This Week in the LPN 7-21

by Bubbawheat · July 22, 2015 · Featured, Podcasts · 1 Comment

There’s more than just the Lambcast in the Lamb Podcasting Network and each week I’m here to share some of the other shows worth listening to that have released an episode within the past week, if you’re not subscribed to all of the network shows, make sure you stop by here in case you find something new that you fancy, I will also toss in the occasional news and featured episode. Descriptions of the episodes are taken from the posts themselves.

Also, if you’re a member of the LPN and have any announcements: hiatuses, returns, call for guests feel free to let me know and I’ll feature it on one of these posts. Now, onto the shows!

Walt Sent Me #36

“The Great Mouse Detective”

The new episode of Walt Sent Me is here and this time we go back into the realm of Disney’s animated feature films. This time Kristen and Todd discuss a film that came just before the Disney Renaissance…1986’s The Great Mouse Detective. We also keep the detective theme going with the 1952 Goofy short How to be a Detective.

Stop Button Favorites #6

“Innocent Blood”

An audio commentary for John Landis’s 1992 film, “Innocent Blood,” produced by Lee Rich and Leslie Belzberg for Warner Bros. Synced to the iTunes HD video.

Movie Mavericks #276

“Pixels, Paper Towns, Southpaw Predictions, Trainwreck Review, Suicide Squad, The Revenant Trailers”

Episode two-hundred and seventy six. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the latest in movie news, box office numbers and trailers. Box Office Ace Predictions: Pixels, Paper Towns, Southpaw. Trivial Trivia: Who is the only SNL cast member to ever be nominated for “Best Actor in a Leading Role”? Debate/Conversation Topic: Mad Max Black and White version is scrapped. Reviews: Trainwreck, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Monsters: Dark Continent. Plus much more, tune in now!

Subject: Cinema #490


THIS WEEK: In honor of the release of Marvel’s “Ant-Man”, Subject:CINEMA is getting totally BUGGY this week – all our featured movies will be filled with creepy crawlies and bugs, and spiders, and….AAAGGGGGGGHHHHHH! MICRO FOCUS – “Them!” (1954) FREEZE FRAME – Warner Bros OVER REACTS to Comic Con “thefts” UNDER THE RADAR – “Big Ass Spider!” DEJA VIEW – “Phase IV” DRIVE IN DUNGEON – “The Swarm” CURRENT REVIEWS – “Ant-Man” (What else?) PLUS 13th Annual Brattle Theatre Trailer Treats and Trailer Smackdown And more!

Also this week: Three Minute Weekend

Really Awful Movies #47

“Day of the Animals”

Another 1970s animal attack feature, Day of the Animals is full of corniness and surprises. “If there’s a god left to believe in…you’ve made a jackass out of me for years!”, exclaims an enraged Leslie Nielson in one of the film’s most outrageous moments. The Naked Gun star plays an ad man who, along with a bunch of other tourists, is trekking through the California woods with some tour guides. Unfortunately for them, but fortunately for us, there’s a problem with the ozone layer and animals are being affected. There are lots of foreboding shots of predatory animals. We love nature run amok and this one is pretty good. There’s a few inventive kills, a couple of true surprises, and good (well, maybe not so good, they are inexplicably attacking, after all) -natured silliness all around.

Father Nerds Best #14

“The Red Capes Are Coming”

This week the guys talk about the newly released Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad trailers from Comic-Con. They were both able to see Jurassic World, and they bring you their full review. Shane also gives his thoughts on Kung Fury (SPOILER: Watch it now) and The Battery. Enjoy.

French Toast Sunday #240

“Movies That Make You Sweat”

We apologize for our unexpected hiatus and talk about our favorite movies that make us SWEAT.

The Lair of the Unwanted #109

“Murica is Golden”

It’s that time of year to celebrate this great country, AMERICA! Jason and Nolahn proudly wear their red, white, and blues, pop up a beer, and shoot some guns in the air! Nolahn gives a great State of the Union and then they Come Clean about the most AMERICAN movie that’s ever America’d! FUCK YEAH!!! Then they discuss the SUPER American film Showdown in Little Tokyo which features the most epic one liner to kill all one liners.

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