This Week in the LPN 8-25

by Bubbawheat · August 26, 2015 · Featured, Podcasts · No Comments

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!

InSession Film #131

The Gift, Top 3 Movie Stalkers

This week on the InSession Film Podcast, Justin from The Walking Naked podcast joins us once again, this time for a fun discussion on Joel Edgerton’s The Gift and our Top 3 movie stalkers. We also do a couple of mini reviews of Guy Ritchie’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and The Duff.

Justin was once again a fantastic guest and he brought some really interesting, but great choices for this week’s top 3 segment. We unfortunately had to cut out some films he brought up in the discussion segment, but we will have it available for this week’s bonus content. Also, don’t miss this week’s Extra Film segment, where we discussed Cop Car and The Look of Silence!

Filmwhys #56

Goodfellas and X-Men

Episode #56 of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Nick Rehak from French Toast Sunday who asks me why I hadn’t seen Goodfellas, the quintessential Martin Scorsese film that makes the life of a gangster look almost glamorous. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen the superhero film that really kicked off the modern era of superhero movies, Bryan Singer’s very first X-Men from 2000.

Father Nerds Best #19

Two Podcasters and a Baby

This week we shoot the breeze about all sorts of stuff, and Steven’s baby girl even chimes in.

Movie Mavericks #280

We are Your Friends, No Escape Predictions

Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the latest in movie news, box office numbers and trailers. Box Office Ace Predictions: No Escape, We Are Your Friends Trivial Trivia: Harrison Ford has shared the screen with two former James Bond actors. Name the star and movies. Debate/Conversation Topic: Fifty Shades Darker Closing in on James Foley to Direct Reviews: Fantastic Four, Vacation, The Unauthorized Full House Story Streaming Online Pick of the Week: Homefront, Lord of War. And More!

Subject: Cinema #495

Hero Heat IX: Animated Heat IV

THIS WEEK: OMG – it’s HERO HEAT IX! Wow, nine years – and more hero films than you can shake a stick at! And this year, it’s ALL ANIMATED! Join us for some of the best superhero films on the planet, and all our usual special features too! MICRO FOCUS – “Ultimate Avengers” FREEZE FRAME – Theater Security – what can be done? FETHIVAL FLASH – Austin Film Festival announces slate FRONT ROW FIVE AND TEN – “Top 5 Comic Characters/Groups We Want To See On The Big Screen” CURRENT REVIEWS – “Meru” PLUS America’s Got Talent Semi-Finals coverage, Scream And Shout Out, And MORE

Also this week: Three Minute Weekend

Forgotten Filmcast #57

Wise Guys

On this episode of the Forgotten Filmcast Todd is joined by Brian Stack from Ten K Movies to discuss a rare occurrence…a Brian DePalma comedy. It’s Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo in 1986’s Wise Guys.

Really Awful Movies #53

Swamp Thing

Dr Holland became a human plant hybrid in Swamp Thing, a DC Comics Adaptation by Wes Craven, for whom we have some admiration but who hasn’t done much to ingratiate himself to fans with his recent output. In the Bayou swamps, the good doctor and his sister are doing an experiment trying to create a hybrid character, when it’s interrupted by a paramilitary group who wants to put his research to evil means. This was post-Last House on the Left and Deadly Blessing and was a bit of a departure for Mr. Craven. It features genre favorites Ray Wise, David Hess, Adrienne Barbeau and Louis Jordan. There’s also a horribly obvious rubber suit and the guy who played Paulie in Darkman! Join us as we venture into the Louisiana swamps with Swamp Thing!

Also this week: Episode 53B Turbo Kid

Mad, Bad, and Downright Strange Showcase #24

Popcorn/Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama

Jason Soto (Your Face / The Lair of the Unwanted Podcast) makes his debut appearance on the show this week to look at two films released at the height of the VHS era. Kicking things off we meet an Imp with bad intentions in bad movie legend David DeCoteau’s wonderfully titled “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama”. We also look at the William Castle homage “Popcorn” which not only gives us four movies for the price of one aswell as some truly random moments that even Castle wouldn’t have dared to attempt. All this plus we discuss the career of Ben Affleck, William Castle gimmicks and the appeal of bad movies, plus much more!!

French Toast Sunday #245

Weirdest Movie Boners

Maybe just skip over this episode. Seriously just don’t listen to it. We did one about great actresses recently, try listening to that.

Stop Button Favorites #7

The Faculty

An audio commentary for Robert Rodriguez’s 1998 film, “The Faculty,” produced by Elizabeth Avellan for Dimension Films.

Exploding Helicopter #13

Invasion USA

“I’m gonna hit you with so many rights you’ll be begging for a left.” Pull on your denim jeans and shirt, strap on your Uzis and prepare for war, because we’re looking at the Chuck Norris action classic Invasion USA (1985). On this show, Will is joined by Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films to discuss ‘Cold War cinema’, whether Chuck Norris is the ultimate American male, and whether it’s ethical to blow-up a defenceless helicopter.

Walt Sent Me #38

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

It’s time for an adventure through the backyard as Kristen and Todd discuss the 1989 Disney live-action feature Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Also they look at the short subject that was originally released with this film, Roger Rabbit’s first short Tummy Trouble.

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