Normally on the Lambcast we like to talk about good movies. We like to recommend stuff we think you’ll like, to advise you on what you should be watching. However, every now and then it’s time to name and shame the so-called films that should never be seen by anyone, and that time is now.
Jay and returning co-host Robert were joined by Todd, David and bad movie king Nolahn to run through the worst movies they’ve ever seen, and seeing as how many truly terrible films this lot have seen, you can rest assured that when we say a movie is bad, we mean it. Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a couple of rounds of Last Lamb Standing.
Also, many thanks to the other Lambcast guests who recorded voicemails of their own “Worst” movies. You can find their sites here:
And So It Begins
Coogs’ Film Blog
Flights Tights and Movie Nights
French Toast Sunday
Journeys in Classic Film
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