Since we are getting close to Halloween, we thought we would share our 3 most underrated horror films. Joining Vern and Kristen for the show is the expert of horror, Mr. Bloodbath of Blood Guts and Blu-Ray Podcast.
Now this list was difficult to put together and we know there are a lot of really good movies that didn’t get mentioned. Still this is a very fun show and we hope we gave you some good recommendations to check...
It’s almost Halloween, so we’re continuing our almost-month-long celebration of horror by chatting about some supposedly scary movies we’ve seen recently.
Jay Cluitt was joined by Sofia da Costa, Will Slater, Mario Brown and The Vern to discuss horror movies of all varieties, from classic Universal monsters to modern world releases, and a few in between as well.
Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week, a...
It’s time to announce the winner of the Western Movie Draft! A few weeks ago Kristen, Will, DJ, Nick and Howard all got together and competed to assemble the greatest team of western movies, and since then the LAMB community has voted on who created the best team. You can listen to the podcast on it here, which you absolutely must do if you enjoy people argueing about what is and isn’t a western, and now it’s time for the...
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Hello everyone, just a quick reminder that I am still looking for any pieces that you have written on the films of John Carpenter for this Halloween edition of Director’s Chair. For a reminder on the films you can cover, along with a little history of John Carpenter, read the announcement post here. I look forward...
I’m not entirely sure, but I think the remake of The Magnificent Seven might have been better if at least one of the eponymous protectors was an animated talking stork. I think the very least that should happen is someone should make this movie, just so we can find out. For the time being, here’s what the LAMB community had to say about both of these movies:
The Magnificent Seven
It’s October, so once again the Lambcast is devoting most of the month to horror, starting out with another horror-themed Movie of the Month and, as is tradition, it went in a completely unexpected direction as this week we’re talking about the 1966 British “classic” Carry On Screaming.
Joining Jay Cluitt is Carry On… superfan Rebecca Sharp and bemused newbie Kristen Lopez to discuss the...
So with Halloween fast approaching what better time could there be to look at the genre which has become one of its most popular mainstays since it’s golden age in the 80’s saw a new slasher film being released on an almost weekly basis, while the 90’s would see it being reinvented to meet the expectations of smarter audiences who’d long become jaded with the...
The Vern is back with a brand new collection of great podcasts that you should all check out.
Be sure to check out the full episodes by visiting the sites below.
Two Drinks In Podcast
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:
And Then There Were None (1945) [Sean Homrig, The 1001 Movie Podcast]
Life Is Beautiful (1997) [Nicole Ayers, The Madlab Post]
Good Will Hunting (1997) [Darren Lucas, Movie Reviews 101]
“Cult Chops” a monthly feature where each month we will be looking at a different genre of cult cinema as well as key actors and directors who established their legacies directing films from these genres
September saw the LAMB Members heading back to a golden and arguably wilder time for Hollywood as we dedicated the month to Pre-code Hollywood, here’s what they had to sayForgotten...
Everyone breathe a sigh of relief, my plane didn’t land on the Hudson River last week, or any other body of water for that matter, and to celebrate we’re looking at three movies with fairly mixed reviews, none of which I’ve got any plans to watch any time soon as they are either a part of a franchise I’ve never paid any attention to, a found footage horror or are about Edward Snowden:
Jay is back back back, and just in time for one of his favourite kinds of shows, a remake-a-palooza, this time looking at The Magnificent Seven – new and old – along with Seven Samurai and Battle Beyond The Stars.
Jay is joined on this quest by Todd Liebenow, Richard Kirkham and reigning Lambpardy champion Aaron Neuwirth, so listen in as they discuss westerns, samurai, Denzel on a horse and...