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, I will also toss in the occasional news and featured episode. Descriptions of the episodes are in the hosts own words where possible.
Also, if you’re a member of the LPN and have any announcements: hiatuses, returns, call for guests feel free to let me know and I’ll feature it on one of these posts. Now, onto the shows!
Not too much in the way of news this week but I’m very glad to share the return of the Film Pasture! It’s passed hands a couple times, but it’s currently in the hands of Vern from Vern’s Video Vortex and Emma from Emma Explains it All. Similar to the Lambcast, each episode brings on various guests from throughout the Lamb with discussion topics not always related directly to movies, but just as much towards movie bloggers and podcasters. So check out the return of the show below. Also this week brought the return of another show that has been on a somewhat brief hiatus as the Picking Brains Podcast comes back with their first episode since just two months ago, which you can also check out below.
The Film Pasture #1 (ish)
There have been many spinoffs in the realm of shows in the past years “All in The Family“had “The Jeffersons“,”Mary Tyler Moore” had “Maude” “Soap” had “Benson“, and even “Friends” had “Joey“. I realize that by me mentioning these shows that I have admitted to most of you that I am really old. But none of those spin offs matter because it is here. The brand new season of The Film Pasture. The official sister show to The Lambcast over at The Large Association of Movie Blogs. I am joined by the beautiful, awesome Emma of http://emmakwall.com/ to be my new cohost for this season and I couldn’t be happier. Our guests for this episode are the very wonderful Barry of http://cinematiccatharsis.blogspot.com/ and Eric of http://isaacspictureconclusions.com/”>
Picking Brains #102
This episode Nathan, Ryan, & I discuss the passing’s of Christopher Lee & Dusty Rhodes, Days Of The Dead: Indianapolis, crowd funding, movies we’ve seen & Madam Ballrant.
From the Archives
In honor of the return of the Film Pasture, I asked Vern to share his favorite episode of his other podcast, As You Watch and he wanted to highlight the last episode of their season 3 where they highlighted some of the best performances from Saturday Night Live cast members, you can listen to it here
“I Certainly Don’t Want Him In Charge of Me Anytime Soon, By God!”
To celebrate Jason’s birthday, he decided it was time to take on a 80’s sex comedy! But not ANY sex comedy, a sex comedy starring Scott Baio AND Willie Ames, featuring a whole slew of late 70’s and early 80’s TV stars, a bunch of boobs, and a whole lot of weirdness.
French Toast Sunday #239
“Movies That We Were Surprised Didn’t Make the 10 Top at the Box Office.”
Here we look at a few films that we were surprised to find out didn’t make enough money to earn a spot in the Top 10 of the Box Office the year they were released. You can thank Rob for the long title of this episode. #LaurenLapkus
Join hosts Trevor and Jason for episode three in the new supplemtary series podcast, as they discuss the 1994 blockbuster ‘Speed’.
Really Awful Movies #42B
“Vincent Price: Victoria Price discusses her father’s legacy”
Victoria Price discusses her legendary father. Price wrote Vincent Price: A Daughter’s Biography. The book shows the man as a husband, father, friend, artist, writer, connoisseur and an all-around lover of life. On the show, Vincent’s legacy, his appreciation and respect for the arts, what he brought to the horror genre and his family life are discussed. On the podcast, we find out that Price loved doing horror because he was really able to sink his teeth into the roles. He never wanted to be a leading man, he wanted to find a way to become a character actor. And what a character he was. There will never be another.
Also this week: Episode 42: Battlefield Earth
“The People that Time Forgot”
An audio commentary for Kevin Connor’s 1977 film, “The People That Time Forgot,” produced by Max Rosenberg for American International Pictures.
“OITNB Season 3 Review & Daddy Dearest, Worst Dad’s of All Time”
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, “Cinema in Noir” covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition, we review Season 3 of the Neflix series, Orange in the New Black. We also discuss some of the worst father’s in film and television.
Subject: Cinema #486
“Salute! Sir Christopher Lee!
THIS WEEK: We salute the career of Sir Christopher Lee, who passed away earlier this month. Plus all our usual features too! MICRO FOCUS – “The Man With The Golden Gun”, FREEZE FRAME – Box Office boo-hoos, FETHIVAL FLASH – Los Angeles Film Festival winners and an announcement about “Tom At The Farm”, UNDER THE RADAR – “Corpse Bride”, DRIVE IN DUNGEON – “Captain America II”, SHORT SHOTS – “Lava”, CURRENT REVIEWS – “Inside Out”, PLUS: Crowdfunders – “For The Love Of Spock” and more…
Also this week: 3 Minute Weekend
“The deadliest art of the Orient is now in the hands of an American.” On this show, Exploding Helicopter dons karate pyjamas to take a look at the eighties VHS action classic American Ninja (1985). Amongst the points of discussion, how much would it cost to maintain an army of ninja warriors? The acting career of Michael Dudikoff. And whether any element of this film’s plot makes sense. Will and Dara also pick over another classic helicopter explosion and debate whether every film can be improved by the inclusion of a chopper fireball.
“50th Episode Extravaganza”
Normal podcasts usually hit their 50th podcast roughly before their first year of existence. Good podcasts that pump out constant content on a normal basis won’t even make a big deal about their 50th podcast. Superior podcasts will look at what we’re doing and probably scoff at our sheer ineptitude to barely put out a single podcast every month. Well, it’s a good thing that we are neither normal, good, and…well…the only time we’ve been called superior is when we show up to our parole hearings on time. Come to think of it, I better call Justin, I haven’t heard from him in a while. There will be laughs galore as the guys invite, or some might say “force”, guests from other more well-received podcasts to share in their debauchery. Guests like JD Duran from the Insession Film Podcast. Barry and Jairo from the homo”neurotic” True Bromance Podcast. Let’s not forget, damn I forgot his name…oh yeah…The Vern, from the As You Watch Podcast. Throw in a touch of Tim Costa from The First Time Watchers Podcast, Elwood from The Depths of DVD Hell, and a guest so special and so…well…scary, that even I can’t tell you who it is.
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