LAMBCAST #285 WHATCHA BEEN WATCHIN’ LATELY?

by Jay Cluitt · September 4, 2015 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 1 Comment

With so many films being released every week, it’s understandable that we can’t devote an entire show to them all, so every so often we need to take a step back and discuss some of those lesser-reported movies, and this is one such week.
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Jay Cluitt was joined by Daniel Lackey, Will Slater, Nick Rehak and newcomer Nicole Ayers to talk about some movies from earlier in the year in the genres of science fiction, comedy drama, spy thriller and indie festival favourite, as well as a film from the 50s that apparently is based on a giant cheese-filled American snack. Who knew?

Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing.

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One Response to LAMBCAST #285 WHATCHA BEEN WATCHIN’ LATELY?

  1. Elwood Jones says:

    Thanks for the plug for both MBDS Showcase and “TV Good Sleep Bad” which further to Jay’s question is available now on ITUNES and Podomatic!!

    Great show

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