2.24 | Michelle Richmond, Kristen Lepionka, & Under the Shadow

This week Lee is doing all the reading while Eddie just watches movies all day and complains about the weather. On Lee’s massive reading list this week (show off) is Michelle Richmond’s The Marriage Pact, and Kristen Lepionka’s The Last Place You Look. Then it’s off to the movies (at Lee’s house, because Eddie’s TV is tiny) for Babak Anvari’s Under The Shadow.

Where is the line between good CGI, and bad? Will Eddie stop eating all of Lee’s snacks? Will Eddie’s directorial debut be a sequel to The Stepford Wives? Find out in this absolutely thrilling episode of Crime Time Podcast!

2.16 | Cleverman, Andrew Pyper, & Crypto-conundrum

Lee finds it hard to suspend disbelief with Andrew Pyper’s latest work, Eddie is absolutely blown away by Ryan Griffen’s Cleverman, and they both try to solve the mystery plaguing the internet. Is elusive Bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto a ghost, or maybe some kind of internet based demon? Probably don’t find out in this week’s fantastic episode of Crime Time Podcast!

2.13 | Crime Time’s Spectral Spook-tacular: Ghosts, Ghosts, Ghosts!

This week Lee and Eddie are haunted by the spectral, the spooky, and the downright scary! That’s right, it’s time for Crime Time’s super scary ghost spook-tacular! Discover the haunting truth about Lee’s love of ghost stories, scream in fear as Eddie reveals her abilities to commune with the dead (via Barthes’ Death of the Author, wooooooooo), and weep in terror as you realise that much like Betelgeuse or Bloody Mary, Lee and Eddie can be summoned (on your computer) by repeating their names (into Google)! Freeeeaaaaaky!

Get ready for thrills, chills, and lots of ghostly recommendations!

2.12 | Oscar Wilde, Wonder Woman, & The Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2

Lee and Eddie are off to the movies this week! In separate cars! To separate cinemas! To see separate films! No big deal. Lee wandered in to see Wonder Woman, and Eddie was caught of guard by the lovable Guardians of the Galaxy! Eddie still won’t stop asking whether or not things are sexy, and Lee’s starting to get both annoyed and concerned. That’s right, Sexy or Scary is back, so let’s get wild! Oscar Wilde, that is! (See what I did there?)

2.08 | The X-Files, Aliens vs Ghosts, & The (Stephen) King

This week Lee and Eddie debate Aliens vs Ghosts, talk fave episodes of The X Files, Lee still won’t stop talking about Stephen King (who could blame her), and they discover that there are other Crime Fiction podcasts in the world. Who would have thought it!

If you want to hear a review from Lee’s mum, buy us a coffee, or hear Eddie’s latest elevator pitch for this season’s new blockbuster thriller, then sit down, get comfortable, and tune in to this week’s episode!

1.40 | Gone Home, Caroline Mitchell, & Jump Scares

We’re baaaaaaaaaack!

That’s right, Lee and Eddie have returned from the unexpected hiatus last week and are kicking up a storm with Lee’s final thoughts on Caroline Mitchell’s The Silent Twin, Eddie’s absolute love of Gone Home, and a game that Lee accidentally said was named The Brookhaven Experiment but is actually named Outlast. Check it out!

We also discuss jump scares! Are they good or bad? Eddie thinks they’re cheap, but Lee says, why pay more?

BOO!

Alright, I guess they don’t work in text!


BOO!!

1.39 | The Conjuring 2, Ludlum, and IT

What makes horror scary? What makes mystery mysterious? What makes clowns so terrifying?

It’s clowns. Clowns make clowns terrifying.

Lee and Eddie search for the answers to these compelling questions as well as trying to figure out how long you need to give a book before you finally admit defeat? Eddie wants to know if 15 years is too long.

1.22 | Gilly Macmillan, Alice Hoffmann, & Hopeless Whodunnits

In this episode Lee and Eddie talk Practical Magic, speculate about What She Knew, and ask themselves how easy to guess is too easy to guess when reading mystery?

Eddie geeks out about her favourite bird-like dinosaur and Lee reminisces about the good old days (like ten episodes ago), when they were reading Crime Time’s favourite trashy author.