Jesus loves winners, and that means he must be a fan of Drop Dead Gorgeous, the wearer of July’s Movie of the Month tiara and sash, so let’s talk about it!
Jay and Richard were joined by the film’s champion, Doug, as well as Sean and newcomer Jon to discuss why Drop Dead Gorgeous was a critical and commercial failure, why it absolutely should not have been, plus lots of comparisons to the far...
All hail the Night Monkey!
Richard and Jay were joined by Courtney, Bubbawheat and newcomer Rishabh to discuss the MCU follow-up Avengers: Endgame. How does it compare? What about to Spider-Man: Homecoming? Or The Amazing Spider-Man? All this and more on this week’s show!
03:28 Rishabh ranks the Jurassic franchise
06:35 Spider-Man: Far From Home...
Previously we’ve held drafts on films released in 1984, 1987 and 1999, and now 1989 is joining this illustrious group as we compete to build teams of films for you to vote upon!
Richard and Jay were joined by Tank, Todd, Mark and Marc for some very unorthodox picks, but also a big celebration of films reaching their 30th birthday. You can vote on the teams below, but listen to the show first, it’s very...
The toys are back in town, and here on the Lambcast we’re making use of the rare opportunity of a Pixar film being simultaneously released in the UK and USA (and Australia) by covering it on the show! So pick your moving buddy, grab your accessories and steer clear of the poisoned water hole, we’re going on a road trip!
Jay and Richard are joined by Doug and newcomer Thomas to discuss everything in the new film and...
This week we’re talkin’ bout Shaft, can you dig it?
Richard was Jay-less, but was still joined by Amanda and Troy to dig into not just the latest iteration of Shaft, but also the original, its two sequels, a brief dalliance in the TV show and topping it off with the 2000 addition as well.
03:05 Amanda ranks the Bond actors
05:01 Shaft (1971)
For our first dedicated female-directed special Movie of the Month we’re looking at a film that doesn’t shy away from tackling some big issues head on. The Breadwinner may not be the most well known film, but it’s still worthy of seeking out.
Jay and Richard were joined by the film’s champion, Tony, as well as Jess to discuss the animation, lack of bread-making and many depressing story aspects of the...
He may be king of the monsters, but is Godzilla king of the movies?
Jay and Richard were joined by Tony, Nick and James to discuss the latest Godzilla film, the humans who appear in it for some reason and the other giant monsters whose fighting is all we really came for.
Also on tap: Rants, Raves and Reviews of the Week, plus a titan-themed game!
2:10 Nick ranks the Jurassic Park...
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...
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]
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.
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...
The Godfather! Back to the Future! Indiana Jones! Airport! … Species? That’s right, the latest addition to the ranks of our Movie of the Month franchise specials is the Species franchise, which also joins Airport in garnering my response of “Wait, that’s a franchise?”
As the series’ champion, Vern is once again hosting another Movie of the Month show about a subject with a less than fresh...