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
Hoo boy! Eddie has been waiting to watch the IT Part Two trailer just for you guys! Will IT live up to the hype? Will IT be too scary for Eddie to survive? Hard to say, you’d better tune in! And while you’re here we’ve got some great recommendations for your bookshelves! Lee’s keeping that contemporary feel coming with CJ Tudor’s amazing debut, The Chalk Man. Is it a biography of Eddie’s secret undercover life as Banksy? Probably not!
Meanwhile, Eddie wants to start a fight on the internet, because let’s face it, the internet? Wayyyyyy to civil and full of friendly discussion! That’s right, Eddie loves trash, and will do anything for that love–except diss Patricia Cornwell! It’s on!
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This week Lee and Eddie are off to the movies to see A Simple Favour! Lee is wild to know where Sammy Went in The Nowhere Child (landed it!), and Eddie is pretty sure ghost tours are a dangerous idea…
This week Lee and Eddie are off to the movies!
Stephen King’s IT has finally hit the theatres, and Lee is all set, popcorn in hand! Eddie is hiding behind her chair, but that’s pretty much par for the course!
To celebrate the release of this remake featuring the most terrifying clown in the world, Lee and Eddie are counting down their fave Stephen King books, Stephen King facts, and speculating on whether Eddie will ever sleep again. (No)
Dear listeners, the moment has arrived! Our Patreon has received donations totalling $50, and now Lee will be reading her crime fiction composition which she penned at the chilling age of 10. Listen in suspense as Lee describes to you the terrifying plot of Detective Lee. Keep an eye out for it in all the greatest dustbins!
Lee reviews Melanie Raabe’s The Trap which prompts a discussion of some other notable (and unspoilered) examples of unreliable narrators.