Welcome to the House of Crouse. In this episode actor Geoff Stults talks about the fib he told to land the role of a Green Beret in “12 Strong” while “Forever My Girl” star Jessica Rothe gushes about her favourite movie… and no, it’s not the one we were supposed to be talking about! It’s fun stuff so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. On the first all new, all singing and dancing show of 2018 “American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West” author Nate Blakeslee stops by to tell the fascinating story of one wolf pack, led by alpha female, O-Six. It’s a fascinating look at wildlife in America’s west that isn’t simply about the wolves but politics as well. It’s good stuff so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. As we start another year we’re taking one more week to remember the good stuff about 2017. Christopher Nolan stopped by the HoC to talk empathy, his epic war film “Dunkirk” and what movies inspired him to make movies. Ethan Hawke came by to talk “Maudie,” the biopic of Nova Scotian painted Maud Lewis and why he feels he never had his big break. It’ll give you something to think about in the New Year so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. We wanted to repay you for being such great houseguests so we put together a special show with two of out favourite people from the past year. Hollywood legend Ann Margret talks about the accident that almost ended her career while Gilbert Gottfried talks about why he wouldn’t want his kids to follow in his footsteps. It’s good stuff so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. Today singer, painter and author Tom Wilson stops by to chat about his memoir “Beautiful Scars: Steeltown Secrets, Mohawk Skywalkers.” You know his music from bands like Junkhouse, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and Lee Harvey Osmond, now find out his fascinating life story. It’s good stuff, so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. ”Atonement” director Joe Wright’s new film is a spirited—and funnier than you’d imagine—retelling of the machinations behind World War II’s Operation Dynamo. In a tour de force performance, “Darkest Hours” stars Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in a movie that would make a great double bill with Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk.” Wright swings by the CrouseCast to talk about the movie and active resistance against bigotry and totalitarianism. Then “In the Cage” award winning Kevin Hardcastle author offers up why you should always back up your MacBook and more! It’s good stuff, so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. This week the director and star of the terrific neo-noir “Sweet Virginia,” Jamie M. Dagg and Christopher Abbott swing by to ask, How do you have a soft spot for a murderous psychopath? Then Shirley Gnome, “the Queen troubadour of intelligent black-comic sex balladry,” stops by to talk carnal cabaret, hecklers and her new album Take It Up The Notch. It’s good stuff! Stop by and sit a spell!
Welcome to the House of Crouse. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at PIxar? “Coco” star Anthony Gonzalez enthusiastically tells us what it’s like. The “Justice League” star Ray Fisher describes how his character Cyborg resonates with fans who feel under-represented. Then “A Brief History of Oversharing” author Shawn Hitchens swings by to discuss the importance of humiliation. It’s good stuff so c’mon in and sit a spell.
Welcome to the House of Crouse. Joe Hagan is an investigative journalist who has written for New York, Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal. Today he swings by the CrouseCast to talk about the book Jann Wenner doesn’t want you to read, “Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine.” It’s a fascinating book with its own fascinating story. So, c’mon in and sit a spell with us.