Apologies to anyone looking forward to the previously-scheduled episode of Lamby-Weds this week, alas once again life got in the way for many of our couples, so in impromptu round of Whatcha Been Watchin’ Lately was hastily thrown together instead!
Joining Jay to discuss movies and more were Rebecca Sharp, Richard Kirkham, The Vern and Vern’s ScreenTrax co-host Jordan Jeske. We talked about A Dog’s Purpose, Bates Motel, Permanent Vacation, Trainspotting 2 and The Lost Weekend.
Also as this is the first show recorded since the Oscar nominations were annoucned, it’s pretty easy to guess what overshadowed the Rants and Raves this week. Also on tap: a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing, plus the Lambcast’s first (and hopefully last) in-show heckler.
04:04 A Dog’s Purpose discussion
14:42 Bates Motel discussion
21:10 Permanent Vacation discussion
27:25 Trainspotting 2 discussion
38:49 The Lost Weekend discussion
47:25 Rants & Raves
64:12 Last Lamb Standing
Kirkham A Movie A Day: A Dog’s Purpose review, The Lost Weekend review
Forgotten Filmcast: Greased Lightning
Blazing Saddles show
The Strother Martin Film Project
Hell or High Water Best Picture nominee LAMB post
Director’s Chair – Asif Kapadia
Director’s Chair Introduction – Richard Curtis
Cult Chops – Kaiju Movies
LambScores – Hidden Figues, Patriots Day, 20th Century Women, Live By Night
The Lamb Devours The Oscars: Best Original Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Visual Effects, Best Cinematography, Best Picture Nominee – Hell Or High Water
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