I know you all listen to the Lamncast every week without fail, intently tuning in to hear our opinions on movies and the world of film, but do you ever want to know more about us, the people behind the podcast? Well worry no more!
It’s been a little while since our last Get To Know Your Lambcasters, and in that time the show has gained a flock of new regular guests, so on this show we’re going to find out a little more about them, who they are, what they love about movies and just how horrible it is to be a film fan. Jay was joined by Howard Casner, Richard Kirkham, Damien Riley and Sean Homrig, and they covered everything from the most realistic depiction of law on film (very unlikely to be what you’d expect) to personal connections to iconic terrible movies. Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a game of Last Lamb Standing.
02:00 Get To Know discussion
66:16 Rants and Raves
87:56 Last Lamb Standing
Life Vs Film
Director of the Month: Ken Loach
Director of the Month Announcement: The Wachowskis
Acting School 101: Bill Paxton
Lambcast Extra Portion: Acting School 101: Bill Paxton’s Top 5 Roles
Cult Chops – Anime
Lambtracks commentary: Jurassic Park 3
Lambscores: The Boss Baby and Ghost in the Shell
Winner of the MOTM poll
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