There’s more than just the Lambcast in the Lamb Podcasting Network and each week I’m here to 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 taken from the posts themselves.
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!
“This is Spinal Tap and Doctor Strange”
Episode 53 of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Austin Shinn from A Flickering Life and The Film Room Podcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen This Is Spinal Tap, one of the early mockumentaries from Rob Reiner that was a very real-yet-absurd look at the fictional career of heavy metal band Spinal Tap. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Doctor Strange, one of the better Marvel animated films released through Lion’s Gate shortly before they became a box office juggernaut.
“Back to School Commentary”
We are back again for another Monday Night Movie Night! After that big 50th episode we took a bit of a break and sat down to watch the 1986 classic Back to School. We figured a few laughs was in order since a murder took place on that last podcast. Back to School / 96 mins / Comedy / 1986 “To help his discouraged son get through college, a fun-loving and obnoxious rich businessman decides to enter the school as a student himself.”
Movie Mavericks #275
“Ant-Man, Trainwreck Predictions, Ted 2, Big Eyes Review, Goosebumps, Finest Hour Trailers”
Episode two-hundred and seventy five. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the latest in movie news, box office numbers and trailers. Box Office Ace Predictions: Ant-Man, Trainwreck. Trivial Trivia: Pierce Brosnan was contractually forbidden from wearing a full tuxedo in any non-James Bond movie from 1995-2002. Die Hard originated from the failed script of …? Debate/Conversation Topic: The Batman – Ben Affleck to direct, star and co-write with Geoff Johns Reviews: Ted 2, Big Eyes, Alien Outpost, Mystery Men. Streaming Online Pick of the Week: The Expendables 3. Trailer Addict: Batman vs. Superman, Goosebumps, and more…
Subject: Cinema #489
THIS WEEK: We celebrate the return of Ahnold to the “Terminator” Franchise, plus a few other Schwarzenegger endeavors, and more! REEL REWIND – ComicCon 2012 MICRO FOCUS – “The Terminator” FREEZE FRAME – What the hell is going on with Fathom Events? DEJA VIEW – “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” DRIVE IN DUNGEON – “Hercules In New York” CURRENT REVIEWS – “Terminator Genisys” and “Minions” PLUS What A Bonehead, Scream And Shout, Take A Bow, And more!
Also this week: 3 Minute Weekend
“Chat with Matthew Cherry”
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. On this edition, we chat with filmmaker Matthew Cherry about his film vlog, Diary of an Independent Filmmaker. We will also discuss the latest episode of Penny Dreadful and discuss whether or not the show has a “Magical Negro” problem.
“Comic Con Special”
Also this week: Marvellous S01 E09
“Under the Radar Movie Draft”
In a change to the usual show, for this episode I’ve invited back four of my previous guests to compete in my cinematic Thunderdome. Each of them will take their turn to share their top 6 movies which can be considered as being under the radar of the regular movie goer. Its going to be a wild ride, complete with duels, cat birthday parties and Bruceploitation plus much more!!
“Men on Film: The Cable Guys”
Steven and Shane catch up on some films that are currently running the cable circuit. They review the Adam Sandler comedy, Blended, as well as Edge of Tomorrow and Gone Girl.
Really Awful Movies #46b
“Director Henrique Couto”
We first came across Dayton, Ohio filmmaker Henrique Couto’s work in Babysitter Massacre. He’s a guy with the talent to do a lot with a little. In this special episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, we chat with the indie director about Scarewaves, Calamity Jane’s Revenge, The Faces of Schlock, A Bulldog for Christmas and Haunted House on Sorority Row. We talk about Alternative Cinema, how he made his first feature at 18, how he casts, shoots and scores film and his battles with depression. Couto started out as Dr. Freak, “the world’s youngest horror host,” which he started at the age of 12 on cable access. He graduated (though not literally) to selling his work in high school halls, much to the chagrin of his principal. Now a full-time film maker who works at a prodigious rate, he’s branched out from horror into romantic comedy and period Westerns. Can’t wait to see where he’ll go next.
Also this week: #46 Crackerjack 3
“We just came up with a mince pie under each arm.” On this show, Will and Bob strap themselves into the cockpit and turn on the surveillance mikes to discuss an undisputed classic of the exploding helicopter genre, Blue Thunder (1983). Among the points of discussion, Vietnam flashbacks in eighties movies, A-Team style violence and whether Malcom McDowell is the most sneer-y actor in film history. All this and two classic exploding helicopter scenes.