LAMBCAST #275 JURASSIC WORLD

by Jay Cluitt · June 24, 2015 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · No Comments

In the least surprising podcast release in history, we’re doing a show on Jurassic World! Dinosaurs! Running! Screaming! People dying in horrific, bitey ways! Yay!

Jurassic World

Jay Cluitt was joined by a pack of other Jurassic fans in the forms of Robert Zerbe, Lindsay Street and newcomer Sofia da Costa as well as a somewhat lesser fan in the form of Will Slater to dissect the movie, going into full spoilers on who survived, who didn’t, who perhaps shouldn’t have and, of course, all the dinosaur goodness on screen. Did anyone love the new movie? Where does it sit in the franchise? Will we ever learn that genetically engineering extinct animals will never, ever succeed without massive human casualties? Listen to find out!

Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week, a couple of rounds of Last Lamb Standing, and the announcement of the latest MOTM winner!

The show can be found, of course, via iTunes – just do a search for “LAMBcast.” Also, I always post a link to the show on the LAMBcast’s Facebook page, and there’s a player there if you’d like to listen online. The direct RSS feed is: http://lambcast.podomatic.com/entry/2015-06-23T14_28_30-07_00. Shows will eventually make their way to the LAMBcast Archives. If you’d ever like to catch up on back episodes, go there. If you’re interested, you too can be a LAMBcaster – we love new blood! For more information on the LAMBcast, check out the topic at the LAMB Forums. Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. Opening song by Cake. The LAMBcast loves feedback, too – if you’d like yours read on a future show, leave it in the comments section at the LAMB. Please visit and like our Facebook page, and finally, we’re on iTunes, and would still love a review, even if it’s a bad one. Thanks for listening!

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