Lambcast #727 “Spoiler Alert!”

by Richard Kirkham · April 8, 2024 · Featured, LAMBcast, Uncategorized · No Comments

Everyone knows that spoilers are irritating to film fans who have not yet seen the movie. Here on the LAMBcast however, most of us have seen these movies so we are not afraid to talk about them, in particular the key elements that might spoil the movie for you. This week’s episode is the antithesis of what we usually try to do here. We are not coy about giving away the ending of a movie, a plot twist or two, or revealing the presence of a character you may not have known was in the film. That is the whole point this week.

Howard Casner of “Pop Art” reveals that he has a secret crush on Marlene Dietrich, since two of his spoilers feature her in the cast, including a fairly obscure Hitchcock film. James Wilson may be “Blogging by Cinema Light” but he can see that Charles Foster Kane is living in arrested development. MovieRob meanwhile, is trying to track down Keyser Söze, and can’t quite figure out why he is so hard to find.

Some spoilers are so well known that they have become tropes in other films, or punchlines in parody movies. We venture into a few of those as well. So if you have seen dead people, or your sister is also your daughter, or you are standing in line on Tuesday to get your bag of green wafers, you will completely understand.

We have given you fair warning. Proceed at your own risk,


Round One Spoilers 3:10

Round Two Spoilers 16:05

Round Three Spoilers 34:06

Spoiled Rotten (for us or Bad Twists) 41:25

Exit Question of the Week 1:00:00

Howard Pop Art

James Blogging by Cinema Light

MovieRob MovieRob

Richard KAMAD

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