Killing Eve, but you know Eddie is still thinking about how to get Mr. Darcy sideburns and hasn’t heard a damn thing. Anyway, watch out for that creepy demon doll at a cinema near you!
What is the definition of suspense? Will Lee and Eddie solve it before time runs out? Will Lee ever stop talking about glass blowing? Will Eddie ever stop trying to get weird books on the show with really thin justification? Will this series of questions ever end? Maybe you will find out in this episode… or will you?
This episode, Lee is on the cutting edge of new and brilliant crime and mystery, with Joshilyn Jackson’s Never Have I Ever, and Eddie is back on their bullshit, reviewing World War I novels from the 90s.