All month long we’ve been saying here at the Lambcast that we’re celebrating Halloween, and so far you’d be forgiven for saying “Well, not really.” After all, other than some vaguely horror-themed games of Last Lamb Standing, our Horror-special Movie of the Month was more of a psychological thriller, and last week’s new movie Gone Girl was definitely more of a mystery drama than anything else.
Well, now we’re making up for it with an all-out Horror Movie draft. Regular host and self-confessed horror pussy Jay declined to take part in fear of screaming like a little girl and spontaneously wetting himself, but fortunately his co-host Robert Zerbe was on hand to take over instead. Joining Robert in their quests to build the greatest team of horror movies is Todd Liebenow, Kristen Lopez, Bubbawheat and Daniel Lackey. The teams these guys picked will be up on the LAMB site for voting in a matter of days, to give you a chance to listen to the show first. Once that’s done, make sure you come back and vote!
Also on hand were a couple more games of Last Lamb Standing. Strap yourselves in, it’s a show of epic length with a lot of movies discussed, and don’t expect all the picks to be obvious ones. I’d also like to mention that the above image, which I love by the way, was originally created by Colin Mayne Illustration.
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