Lambcast #716 Last Chance to Catch Up with 2023

by Richard Kirkham · January 3, 2024 · Featured, LAMBcast, Uncategorized · No Comments

We can’t really keep up with every movie that gets released, but that is especially true in December when big budget holiday releases and specialty Oscar bait, compete for our attention. This week is a free for all, because the six guests and the host, are welcome to talk about any movies that got released in the last six weeks of the year.

We are saving our Top Ten Lists for the next episode, but some of those films might sneak onto this week’s show, you never know. Nicole Ayers has a lot to say about “Ferrari”, and wrestling fans can look forward to Todd Liebenow’s thoughts on “The Iron Claw”. Howard Casner wants you to see a Kaiju movie, and Richard and James Wilson are flabbergasted at a movie they loved which they had not expected to. Thomas Stoneham Judge has it in for some of these films, but he saw some movies he liked as well.

So imagine that you are shopping for some films, listen to the reviews, and fill your cart with whatever films seem interesting to you. Just don’t overdraft your credit card or bother with “Finestkind”.


2023 Films 3:06

Exit Question of the Week 1:30:20

Plugs 1:46:15

Nicole Short Film Slam

Thomas ForReel Movie News

Todd The Forgotten Filmcast

Howard Pop Art

James Blogging By Cinema Light

MovieRob It’s A Wonderful Life Minute by Minute

KAMAD 2023 Wrap-up

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