It’s time to vote for October’s Movie of the Month, horror special! The poll is at the bottom of the page, but first, the contenders!
The Haunting (1963 [Howard Casner, Rantings and Ravings]
Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964) [Troy Anderson, Andersonvision]
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) [Daniel Lackey, Lackey on Film]
As you should already know by now, Mickey Rooney is our actor of the month in the newly-revived Acting School 101 feature, being hosted by me, MovieRob. Alongside the monthly blogathon held here on the LAMB site, I will also be hosting a monthly podcast episode devoted to the actor and their roles, and wouldn’t you know it but that’s this very show here!
I was joined by Tiffany from the Pure Entertainment Preservation...
Yes I’m proud of that title. Judge all you like. Given the reviews below, it may well be better than the two films we’re looking at this week. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Christopher Robin and The Spy Who Dumped Me:
LAMB Average: 3.39 (9 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (5)
Wherever I Look (5)
The Boardman Review...
What do you do when you host a podcast, but there are no big movie releases and no obvious tie-ins to current events? It’s simple, you do a show on pretty much anything, and we call them Bring A Discussion Topics.
Whilst Jay was off gallivanting around Wales, Richard stepped into the hosting chair and was joined by Audrey, Howard, Todd and Vern to cover every aspect of the movie-loving experience, from theatres to...
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
We’re back to the usual format for September’s MOTM, and the usual method of winning – campaigning a lot – has won out again, and it has done so for one of our most winningest MOTM champions. There was a wide variety of movies pitched for September’s poll, but the winner is… Showgirls!…...
Lambscores have been pretty mediocre-to-poor the past few weeks, but those days are behind us as today we’re looking at the latest and potentially best Mission: Impossible movie! Christopher McQuarrie has broken the chain of each new instalment having a unique director, but it’s difficult to complain when the results are this gripping. Also covered this week is Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, an animated DC film that’s...
As the summer blockbuster season draws to a close it’s time to look ahead to the next stage in the cinematic odyssey that is 2018: Award’s Season, when the films have fewer literal explosions, but more metaphorically explosive performances, space jazz and shirtless Hemsworths.
Jay and Richard were joined by Audrey, Kristen and Tony to look ahead at potentially the best of what the rest of this year has to...
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 Edward Norton.
We received a total of 156 reviews for 19 films that Edward Norton had parts in.
That’s quite an impressive amount.
Let’s see what the members of the LAMB community thought of Edward Norton’s career:
25th Hour (1)
American History X (2)
Apparently it’s sequel week here at Lambscores, as today’s selection are the sequels to The Equalizer, a thoroughly underwhelming Denzel Washington action flick that should not have spawned Washington’s first sequel, and Mamma Mia, a film that features far more ABBA music than anything I ever want to encounter. As such I haven’t seen either of this week’s films, and I probably never will....