OK, so it’s about snakes, and they’re on a plane and, well, yeah that’s about it really.
In an unprecedented turn of events Jay went all megalomaniacal shepherd on everyone and forbade any and all other Movie of the Month submissions for August, monopolising the board and only submitting films he wanted to see. The LAMB revolted and selected probably the film he was least excited for on the entire list, Snakes on a Plane, and here we are. He was joined by Richard, Rob, Jason and Jeanette to discuss the surprisingly deep cast, numerous ridiculous deaths and arguably the worst music video/best marching band performances of all time.
Also on tap: rants and raves and our most expletive-laden game in history.
02:48 Snakes on a Plane discussion [SPOILERS!]
55:08 M-F’ing Beasts on M-F’ing Board Game
66:10 Rants and Raves – Out-dated formats edition
Lambcasts: Airport franchise
Snakes on a Plane scenes: venom sucking, “Enough is enough!”, microwave kill
USC Marching Band playing the Snakes on a Plane theme
SNL Lobster Diner sketch
SNL What’s Up With That?
SNL Last Call sketches
Superhero speed dating in Movie 43
Cobra Starship: Bring It!
LL Cool J: Deepest Bluest
Life Vs Film
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