Lambcast #581 Roll Your Own Top 5

by Richard Kirkham · April 27, 2021 · Featured, LAMBcast, Roll Your Own Top 5 · No Comments

Our bi-annual visit to the library of lists, yields five distinct sets of interest on this week’s show. Richard is joined by Heather Baxendale Walsh, David Brook, Stephen Palmer and Rebecca Sharp on a round robin dicusiion of some interesting movie topics.

Do you like books, well we have a list that gives you a chance to think about what kind of movie your favorite book would make. How about road trip films? This week the road gets a little twisted and colorful.  Does that all sound too noisy for you, don’t worry, there is a list that addresses that issue as well. If you are feeling particularly stabby this week, this is also a show that will slash across time and pierce your heart with joy. Bombastic joy is also a bit muted as we pay tribute to Wagnerian Opera in film, you’ll see.


It’s the best kind of Lambcast, where eccentric people gather with peculiar interests and spill them all over one another. No game this week, and Richard forgot to have everybody give plugs for their current projects, but don’t worry, there are links below for you to follow for those things. 


Lists   3:00

Rants/Raves/Reviews   2:00:20


Rebecca   New Asgard  

Heather  @themfilcast on Insta and FB  Headertime   MILFcast on Twitch  

Stephen   Asian Cinema Club Podcast   

David  Blueprint: Review  

Richard   KAMAD   

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