It’s time for the some horror over on the Lambcast!
Traditionally the run up to Halloween is dedicated to horror films and franchise here at the LAMB, and that’s no different this year with our horror-themed Movie of the Month. This time around the original 1963 version of The Haunting is our focus, with its champion Howard Casner taking his first seat in the MOTM host chair. He’s joined by Sean, Tony, Richard and Jay to discuss haunted houses, moving statues and things that go thump in the night. Also on tap: Rants, Raves and Reviews of the Week and a fun new game!
02:23 The Haunting review [spoilers]
55:46 Rants, Raves & Reviews
77:20 Horror Characters Game
MOTM shows: The Wicker Man, The Love Witch, The People Under the Stairs, Carry On Screaming, Audition
The Haunting (1963) scenes: opening narration, trapdoor scene, breathing door scene, face in the wall scene
The Haunting (1999) scenes: Owen Wilson in the fireplace
Directors Chair: David Cronenberg announcement
Acting School 101: Jeff Goldblum announcement, Jeff Goldblum podcast episode
Lambscores: A Simple Favor, The Predator, White Boy Rick
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