LAMBcast #83: David Cronenberg

by Shep. Burman · September 11, 2011 · LAMBcast, Podcasts · 3 Comments

In honor of the recent Director’s Chair blog-a-thon celebrating his catalog, the latest LAMBcast takes a look at the work of David Cronenberg, film by film. First-time host James walked Joel, Dan Heaton and first-time LAMBcaster Alan through the eccentric Canadian’s film, and it might surprise you to learn which is the group’s collective favorite. (I’d say “be gentle” to James, but he did a pretty great job his first time out.)

Also on tap:

* Rants of the Week
* Raves of the Week
* Last LAMB Standing

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3 Responses to LAMBcast #83: David Cronenberg

  1. cinemasights says:

    I’m not going to be gentle to James. He was too ridged, uptight and kept repeating the same things. Terrible, terrible host.

    Honestly, I thought it would be worse and was surprised I didn’t end up being totally inept. Dan, Joel and Alan had a lot of great things to say to make up for some of my stumbling. It probably would have been better if I had prepared a bit more, but I think the episode went well.

  2. JoelB says:

    Don’t be so harsh now guys. =) It was a nice round-up talk on Cronenberg. However, you could probably start a drinking game on me saying “structured” on the lambcast hahah.

    I’m 0 for 4 at the Last Lamb Standing. There should be a leaderboard widget for that on here. =)

  3. Great job guys. Made me want to go out and see a few Cronenbergs!

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