53 episodes

Presented by OughtFive Films and Kulture Shocked, Chronicles from the Crypt is an episodic look at the original HBO horror series including interviews with cast, crew, and the Cryptkeeper, John Kassir.

Chronicles from the Crypt Kulture Shocked

    • TV & Film
    • 3.4 • 7 Ratings

Presented by OughtFive Films and Kulture Shocked, Chronicles from the Crypt is an episodic look at the original HBO horror series including interviews with cast, crew, and the Cryptkeeper, John Kassir.

    20 - S:4::EP::1,2 "None But The Lonely Heart" & "This'll Kill Ya"

    20 - S:4::EP::1,2 "None But The Lonely Heart" & "This'll Kill Ya"

    It's the twentieth episode of Chronicles from the Crypt, a twice a month look back at HBO's horror anthology Tales from the Crypt.

    Casualty Chris and Father Malone kick-off Season 4 with a look at two episodes of varying degrees of quality: "None But The Lonely Heart" and "This'll Kill Ya." The first episode is directed by Tom Hanks and features some excellent performances from a dastardly Treat Williams while the latter is a muddled mess that wastes the final acting role of acting legend Cleavon Little.

    Follow Casualty Chris @Casualty_Chris, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 30 min
    Bonus Episode: Creepshow (2019) Episode 1

    Bonus Episode: Creepshow (2019) Episode 1

    It's the first bonus episode of Chronicles from the Crypt's look at the reboot of the classic anthology horror film Creepshow.

    Casualty Chris and Father Malone are joined by award-winning screamwriter Jess Byard to talk about their feelings towards the original movie, along with a look at the first episode of the reboot. The first episode is broken into two segments "Gray Matter" and "The House of the Head." The first features an alcoholic's worst nightmare and the second a killer head trapped in a dollhouse that takes to tormenting a little girl.

    Follow Casualty Chris @KultureStach, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 49 min
    Bonus Episode: Creepshow (2019) Episode 2

    Bonus Episode: Creepshow (2019) Episode 2

    It's the second bonus episode of Chronicles from the Crypt's look at the reboot of the classic anthology horror film Creepshow.

    Casualty Chris, Father Malone, and screamwriter Jess Byard take a look at the second episode of Shudder's revival which features two segments "Bad Wolf Down" and "The Finger". The first features werewolves, Nazis, and Jeffery Combs while the second features a disembodied finger that ends up going on a killing spree.

    Follow Casualty Chris @KultureStach, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 39 min
    21 - S:4::EP::3,4 "On a Deadman's Chest" & "Seance"

    21 - S:4::EP::3,4 "On a Deadman's Chest" & "Seance"

    It's the twenty-first episode of Chronicles from the Crypt, a twice a month look back at HBO's horror anthology Tales from the Crypt.

    Casualty Chris and Father Malone are back at it again with a continued look at Season 4 with the third and fourth episode: "On a Deadman's Chest" and "Seance." One features a muddled re-telling of Poe's "A Telltale Heart," and the other uses a flashback framing device to less than successful ends.

    Follow Casualty Chris @Casualty_Chris, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 39 min
    22 - S:4::EP::5,6 "Beauty Rest" & "What's Cookin'"

    22 - S:4::EP::5,6 "Beauty Rest" & "What's Cookin'"

    It's the twenty-second episode of Chronicles from the Crypt, a twice a month look back at HBO's horror anthology Tales from the Crypt.

    Casualty Chris and Father Malone are back at it again with a continued look at Season 4 with the fifth and sixth episodes: "Beauty Rest" and "What's Cookin'." One features Kathy Ireland and Mimi Rogers as two models who are constantly competing for the same jobs and the other features Christopher Reeve as a down on his luck chef who may have found the solution to all his problems.

    Follow Casualty Chris @Casualty_Chris, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 28 min
    23 - S:4::EP::7,8 "The New Arrival" & "Showdown'"

    23 - S:4::EP::7,8 "The New Arrival" & "Showdown'"

    It's the twenty-third episode of Chronicles from the Crypt, a twice a month look back at HBO's horror anthology Tales from the Crypt.

    Casualty Chris and Father Malone continue their look at Season 4 with the seventh and eighth episodes: "The New Arrival" and "Showdown'." One features David Warner as a radio show host who is also a child specialist that may have just met his match while the other features a cowboy whose luck may have just run out on him.

    Follow Casualty Chris @Casualty_Chris, Father Malone @FatherMalone73, and the podcast @ChroniclesFTC.

    Catch Chronicles on all Podcatchers and at chroniclesfromthecrypt.com!

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

poop poop it ,

Just found this

Cannot wait to dive more into this !!!

Zachary Jackson Brown ,

John Kassir provides the intro, what more can you ask for?

I’m a huge Tales fan (I’m an artist and I actually made a life size Cryptkeeper that sits in my studio with me) and this is my favorite podcast on the subject! The podcast offers insights into the behind the scenes production of each episode, great interviews with those involved with the show, and fairly neutral critiques on each episode’s merits/weaknesses. They also have episodes dedicated to Crypt related media, outside the television series, which I really enjoy. Keep up the fantastic work!

khoulghoul ,

What’s the point?

Let me save you a lot of time. These guys love the first season and hate the rest of the series. Miserable, smug and pretentious. Don’t waste your time, unless you like listening to people trash a show you enjoy.

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