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!
I’d like to welcome yet another new member to the Lamb Podcasting Network. They have appeared on the Lambcast several times and their podcast covers new releases along with a top 3 list each week. I’m talking about InSession Film. Give them a warm welcome and check out their latest episode!
InSession Film #127
“Southpaw & Top 3 Sports Scenes”
This week on the InSession Film Podcast, Steve from Wasted the Series joins us to discuss Jake Gyllenhaal’s latest in Southpaw and our Top 3 sports movie scenes. We also take this opportunity to discuss how Pixels is a thing and how it ever got made the way it did, is forever a mystery. Big thanks to Steve once again too, who was absolutely wonderful in his first guest appearance on the show. His short film is pretty funny too, especially for those who like the zombie culture, so definitely check it out if you haven’t seen it! Also, don’t miss our latest Extra Film, where we discuss Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck as well as Mr. Holmes! Anyway, check out this week’s show and let us know what you think in the comment section. Thanks for listening and thanks for supporting our podcast!
Also this week: Extra Film: Trainwreck
“Race Relations in Wrestling”
Steven and Shane talk about Hulk Hogan’s fall from the WWE, strollers, and HBO’s Ballers. They also do a mini-review of Hercules starring The Rock. It’s another action-packed episode.
Also this week: Marvel’s Ant Man
“Surviving Desire and TMNT”
Episode #54 of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film podcast where my guest is Alia Miller from the Super Zero Podcast and What She’s Having Podcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen Surviving Desire, one of Hal Hartley’s early films that takes a unique look at a specific type of relationship. And in return, I ask her why she hadn’t seen TMNT, the 2007 animated film in between the original live action turtle films and the recent live action/CGI hybrid film-soon-to-be-films.
“Tetsuo the Iron Man/Meet the Feebles”
Lindsey Street (French Toast Sunday) joins me for another episode, as we look at two of the more random titles from the list. We kick things off with one of Peter Jackson’s early films “Meet The Feebles”, a warped take on “The Muppets” who its probably easier to list what they don’t do than trying to cover all the random and twisted acts he manages to cram in. We also look at Shinya Tsukamoto’s cult cyberpunk body horror in which saleryman finds himself turning into a walking scrap pile in this highly original film which would serve as the breakout for its director. All this plus we discuss the summer release schedule, the cinema experience and the directors who owe their careers to splatter plus much more!!
Subject: Cinema #491
THIS WEEK: Although we haven’t yet had a chance to see it yet, “The Stanford Prison Experiment” came out this week, and in tribute, our segments feature a LOT of prison and jail related films…
MICRO FOCUS – “Chicago”
FREEZE FRAME – Google drops a smoking gun in it’s case against MPAA and Mississippi Attorney General
UNDER THE RADAR – “Machete Maidens Unleashed”
FETHIVAL FLASH – Venice and Toronto are announcing soon
REWIND REVIEW – “Do I Sound Gay?”
CURRENT REVIEWS – “Paper Towns” (And Night on The Towns) and “Pixels”
Also this week: Three Minute Weekend
What’s up, what’s happening, whats going on people? Tank and I take to the airwaves to discuss the latest big time summer releases! In this ep, we talk Ant Man, Minions, and Terminator Genysis. Do we see eye to eye? Which one of these movies sets Tank off? Are any of them worth your summer movie dollar? In addition, in light of the recent trend to resurrect long dormant franchises with fresh sequels (a la Jurassic World and Terminator Genysis) we discuss which films embody the best and worst of this trend. It’s a great episode, you wont want to miss it, check it out!!
“Manos: The Hands of Fate”
In the infamous Manos: the Hands of Fate, a family (and their little dog too) gets lost in the back roads of rural Texas and stumbles upon a hidden, sinister, devil-worshiping cult led by the fearsome Master and his hunched over man-servant Torgo. Guess roadside assistance was hard to come by. General rule: avoid abandoned homes in the middle of nowhere, tended to by weirdo midget manservants. There is a very odd subplot involving a vice squad busting teens making out in convertibles, with booze stashed in glove compartment. FYI, the robe above makes a very bold and quite awesome fashion statement. The movie, very unfairly described as one of the worst of all time, is coming to Blu-Ray in October. It makes a perfect stocking stuffer.
Also this week: Social Media & Horror Movies
“Would you consider the cinema of the Ukraine?” On this show Will is once again joined by Dara to discuss Mission Impossible (1996) and one of cinema’s greatest exploding helicopter scenes. Among the points of discussion: Tom Cruise as an action star, whatever happened to Emilio Estevez, and whether the film suffers from the “Big Momma’s House” syndrome.
French Toast Sunday #241
We are clearly happy to be back to the show as we gush about our favorite teenage romances in film