Lambcast #553 MOTM Host

by Richard Kirkham · October 14, 2020 · Uncategorized · No Comments

It’s October, the Movie of the Month is Halloween themed, in other words scary, and Jay is back with Richard for the Podcast. Neither one of them has to do the heavy lifting however, because Jason Soto was the film’s champion, so he gets to “Host”,,,get it?

Those three were joined by Lisa Leaheey and, newcomer to the podcast, Stuart Bannerman. Together in an on-line chat very similar to the film, they discuss the merits of this “found footage” social media based horror film, set during the current pandemic. It is the most timely film to be MOTM and also the shortest, clocking in at a chilling 55 minutes. 

So come on and listen to see how five people on line can scare the crap out of each other, is that the movie or the podcast? 

Stuart Ranks The James Bond Actors  5:00

Jason “Hosts” Host  9:35

Rants, Raves and Reviews  57:28

Jason’s Netflix Game 1:16:50

Plugs   1:23:45

Outtakes   1:32:25

Jason  “Whatever with Jason Soto

Lisa “Critical Movie Critics” 

Stuart “From Page 2 Screen

Richard “Kirkham a Movie A Day

Jay “Deep Blue Sea: The Podcast” 


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