War is upon us in the latest Lambcast, as we take on the film that sees the apes taking on the humans once again in the battle for world domination.
Robert Zerbe is in the hosting chair, and was joined by Rebecca Sharp, DJ Valentine, Mario Brown and Howard “The Naysayer” Casner to monkey around with the latest edition to the Apes franchise.
Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a game of Last Lamb Standing.
01:22 War For The Planet Of The Apes initial thoughts
14:21 War For The Planet Of The Apes spoiler discussion
54:18 Rants and Raves
66:37 Last Lamb Standing
Variety article about War For The Planet Of The Apes deserving an honorary Oscar
Andy Serkis to Caesar transformation video
Steve Carrel on Ellen as Gru
Screen Junkies interview Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig
Fantastic Four young adult re-boot
Avengers: Infinity War cast at D23
Vote for Rebecca’s blog to win a Northern Blog Award
Lambscores: 47 Meters Down, All Eyez On Me, Cars 3, Rough Night & The Book Of Henry
Acting School 101 – Sean Connery introduction
Director’s Chair: Richard Linklater
Director’s Chair: Akira Kurosawa announcement
Vote for August 2017’s Movie of the Month
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