Lambcast #335 Streets of Fire MOTM

by Jay Cluitt · August 17, 2016 · Featured, LAMBcast, MOTM, Podcasts · 1 Comment

Flock of seagulls haircuts! Rick Moranis in a serious role! Willem Dafoe in black PVC waders! That’s right, this week we’re talking about Walter Hill’s Streets of Fire!
streets of fire

Jay Cluitt was joined for the latest Movie of the Month by Will Slater, Todd Liebenow and the film’s champion, Richard Kirkham, to dig into this 1984 cult classic.

Also on the show: Rants and Raves of the Week, a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing, we find out which film would be improved with Willem Dafoe’s penis and Todd takes Will and Jay overground and underground on an entirely unexpected nostalgic trip to their childhood TV.

Here’s what the rest of the LAMB community has to say about Streets of Fire:
Forgotten Filmcast
From the Depths of DVD Hell
Kirkham A Movie A Day
Man I Love Films
Public Transportation Snob

It’s also time to vote for the next movie of the month:

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One Response to Lambcast #335 Streets of Fire MOTM

  1. Dar says:

    This awesome movie apparently inspired the video game “Final Fight”.

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