The holiday season often leaves a lot of us movie bloggers sat at home, enduring time with our families instead of being at work, which means our movie-watching figures tend to receive a little boost. It seems only fitting therefore that this week’s show be devoted to all the many movies we’ve been watching lately.
A rather sickly Jay Cluitt was joined by his co-host Robert Zerbe, as well as Dylan Fields, Todd Liebenow and Daniel Lackey to talk musicals, martial arts, superheroes, documentaries and festive cheese. Also on tap are Rants and Raves of the week and a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing.
Apologies in advance, the audio isn’t great on this show. There’s a bit of an echo, which I’ve tried to remove as best I can. It’s bearable, but I apologise anyway, and I’ve worked out the problem, which will be all fixed by next week’s show.
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