by Dylan · December 3, 2013 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 2 Comments

catching fire trailerNo need for any fancy introduction this time out: it’s the sequel to the massive hit The Hunger Games, and it’s going to be one of the biggest commercial hits of the year.  As such, the LAMBcast does its duty and covers the film with an episode devoted to it.  On hand for the GAMES (not only did I go there, but I went BIG!) were your host Dylan, as well as French Toasties Lindsay and Jess, in addition to TWO newcomers to the show, J.D. Duran of InSession Film and Matt Oakes of Silver Screen Riot.

After that, we Ranted and/or Raved, as well as played some silly games.

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  1. jaycluitt says:

    Dylan, I was going to have a very similar rant on the Discussion episode. I sat down to watch Dredd on DVD the other day, thinking I had plenty of time to squeeze it in before going to see Gravity, but the thing had 6 (no exaggeration, I counted) trailers, which couldn’t be skipped or even fast-forwarded, so I ended up having to finish the film when I got back from Gravity.

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