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    by Lindsay Street · Mar 31, 2014 at 3:47 CEST · Film Pasture, Podcasts · 2 Comments

    The Film Pasture Eps 13: Get A Life! I talk with Chris from After Credits and Mette from Lime Reviews and Strawberry Confessions about how we try to manage a blog and while maintaining our personal lives. Enjoy the show and subscribe to the feed by clicking here!

    The stars of the show: Mette from Lime Reviews and Strawberry Confessions & ...

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  • LAMBScores: The Grand Rise of Mr. Peabody & Sherman

    by Shane Slater · Mar 29, 2014 at 1:26 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: The Grand Rise of Mr. Peabody & Sherman

    There’s something for everyone this week with a unique trio of new releases. First we have the latest Wes Anderson flick The Grand Budapest Hotel. Next up, we also have reviews for the animated film Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Finally, we have a big franchise sequel in the form of 300: Rise of an Empire. Find out what the...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Mar 28, 2014 at 23:34 CEST · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 1 Comment

    We’ve done actor drafts on the Lambcast before, but never anything this epic. Host Jay Cluitt was joined by Nolahn, Shane Young, David Brook and former-host Dylan Fields to raid the careers of the Austrian Oak and the Italian Stallion in order to compile the best roster of movies possible.

    The teams they eventually came up with will be posted in a few days to be voted on so be sure to head back here then to vote, but...

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  • 2013 LAMBScores Summary

    by Shane Slater · Mar 28, 2014 at 5:11 CEST · Uncategorized · No Comments
    2013 LAMBScores Summary

    With The Wind Rises finally getting a stateside release, we can finally close the book on the 2013 film year. It was certainly one to remember if the LAMBScores are any indication. A record number of films earned a LAMBScore and one of them was our best reviewed film ever!

    Looking ahead, I’ve adjusted the schedule announcements to better enable some of the limited releases to get a score. Of course, you...

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  • The MOTM for April 2014 will be…

    by Jay Cluitt · Mar 24, 2014 at 19:51 CEST · MOTM, MOTM Champions · 1 Comment
    The MOTM for April 2014 will be…

    I recently put out the call for a new kind of Movie of the Month champion – a trilogy! We had an eclectic bunch of entrants, but as always there can be only one winner…

    …and that winner is Back to the Future! It became pretty clear that this was a two horse race, with the other most critically acclaimed trilogy amongst the competition – The Godfather trilogy – making a valiant effort, but...

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  • LAMBScores: The Son of God Rises

    by Shane Slater · Mar 22, 2014 at 1:28 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: The Son of God Rises

    This week brings a trio of new releases to the LAMBScores. First up is the latest Liam Neeson action-thriller Non-Stop. Next we have Hayao Miyazaki’s swansong The Wind Rises. Finally, we also have reviews for Son of God, adapted from the popular The Bible miniseries. Check below for...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Mar 20, 2014 at 22:08 CEST · Featured, Features, LAMBcast, Podcasts · No Comments

    It seems strangely fitting that a film with so many famous people in it should be discussed on a Lambcast with the fewest amount of guests in over 150 episodes.

    The latest all-star Wes Anderson movie was highly praised by host Jay Cluitt and all-round amazing guest Nick Rehak, who more than made up for the lack of additional guests by being the film’s number one cheerleader.

    Also on tap were many rants and raves of...

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  • St. Patrick’s Day at The LAMB

    by Robert Gannon · Mar 17, 2014 at 15:24 CEST · Featured, Features · 1 Comment
    St. Patrick’s Day at The LAMB

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone. We’re celebrating by looking at films made in Ireland.

    A Belfast Story (The Movie Waffler)

    “The Crush” (The Movie Rat)

    Dark Touch (The Movie Waffler)

    A Fair Lady’s Dark Past (The Movie Waffler)

    In Fear (The Movie Waffler)

    The Irish Pub (The Movie...

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  • Classic Chops: Alfred Hitchcock

    by Todd Liebenow · Mar 15, 2014 at 21:43 CEST · Chops and Scores, Classic Chops · No Comments
    Classic Chops: Alfred Hitchcock

    This edition of Classic Chops is focusing on the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Thanks to all the awesome bloggers who contributed a post! With the start of my favorite sport, baseball, on the horizon the time is right for a sports themed edition of Classic Chops. So, for our next installment we are looking for posts about any pre-1965 sports related films. Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Tennis, Water Polo…you name it. If...

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  • LAMBScores: 3 Days in Pompeii

    by Shane Slater · Mar 15, 2014 at 5:18 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: 3 Days in Pompeii

    We’ve got a minor edition of the LAMBScores this week, with reviews for 3 Days to Kill and Pompeii. Check out those scores below and don’t forget to have your input in the forums.



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    by Jay Cluitt · Mar 15, 2014 at 0:29 CEST · Featured, Features, LAMBcast, MOTM, Podcasts · No Comments

    Last month the MOTM champion was The Wild Bunch, a testosterone fuelled, bloody classic western. This month you’d find it difficult to find a film more different, as we sat down to discuss the 2012 female-driven a capella romantic comedy, Pitch Perfect.

    Host Jay Cluitt was joined by first time MOTM champion Matt Stewart along with DJ Valentine, Jess Manzo and Bubbawheat to discuss their aca-feeling about the movie, before...

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  • Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The LAMB

    by Robert Gannon · Mar 12, 2014 at 22:26 CEST · Featured, Features · 2 Comments
    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The LAMB

    Robert back again with another national holiday celebration. We’re setting our sights on the cinema of Ireland in honor of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. Ireland is responsible for a lot of films you might not even realize, including a long string of popular animated films in the 80s and 90s (including The Land Before Time, All Dogs Go to Heaven, and The Pebble and the Penguin). It’s also a popular...

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