The cinematic world is full of films forever being remade and rebooted, so it’s time for a whole new kind of Lambcast show devoted to these things, kicking off with a voyage to Skull Island to look at the many faces of King Kong.
Jay Cluitt was joined by Robert Zerbe, Aaron Neuwirth and David Brook to look at the respected original 1933 King Kong, the far sleazier 1976 version and Peter Jackson’s divisive 2005 adaptation. Which is the better film and, more importantly, which features the most cock-blocks? Listen to find out!
Also on tap: Rants and Raves and a couple of far shorter games of Last Lamb Standing than we’ve been used to recently. Dylan will be pleased.
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