For part of the recent 400th Lambcast Spectacular we held a mini James Bond Draft, and now it’s time to vote for the winner! Dylan, Richard and Jay all competed to build the best trio of James Bond movies. You can vote at the bottom, but first let’s look at the teams:
Dylan’s Team: Skyfall, Licence to Kill, A View To A Kill
Jay’s Team: Goldfinger,...
My Girl! My Girl? My Girl! Talkin’ ’bout My Girl!
My Girl won the Movie of the Month for November, so we covered it as one of the mini segments in the epic 400th Lambcast Extravangaza, but it didn’t feel right to short change the movie like that. To make up for it, Kristen, Audrey and Jay stuck around and recorded this special bonus discussion, to dig a little deeper than we were able to do in...
So apparently the LAMB celebrated it’s 10th birthday a few weeks ago (October 31st to be exact) but what with all the hubbub around other areas of life it somehow got forgotten. Worry not dear flock, for though it was not technically intended for that celebration we have decided to mark the occasion with what is easily the most ambitious, and ultimately most time-consuming to edit Lambcast show in the history of the LAMB, it’s our...
A lack of major releases means the few smaller films just about scraped through on their review counts, though one of them is one of the worst reviewed films of the year. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Geostorm, Only The Brave, The Snowman, The Killing of a Sacred Deer:
The Killing Of A Sacred Deer
LAMB Average: 4.00 (6 sites)
Silver Screen Riot...
Welcome Back Students!
Rob from MovieRob here!
Like The Director’s Chair series being run by Tony, I think that this reignited series is a great way to get a look at what the members of the Lamb community think about the work of some of the most prolific actors/actresses who have been entertaining us all for so many years.
I plan to try and focus on an actor or actress every month who has a birthday in that given...
This month’s Acting School 101 teacher was Charles Bronson.
We received a total of 23 reviews for 16 films that he had parts in.
Let’s see what the members of the LAMB community thought of Bronson’s career:
Battle of the Bulge (1)
No big releases this week, but still a couple of interesting titles. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about The Foreigner and Happy Death Day:
LAMB Average: 3.50 (7 sites)
Kirkham A Movie A Day (4)
The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl (4)
Wherever I Look (4)
Keith Loves Movies (3.5)
The Critical Movie Critics...
It may not be the 400th episode just yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s not time to party! Thor’s back for his third standalone outing, and it’s possibly the craziest Marvel movie to date.
Jay was joined by JD Duran, DJ Valentine, Jeanette Ward and Simon Appleton to battle it out in the arena over whether Thor: Ragnarok is just too funny, and whether anyone other than Jeff Goldblum actually needed...
For some reason in last week’s round-up I proclaimed that next week, which of course is now this week, we’d be looking at the reviews of, amongst others, the My Little Pony Movie. Sure it was released along with the other three of this week’s new movies, but why I thought we’d get any reviews for it, let alone enough to do a Lambscores post, I’ve no idea. Regardless we’ll carry on Pony-less and dig into...
With the release of Thor: Ragnarok just around the corner (or in some countries, almost two weeks ago) this week on the Lambcast we’re taking a closer look at its director, Taika Waititi, and the films he made before helming a blockbuster. That’s right, it’s time for the Taika Waititi Director Retrospective!
Jay is back from his honeymoon and completely out of practise at podcast hosting, but it’s...
Lamscores are back! I’ve been away for a month, but now I’ve returned and brought a bumper crop of Lambscores with me, so strap yourself in for the general LAMB consensus on a romcom, two horror remakes, a title that dislikes upper case letters, a spy sequel, another Facebook movie, a block-based martial arts animation, two films with “American” in the title, and something about tennis:
Are you going to see Jigsaw this weekend? WAIT! What if you haven’t had time to watch all 7 previous Saw movies? What if it’s been years since you last saw them? Can you really trust your memory and knowledge of this franchise’s needlessly complex plotting? Well hold up, it’s OK, the Lambcast is here to give you a rundown of the twists, turns and traps before you venture to the cinema.