As you may know, there’s more than just the Lambcast in the Lamb Podcasting Network and I’ll be here every week to hopefully share some of the other shows worth listening to that have released an episode within the past week, if you’re not subscribed to all of the network shows, make sure you stop by here in case you find something new that you fancy. Descriptions of the episodes are in the hosts own words where possible.
Subject: Cinema #481
THIS WEEK: TC and Kim have the low down on nearly 100 films, as we run ’em ALL down for you – it’s our annual Summer Blockbuster Special!
FREEZE FRAME – Potential Summer Bombs
ULTIMATE RISING STARS COUNTDOWN – #8
Scream and Shoutout
TC says “Goodbye” to his first ever TV crush
We didn’t quite keep our promise of regular podcast episodes after the last one (a couple of months ago), but Darren and I managed to finally get together and chat about the films we’ve seen over the last month or so. Reviews include The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, While We’re Young, John Wick, Cinderella, The Goob and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
French Toast Sunday #234
Nick, Marc, Will and the always amazing Lindsay talk about antiheros. Happy Birthday Jess!
The Summer Movie Season is upon us, and what better way to kick it off than everyone’s favorite annual tradition… the TPMP Summer Movie Draft!! Tune in as Joe Giuliano (of As You Watch) and Terrance Faulkner (the Focused Filmographer) return to once again vie to be king of the box office prognosticators! 5 rounds of thoughts on summer movies, smack talk and fun!
Cinema in Noir The Challenges Facing Women Directors
In this edition we discuss the Sundance Insstitute and Women in Film study that shows that women directors are more likely to helm indie films than major studio films.
As You Watch The Widowers Interview
On this BONUS episode. The Vern is joined by Director Jonathan Scott Chinn and screenwriter/ Actor Richard Lovejoy to talk about the new film The Widowers. It’s about a group of men(and one woman) who have lost their loved ones and they go to a retreat to help them deal with it. Oh and it’s mostly a comedy too. Check out the show below to hear more about this feature and learn something about distribution as well.
Walt Sent Me #31
On this episode Todd and Kristen discuss Disney’s all singing all dancing 1992 live-action musical Newsies. Plus they look at the notorious 1935 Silly Symphony short The Golden Touch.
Can she turn this cabbie into an overnight singing sensation?
Sylvester Stallone couldn’t hold a tune if you duct-taped one to his chest. Rhinestone is hilarious and the one film Sly wish he hadn’t made (but we’re glad he did).
An Indecent Proposal crossed with Hee Haw, Rhinestone is a total mess but lots of fun.