Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about the latest big movies:
LAMB Average: 3.75 (10 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (5)
Often Off Topic (4)
Screen Zealots (4)
The Code is Zeek (3.5)
Matthew Liedke on Film (3.5)
The MN Movie Man (3.5)
Paul’s Trip to the Movies (3.5)
Silver Screen Riot (3.5)
James Bond is back, and so are we to talk about him and his next batch of exploits.
Richard and Jay are joined by Jeanette, Heather and Sean to discuss four movies, three Bonds, three Blofelds one incredibly realistic compressed gas canister and our most divisive Bond yet, plus breakfast “sausage” and running with geese!
4:47 Sean ranks the Jurassic Park franchise
7:16 Our histories with...
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon! June is our first ever female directed special (but not our first ever female-directed MOTM) and we had fifteen female-directed films submitted to choose from, ranging from classic noir to modern horror, through 80s fun and gritty comic book movies. Basically, if you’re looking for a varied list of films directed by women to sink your teeth into, look no further. However there can be...
People keep asking if we’re covering Parabellum and I haven’t really had an answer, but yeah, I’m thinking we’re covering Parabellum.
Richard and Jay were joined by DJ, Heather and Courtney to peer through the bulletholes and paw at the awesome canine carnage of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.
3:29 Parabellum review [Spoiler-free]
Just one movie this week, not sure you’ll have heard of it, some low budget superhero film, like the 20-somethingth in its franchise so I’m shocked it didn’t go direct to video. Well, apparently some folks saw it, so here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Avengers: Endgame:
LAMB Average: 4.41 (22 sites)
The Critical Movie...
It’s Lambpardy time again!
Returning champion Troy Anderson is here to defend his title for the first – and maybe last? – time, squaring off against Lambpardy newcomers Amanda Kirkham and Mark Hofmeyer. Who will win? Who will snap the others out of existence? Listen to find out! Also on tap: Rants, Raves and Reviews of the Week, another game, and tangents! Tangents everywhere! Thanks to Todd, Rob and Tank...
Just the one film this week, with The Curse of La Llorona offering counter-programming against next week’s Avengers: Endgame. And counter-programming in this sense doesn’t just mean horror instead of family-oriented, but also terrible as opposed to amazing (spoilers for next week). Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about The Curse of La Llorona:
The Curse of La...
No, your eyes do not deceive you, we’re covering a horror movie in May, and a recent one at that. Up is down, left is right, heads will roll. Hereditary received much critical acclaim in 2018, but what do we on the Lambcast think of it?
Jay and Richard were joined by Damien, Getter and the film’s champion, Sean, to discuss pigeons, poles and Paimon, amongst many other things.
It’s time to vote for June’s movie of the month, female director special! The poll is at the bottom of the page, but first, the contenders!
Outrage (1950) – [Will Slater, Exploding Helicopter]
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) – [Todd Liebenow, Forgotten Filmz]
Testament (1983) – [Troy...
It’s here! The culmination of a decade of Marvel movies, most of which we’ve covered on their own dedicated shows, and we’re continuing the tradition with Avengers: Endgame. The tradition also continues with Jay not being here to discuss it (seriously, this is never planned, but he’s always on vacation or unavoidably busy whenever these movies he loves get released).
Have no fear though,...
I was away last week so there’s a double dose of Lambscores today! Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Missing Link, Shazam!, Pet Sematary, Hellboy and The Best Of Enemies:
LAMB Average: 3.83 (9 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (4.5)
The Code is Zeek (4)
The Critical Movie Critics (4)
Here on the Lambcast we love drafts, and we love Marvel movies, so let’s do a Marvel Movie Draft!
However, this is a draft unlike any we’ve done before. Jay and Richard were joined by Jeanette, DJ, Bubbawheat and Cameron to not pick Marvel movies, but instead try to build their own from various components in existing films. Everyone had to pick a hero, a love interest, a parent/mentor, two buddies or sidekicks, a...