LAMBCAST #249 THE HOBBIT TRILOGY

by Jay Cluitt · December 22, 2014 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 4 Comments

Peter Jackson’s time in Middle Earth has once again come to an end with the closing part of The Hobbit’s trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies. As I’m a massive fan of the previous Hobbit movies and the Lord of the Rings saga, it seemed only right to devote a show to the trilogy, so here it is.

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 Host Jay Cluitt was joined by fellow Hobbit-lovers Will Kouf, Nick Rehak and kind-of-but-not-really newcomer  Rob Kyte to discuss dragons, orcs, barrels and lots and lots of dwarves. Also on tap are rants and raves of the week and some barely topical games of Last Lamb Standing.

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4 Responses to LAMBCAST #249 THE HOBBIT TRILOGY

  1. Elwood Jones says:

    Damn Jay now I’m going to be so disappointed if the Hobbit doesn’t end with a freeze frame jump and Leonard Nimoy singing “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins”.

    Good to see “Christmas Evil” getting some love, which is also being shown on “The Horror Channel” here in the UK on Christmas Eve, though the DVD also comes with a John Waters commentary track which should alone make it a worthwhile buy. Failing that it is also on Youtube

  2. kuzgun says:

    i think second movie was the best of this trilogy.

  3. karim says:

    the best movie of 2014

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