We’ve only got one new release on top this week, but it’s a big one. It’s none other than The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. Did the lammies dig this first part of the franchise’s conclusion? Find out below and don’t forget to add your reviews in the forums.
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’twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring except… for the five of us on this podcast talking about Die Hard 2.
It’s the first ever festive-special Movie of the Month (not counting Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, which won regardless of its Christmas-setting) and the character-actor filled action sequel won the poll, allowing Will Slater to take another turn in the...
We’ve got a jam-packed lineup of new releases for you this week, so let’s dig right in. Check out the reviews below for: Birdman, Whiplash, Beyond the Lights, Foxcatcher, Rosewater and Dumb and Dumber To.
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One of the more fascinating box office match-ups played out recently with a pair of high profile November releases. In the end, it was Big Hero 6 that came out on top with its opening weekend gross over Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Of course, this doesn’t speak to the relative quality of either film. Check out the reviews below to see...
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
Seeing as we’re rounding the snow-covered, fairy-lighted, tinsel-bedecked corner of the Holiday Season, we’re having a special festive-themed Movie of the Month for December. I put the call out for movies and champions, and a decidedly eclectic mix of Christmas movies were entered. We had everything from classic family to foreign warfare, forgotten horror to...
We’ve got a creepy double feature on tap for the LAMBScores this week. First up, we have a gaunt Jake Gyllenhaal playing an overzealous journalist in Nightcrawler. We also have Daniel Radcliffe in a strange predicament with Horns. Check out the reviews below and don’t forget to submit yours in the forums.
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The LAMBScores returns this week with a pair of vastly different films. First we have the latest bloody actioner starring Keanu Reeves. We also have a Bill Murray comedy in the form of St. Vincent. Find out below if these films are worth your time and don’t forget to have your say in the forums.
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It’s time for the latest Movie of the Month, and this time we’re heading into the realm of science fiction to look at Stanley Kubrick’s intergalactic classic, 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Host, movie champion and 2001 virgin Jay Cluitt was joined by Robert Zerbe, Jess Manzo and Nick Rehak for an all-French Toast Sunday edition show, during which they all attempted to get to grips with monkeys, monoliths and space...
This week’s LAMBScores brings two new releases. The first is the latest Brad Pitt World War II movie Fury, directed by David Ayer. The other is the latest from Jason Reitman – Men, Women & Children. Find out what the LAMB had to say about these films below.
This week on the LAMBScores we’ve got four new releases for you. Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) stepped out of costume for Kill The Messenger and The Judge respectively, but did they impress the LAMB? Did we need to hear the story of Dracula Untold? Was there...
Happy Halloween everybody! It’ time for a horror edition of Classic Chops. Thanks to all who submitted links!
Our next Classic Chops. Submit any post, article, review, list, etc about any movies…pre-1965. We haven’t been getting as many submissions lately, so let’s step it up people! Free linkage, come on! Send your links to email@example.com by midnight on Sunday Nov 16.
On this week’s LAMBScores we have a hot new release and another one that’s…not so hot. David Fincher’s latest feature Gone Girl hit the zeitgeist in a major way this fall, while the horror flick Annabelle failed to muster up much excitement. Find out what the LAMBs had to say below: