This week on the LAMBScores we’ve got four new releases for you. Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) stepped out of costume for Kill The Messenger and The Judge respectively, but did they impress the LAMB? Did we need to hear the story of Dracula Untold? Was there...
Happy Halloween everybody! It’ time for a horror edition of Classic Chops. Thanks to all who submitted links!
Our next Classic Chops. Submit any post, article, review, list, etc about any movies…pre-1965. We haven’t been getting as many submissions lately, so let’s step it up people! Free linkage, come on! Send your links to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday Nov 16.
It’s Halloween! And we occasionally do franchise lookbacks! So guess what? We’re doing a Halloween franchise lookback!
Of course, when I say “We” I mean anybody but me, because to my shame I haven’t even seen the first movie, so I sat this one out. In my place The Vern stepped in as host, and was joined by Will Slater, Elwood Jones and newcomer Eric Hillis to discuss all ten (TEN!)...
It’s time to vote on the Horror Movie Draft! A few days ago the latest Lambcast episode was posted, upon which Robert, Todd, Kristen, Lacket and Bubbawheat all attempted to create the best team of horror movies. Well now it’s up to you to vote for which team you think is the best. The teams are below, and the poll is at the bottom. Good luck everyone, including the voters, because this is the first poll in a long while where I...
On this week’s LAMBScores we have a hot new release and another one that’s…not so hot. David Fincher’s latest feature Gone Girl hit the zeitgeist in a major way this fall, while the horror flick Annabelle failed to muster up much excitement. Find out what the LAMBs had to say below:
All month long we’ve been saying here at the Lambcast that we’re celebrating Halloween, and so far you’d be forgiven for saying “Well, not really.” After all, other than some vaguely horror-themed games of Last Lamb Standing, our Horror-special Movie of the Month was more of a psychological thriller, and last week’s new movie Gone Girl was definitely more of a mystery drama than anything else.
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
Last month was horror, but we’re back to normal for this month with any and all films being eligible, from blockbuster espionage thrillers to cult curios and science fiction classics. The results are in and the winner has been decided, and that winner is…. 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Congratulations this time around go to me, Jay Cluitt from Life Vs...
Time for the latest edition of Classic Chops…a bit delayed, I’m afraid. This time it was open to any post on any movie, released before 1965. Thanks to those who submitted posts.
Next up we’re looking for your posts on classic horror movies…since it’s October. Send your links to email@example.com by midnight on Wednesday October 29.
Now enjoy these posts:
French Toast Sunday:
This week’s LAMBScores brings a pair of releases that surprisingly didn’t get much attention. They are Laika’s latest animated film The Boxtrolls and the Denzel Washington actioner The Equalizer. Have a gander at the reviews below and don’t forget to have your say in the forums.
We love David Fincher on the Lambcast, so when he released a new movie, we couldn’t help but talk about it. Be warned, however, we go into detail in the spoilers, so it is highly recommended that you watch the film (or read the book) before listening. Heck, it’s recommended that you watch the film (or read the book) even if you don’t listen.
So, who is on Team Nick? Who is on Team Amy? Which person took the...
We’re celebrating Halloween all month here on the Lambcast, and we’re kicking things off with the first ever horror-themed Movie of the Month. From a wide variety of scary movies, 1999′s Japanese torture-thriller Audition came out as the winner, so that’s what we talked about.
Host Jay Cluitt was joined by his co-host Robert Zerbe, Audition’s champion Matt Stewart as well as Jess...
Welcome back to another edition of the LAMBScores, where we’ve got no less than 6 new films on the slate. Check out the reviews below for The Drop, A Walk Among the Tombstones, The Maze Runner, Tusk, This Is Where I Leave You and Tracks.
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