After an unconventional polling month broken down into a tournament style, it’s time to crown the winner of October’s Movie of the Month! Ten films entered, they were whittled down to four, then two and finally one, and the film we’ll be discussing next month is… Host!
Congratulations go to Jason Soto of Whatever With Jason Soto and CineGamer for successfully championing our most recent and...
Welcome Back Students!
Rob from MovieRob here!
I think that this 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 calendar month.
Obviously, there are thousands upon...
June saw a bunch more films released to streaming. For some this was intentional, and to others it was a pandemic-based necessity. Here’s what the LAMB community thought about them:
Da 5 Bloods
LAMB Average: 4.03 (16 sites)
The Critical Movie Critics (5)
Paul’s Trip to the Movies (5)
Surrender to the Void (5)
The Code is Zeek (4.5)
This month’s Acting School 101 teacher was Naomi Watts.
We received a total of 120 reviews for 36 films that Naomi Watts had parts in.
That’s quite an impressive amount.
Let’s see what the members of the LAMB community thought of Naomi Watts’ career:
21 Grams (2)
Riley on Film
3 Generations (2)
It’s the final of October’s MOTM poll! We’re down to the final two, here are the results of the semi-finals, and the vote is below:
And here’s the final two, it’s Trick R Treat vs Host, cast your vote! The vote will end on Sunday 27th September.
Trick R Treat (2007) [Heather Baxendale, MILFcast]
Host (2020) [Jason...
Sometimes it takes perseverance, hard work and trying again and again to achieve success. That was the case for this month’s Movie of the Month winner, Audrey, who put Sing Street forward time and again until it eventually defeated the other competitors. That’s not so much a rule for the film though, in which sometimes you can just pick up a guitar and almost immediately be a great musician. Regardless, this week’...
A new film came out in the cinema! We went to see it! And now we’re going to tell you about it, kind of, because not all of us knew exactly what the heck was going on. That’s right, it’s time for Tenet.
Jay and Richard were joined by Meg, Thomas and Tony to travel in an inverted universe with Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated and twice delayed summer blockbuster. Is it worth your time?...
Round 2 of October’s MOTM poll tournament is here! There were some tightly fought bouts in the first round, but only four films can move on, so let’s take a look at the results from round 1:
There we go, the four films moving on are Trick R Treat (2007), Mandy (2018), Candyman (1992) and Host (2020). It’s possible there’s some recency bias on display as the newest film in each match-up has proceeded onto...
May rolled around and we couldn’t leave the house, but fortunately more new films came straight to streaming! Huzzah! Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about May’s new releases:
LAMB Average: 3.78 (9 sites)
Matthew Liedke on Film (4.5)
Citizen Charlie (4)
Keith Loves Movies (4)
Screen Zealots (4)
Recently on the Lambcast we held a Time Travel Draft, in which Jay, Richard, Heather, Robert and Todd competed to build the best team of time travel movies, and now you get to decide who won! The poll is t the bottom of the page, but first, the teams!
Heather’s Team (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Idiocracy, Looper, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Bill &...
It’s time to vote for October’s movie of the month! Hold up though, this month is a bit different. Not only is October’s Movie of the Month horror-themed, but it appears some ghostly gremlins have gotten into the polling plug-in, and are limiting the poll to at most three movies. This is a problem, as we’ve got ten! So for this month, and until this issue is resolved, we’ll be determining the MOTM with a...
Hey folks, remember April? Remember when everything closed and all us nonessential folk went home and realised there weren’t any new releases? We got a little glum, but thought “This’ll only be for a few weeks or so, we’ll be back in the cinemas by summer!” Ah, what sweet, naive children we were, and clearly the movie industry was just as hopeful and foolish, as April was pretty barren new-release-wise. That was...