It’s Movie of the Month time once again for the Lambcast, as we take a look at the winner for May, School of Rock.
Jay Cluitt was joined by the movie’s champion, Rebecca Sharp, as well as Richard Kirkham and Sean Homrig to discuss the film and what makes it such a delight to behold (spoiler alert, we all liked this movie and you should too!).
Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a couple of games of...
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Rob from MovieRob here!
Like The Director’s Chair series being run by Tony, I think that this reignited series is a great way to get a look at what the members of the Lamb community think about the work of some of the most prolific actors/actresses who have been entertaining us all for so many years.
I plan to try and focus on an actor or actress every month who has a birthday in that given...
This month’s Acting School 101 teacher was Bill Paxton.
We received a total of 179 reviews for 30 films that Paxton had parts in. Plus 2 general posts about his life and work.
That’s quite an impressive amount.
Let’s see what the members of the LAMB community thought of Paxton’s...
The guardians are back, and so are we to talk about them!
The latest Marvel sequel sees James Gunn back at the director’s chair as we meet back up with our favourite galactic guardians, and as is our tradition with Marvel movies, we’ve dedicated a show to the new film. Jay was away but Robert Zerbe stepped back into the hosting chair, and was joined by his own personal band of a-holes including Tony Cogan, Jeanette...
It’s time to vote for the next Movie of the Month! You can vote at the bottom of the page. but first here’s the list of candidates:
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) [Aaron Neuwirth, The Code is Zeek]
Breaking Away (1979) [Damien Riley, Riley on Film]
Clue (1985) [Sean Homrig, The 1001 Movie Podcast]
My Girl (1991)...
Apologies if you’ve been trying to access the LAMB site in the past week, we’ve been having some technical issues and the site has been down, but all is now back to normal. A massive thanks to site founder Dylan Fields for handling it all. And given that we missed last week’s Lambscores, it means this week has a bumper double-issue, looking at one of the year’s highest grossing blockbusters, and a couple of...
The first season of LAMBTracks looking at the Jurassic Park franchise comes to a close with our commentary for Jurassic World the film which rebooted the franchise and finally allowed us to see the park with actual guest instead of rampaging dinos…..for now at least.
So grab your copy of the film and listen along as Elwood Jones and Kim Lo discuss the film, alternative casting as well as how one book has...
Not much to report this week, with only one release receiving enough review for a Lambscores, and even then only just. Here’s what the LAMB community has to say about Going in Style:
Going in Style
LAMB Average: 3.00 (5 sites)
Daniel’s Film Reviews (3.5)
The Critical Movie Critics (3)
Keith Loves Movies (3)
Paul’s Trip to the Movies...
I know you all listen to the Lamncast every week without fail, intently tuning in to hear our opinions on movies and the world of film, but do you ever want to know more about us, the people behind the podcast? Well worry no more!
It’s been a little while since our last Get To Know Your Lambcasters, and in that time the show has gained a flock of new regular guests, so on this show we’re going to find out a little...
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
Another month, another movie of the month poll, and wouldn’t you know it, another winner! As usual there was a very eclectic selection of movies and a pretty close race amongst the final few, but of course there can only be one victor. Technically we have discussed this film before as part of a director retrospective, but now it’s going to have an entire show all...
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Hello everyone, it’s time again to announce the directors that will be featured in this month’s Directors Chair feature. and this time I thought I’d go with a pair of director siblings, and the ones I’ve chosen are the Wachowski sisters.
Now the films of the Wachowski’s do not provoke mild...
Hello everyone, it’s time again to show the reviews you sent in for the highlighted director this month. I’m glad to have received some good quality reviews from you highlighting the brilliant work done by Ken Loach. Let’s not waste time and get into the reviews you sent me.
Poor CowBlueprint Review
KesBlueprint Review Surrender to the Void