Lambcast #606 Cube MOTM

by Richard Kirkham · October 22, 2021 · Featured, LAMBcast, MOTM · No Comments

Happy Halloween everyone, it’s that time of the year that our community likes to spend some time exploring horror themes. The October Movie of the Month is a Science Fiction/Horror film that takes a concept used in the “Saw” series and puts it into a sci-fi context. “Cube” is a real puzzle box of a story where the setting literally is a puzzle box. Lisa LeaHeey takes over as host as the champion of the film.

There are seven characters in the film, two of which leave the stage pretty quickly, and the five we are left with confront the usual problem with horror films, the question of who the real monsters are. Personalities clash, theories abound, and math is required to save your life. The puzzle of the box includes a variety of traps that could lead to death, but the film is surprisingly tempered in exploiting the deaths in the story.

We play a game as well, but no dismemberment was involved.

There are a lot of ideas for horror films to watch, game based films to catch up with and new films that have revealing trailers. 


Cube Discussion

More Spoilers



Game of Games Games


Lisa   The SibList  

Todd  Forgotten Films   Walt Sent Me  In and Around Denver  

Nick  Rehak Radio  DBS:The Podcast Shark Night  PopCorn Autuer PTA  MFF Soundtracks

Jess   Deep Blue Sea: The Podcast  47 Meters (coming soon)

Richard  KAMAD

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