by Jay Cluitt · November 8, 2017 · Featured, LAMBcast, New Release, Podcasts · 2 Comments

It may not be the 400th episode just yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s not time to party! Thor’s back for his third standalone outing, and it’s possibly the craziest Marvel movie to date.

Jay was joined by JD Duran, DJ Valentine, Jeanette Ward and Simon Appleton to battle it out in the arena over whether Thor: Ragnarok is just too funny, and whether anyone other than Jeff Goldblum actually needed to be in it.

Also on tap: a very passionate round of rants and raves of the week and a game of Last Lamb Standing.

00:00 Intros
02:58 Thor: Ragnarok initial thoughts, spoiler-free
11:59 Thor: Ragnarok deeper discussion [SPOILERS!]
55:23 Rants and Raves
80:48 Last Lamb Standing
88:35 Plugs
97:13 Outtakes

Show notes:
Empire’s Jeff Goldblum interview
Taika Waititi Lambcast
Black Panther trailer

JD’s Plugs:
Insession Film

DJ’s Plugs:
Simplistic ReviewsHalloween episode, Killer Klowns From Outer Space commentary, Halloween Safety PSA

Jeanette’s Plugs:
The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl Geostorm
Tamarind Tribal Belly Dancing

Simon’s Plugs:
Moustache Movie NewsGeostorm

Jay’s Plugs
Life Vs Film

LAMB Plugs:
Lambscores – Blade Runner 2049, Victoria & Abdul, The Mountain Between Us
Acting School: Charles Bronson
Director’s Chair: George A. Romero
Vote for the Horror Sequel Draft!

Vote for December’s Movie of the Month!

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