Originally kast as the klueless kharacter who has to have all of the plot and scenario explained to him, Richard was dropped from the production and Howard Kasner replaced him in the lineup. While not quite as klueless, Howard does manage to get a batch of nerdy fans thru a discussion of the latest movie based on a videogame to come down the chute.
Howard was joined in the lineup by Kameron Kanachki, Lisa Leaheey, Jeffrey Lyles and Jeanette Ward. After a relatively brief opening section that is spoiler free, they pour a whole bunch of quarters into the machine so that can talk freely about kharacters who were in the film, kharacters who were not in the film, how the film matched up with it’s forbearers, and generally everything a nerd would want to know about the movie.
We also discover how a group of people can be suckered into an ambush by a relatively quiet person with a lot of Australian films on their mind. There are also plenty of Rants, Raves and reviews to make another visit to the Lambcast worth your time.
Spoiler Free Kombat Discussion
Spoiler filled Kombat Discussion 17:30
They come from the Land Down Under Game 1:21:00
Lisa Leaheey The Critical Movie Critics
Jeanette Ward The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl
Cameron Kanachki Not Currently Writing Anything
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