The holiday season is a busy old time of year for many of us, and here at the Lambcast it’s no exception. However we know our listeners demand content on a weekly basis, so here’s an episode we prepared earlier. It’s the traditional “filler” show of Whatcha Been Watchin’ Lately, however as usual it went onto some ludicrous tangents, and proves once again that the greatest film discussions can come from the most unexpected of places.
Jay Cluitt was joined by Kristen Lopez, Howard Casner and Elwood Jones to talk about a French precursor to Home Alone, an awards contender, film noir and a comedy-romance-fantasy war movie, but is none of that piques your interest, you absolutely need to listen for the Rants and Raves, which need to be listened to, by all. Also, there’s a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing.
02:01 Elwood discusses 3615 Code Père Noël (also known as Deadly Game and Game Over)
11:51 Kristen discusses La La Land
24:40 Howard discusses The Big Sleep
35:19 Jay discusses A Matter of Life and Death
49:31 Rants and Raves
86:59 Last Lamb Standing
From the Depths of DVD Hell – 3615 Code Père Noël review
The Mad Bad and Downright Strange Showcase
TV Good Sleep Bad – Star Wars Christmas Special & Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas, Black Mirror
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