Lambcast #561 “Fatman”

by Richard Kirkham · December 8, 2020 · LAMBcast, Uncategorized · No Comments

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down your throat. This weeks Lambcast is all about an unconventional Santa, who we discover is not a hitman but is in fact being stalked by one. Apparently Santa is not the only one keeping a naughty or nice list, and he ended up in the wrong column on one persons list.

Darker Christmas themed movies have always been popular on the Lamb, heck “Die Hard” came close to being named the greatest Christmas movie by out members just a couple of years ago. So you would expect a warm reception from our flock for a film like this. Our podcast guests this week however are delivering a lump of coal for the most part and you should be forewarned.

Lisa, Nick and Rachel join Richard in piling on a bit for a movie that they all wanted to love. Come discover who thought that cookies and milk should be withdrawn from the big guy. Mel Gibson and Walton Goggins promise a fun pairing and an interesting premise, but it looks like somebody received fruitcake instead of the Playstation they asked for. 


Discussion  2:20

Spoilers  25:30

Lambscores  44:15

Rants, Raves or Reviews  46:30

Christmas Gift Tag Game  1:13:30

Plugs 1:44:00

Rachels Wagner Rachel’s Reviews 

Lisa Leaheey  The Critical Movie Critics 

Nick Rehak  Movies, Films and Flix Jet Ski Action Draft

Richard Kirkham  Pop Art with Howard Casner 

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