Posts Tagged ‘The Mummy’

  • LAMBCAST #416: THE MUMMY (1999) MOTM

    by Jay Cluitt · Mar 8, 2018 at 23:41 CET · Featured, LAMBcast, MOTM, MOTM Champions, Podcasts · No Comments
    LAMBCAST #416: THE MUMMY (1999) MOTM

    It’s a podcast, what harm even came from listening to a podcast?

    It’s Mother Day’s in the UK this Sunday, and today is International Woman’s Day, so what better time to discuss 1999’s The Mummy? Jay was joined by Audrey Fox, Kristen Lopez, Zoe Rose Smith and Richard Kirkham to talk about the Stephen Sommers’ action-horror reboot in all it’s tomb-raiding, flesh-eating, fez-wearing...

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  • The Movie of the Month for March 2018 is…

    by Jay Cluitt · Feb 23, 2018 at 13:24 CET · Featured, MOTM, MOTM Champions · No Comments
    The Movie of the Month for March 2018 is…

    The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!

    The votes are in for the next Movie of the Month. The site has been down for a little while so I wasn’t sure if we’d get to actually announce this in time, but fortunately everything is sorted now (thanks Joel!) so normality can resume. As the voting time was therefore a little limited, any of this month’s participants are more than welcome to resubmit their...

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  • Lambscores: Mummy, Cousin Rachel and It

    by Jay Cluitt · Jul 7, 2017 at 16:49 CEST · Featured, Features, LAMBscores · 2 Comments
    Lambscores: Mummy, Cousin Rachel and It

    There’s an unintentional connection between the three movies up for today’s Lambscores – they all have very dark, almost-but-not-quite black-and-white posters. Could this be because they all have an element of horror to them? Probably. That’s more likely than all the poster-printing companies having run out of magenta ink, so let’s go with it. Anyway, here are the thoughts of the LAMB community on It Comes At...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Jun 24, 2017 at 0:48 CEST · Featured, LAMBcast, New Release, Podcasts · 2 Comments

    When it comes to new releases, here on the Lambcast we only typically cover the major blockbusters and franchise sequels, things like Star Wars, James Bond, Harry Potter and the superhero tentpoles. In an effort to broaden those horizons, Universal’s announcement of their plans for a “Dark Universe” piqued out interests, so we thought we’d get in on the ground floor (not counting Dracula...

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