Lambcast #568 WhatCha Been Watchin’

by Richard Kirkham · January 27, 2021 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts, WBWL · No Comments

The originally scheduled film for this podcast was pushed back (big surprise) so an old reliable has been plugged into it’s spot. Welcome to WhatCha Been Watchin’, our catch all show where anything can crop up as a film for discussion. It all depends on the sheep who show up.

We have a mixed flock of podcasters this week who when they had time in the last week or so, saw a variety of films. Lisa Leaheey and Damien Riley are horror hounds, so it was not a big reveal to discover they have been spending time with disturbing images and frightening stories

Recently minted LAMB Adam Call Roberts threw in some classic movies and a silent film that everyone can enjoy on that most accessible free platform. Howard Casner spends all his time on the Criterion Channel so you will get some quality films in his list. Richard Kirkham takes us back to the 1970s and 90s for his movie menu this week.

You really should spend some time listening to the show and finding out about the folks who make up your flock.


Let’s Meet Adam 3:33

Watched Lists 6:45

Rants/Raves/Reviews 1:53:00

Lisa Critical Movie Critics  

Howard  Pop Art  

Adam  Films Ranked  

Damien  Riley on Film

Richard  KAMAD

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