With the world’s cinema schedule on gone to pot we’ve turned to our regular standby fill-in segment, Whatcha Been Watchin’ Lately! Gird your loins for some film recommendations!
Jay and Richard were joined by James, Jeanette and newcomer Stephen to discuss, dissect and occasionally recommend some films they’ve seen recently. Enjoy!
07:21 Stephen ranks the Bond actors
12:59 James (eventually) comes clean about The Laundromat
25:33 Richard uncovers the truth about They Might Be Giants
41:13 Stephen takes a journey aboard The African Queen
53:37 Jeanette & Jay briefly speak up about Spenser Confidential
57:01 Jeanette is sick of being Always a Bridesmaid
68:06 Jay certainly isn’t The Third Man
82:25 Raves, Raves & Raves!
108:03 Rotten Tomato Catch-Up Game
Monty Python Cheese Shop sketch
Sight & Sound – The Cinema of Walter Murch
The Daily podcast Tom Hanks story
Star Wars Minute podcast
Indiana Jones Minute podcast
The Mindalorian podcast
Tank’s 100 Favorite Comedies
Kirkham A Movie A Day – Laserdisc Wall Update
Lambscores: Onward, The Way Back, Emma
Acting School: Kurt Russell, Eddie Murphy introduction
Director’s Chair: Takeshi Miike introduction
April 2020’s Movie of the Month
Vote for the Movie Monster Draft!
The show can be found, of course, via iTunes – just do a search for “LAMBcast.” Also, I always post a link to the show on the LAMBcast’s Facebook page, and there’s a player there if you’d like to listen online. Find the show here: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/lambcast/episodes/2020-04-01T12_44_01-07_00
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