Best Andre Lamb podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Pet Cinematary
Monthly
 
A podcast that takes a deeper look at the roles animals have played in cinema.
 
The Thirsty Experience was created to set aside time for worship, teaching, prayer & ministry in a non-church format. Our goal is to supply an organic atmosphere similar to the early church to further the growth of the body of Christ as a whole! These podcasts are only a segment of The Thirsty Experience. Andre and Natalie Lamb have been ministering together, teaching the Word of God at The Thirsty Experience since 2008. We hope these lessons will breathe life into you and will enhance your ...
 
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Spoilers with Matt
Daily+
 
Welcome to my passion! Talking endless crap about films and shows! Each show is comprised of few different segments. Our primary segment is "Cult Classic of the Week", which is displayed as the title of each episode. No more we say to those podcasts that speak endlessly for hours on end; all of our shows are purely original and spontaneous with no script. There are a lot movies and shows to discuss each episode, so stay tuned and enjoy!
 
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On this episode, Kate Wilkinson (Wig Wurq) joins me to discuss the 1986 Disney Sunday Night Movie, The Richest Cat in the World. Leo the cat inherits 5 million dollars, and some people will stop at nothing to get their hands on it. (Well, except, you know, taking care of the cat and being it's guardian, the easiest way) This episode's shelter s ...…
 
On this episode, Ollie Brady (Best Acquaintances, Media-eval) joins me to discuss 2013's Riddick. The third installment in the Riddick franchise, this film features a CGI alien dog that shows Riddick unconditional love. Who knew a CGI dog would bring out the best acting of Vin Diesel's career?! This episode's shelter shout-out goes to Sligo Ani ...…
 
*There is a TW for this episode, as one of the films deals with sexual assault and we discuss this. It's two for the price of one on this episode! Christopher Funderberg (The Pink Smoke) joins me as we look back on 2016, a big year for films featuring both cats and Isabelle Huppert. First, we tackle Things to Come (dir. Mia Hansen-Løve), a tale ...…
 
On this episode, Chico Leo joins me to discuss 1975's A Boy and His Dog. Based on the Harlan Ellison novella, the film tells the tale of a teenage Don Johnson and his telepathic dog in a post-apocalypse world. There is a TW for this episode, as the film deals with sexual assault and we discuss this. This episode's shelter shout-out goes to Mudd ...…
 
On this episode, Micheal Cinneli joins me to discuss 1987's Project X. Matthew Broderick follows up his success of Ferris Beuller's Day Off with this tale of chimpanzees and secret government testing. We decided to pair this film with 2011's Project Nim, a documentary about the life of Nim, a chimp that was taught sign language. It's an extra l ...…
 
On this episode, Mark Young joins me to discuss 1989's K9. The buddy-cop-dog movie that earns its PG-13 rating, and is not really made for children. Coming out within three months of the better known Turner & Hooch, does K9 hold its own? We try to figure it out. This episode's shelter shout-out goes to Mission K9 Rescue! Go show them some love. ...…
 
On this episode, Phil Gonzales joins me to discuss 1991's Silence of the Lambs. Hannibal Lecter? Who's that? We're here to discuss Precious, the adorable little dog that Buffalo Bill owns. We also dive into the cats, moths, and even the lambs of the film. This episode's shelter shout-out goes to Happy Trails Animal Sanctuary! Go show them some ...…
 
**WARNING** I'm a doofus and left a window open somewhere in my apartment while recording this. There is a LOUD train noise every 10mins or so. Sorry for this mistake, please bear with me On this episode, Gena Radcliffe (Kill by Kill podcast) joins me to discuss the 1978 made-for-tv movie, Devil Dog: Hound of Hell. Richard Crenna stars and Curt ...…
 
On this episode, Amanda Iman (Amanda's Picture A Go-Go) joins me to discuss 1994's Andre. We dive into the history of the real Andre, and the sea lions that protrayed him in the film. This episode's shelter shout-out goes to Colony Cats! Go show them some love. Other links discussed in the show: *Buzzfeed article "Whatever Happened to the seal ...…
 
On this episode, Mark Freado Jr. (Spectacle Theater) joins me to discuss The Secret of Magic Island. Jean Tourane was a French filmmaker and artist that worked almost exclusively with live animals. In 1957, he released The Secret of Magic Island, his first feature length film. Mark and I discuss all things Jean Tourane, including his children's ...…
 
On this episode, Hannah from the Film Roast podcast joins me to discuss Best in Show. The 2001 Christopher Guest mockumentary about the dog show circuit. Our challenge this episode, was talking about a film that had no professional dog actors! All the dogs in the film were actual show dogs. This episode's shelter shoutout goes to 1 Love Dog Res ...…
 
After a few month's hiatus, I'm back! On this episode, Andrew Swafford from Cinematary joins me to discuss 2015's The Witch. When The Witch was release back in 2015, a new internet sensation was born in the form of Black Phillip. In this episode, we not only take an in-depth look at Black Phillip, but we also talk about how all the animals in f ...…
 
On this episode, Meghan Griffin (Judging Book Covers & Fableulous Retelling podcasts) joins me to discuss 2007's St. Trinians. Based on a series of cartoons by Ronald Searle, and the films of the 1950s, St. Trinians centers around a girl's boarding school where the students rule the school. The film stars Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, and, of co ...…
 
On this episode, Kristen Lopez from Ticklish Business joins me to discuss all things Cat People. Val Lewton's 1942 masterpiece tells the story of a young Serbian woman, haunted by family curse that turns her into a panther under certain circustances. Links discussed in this episode: Journeys in Classic FilmFront Street Animal Shelter…
 
On this episode, Courtney from Chicks with Flicks joins me to discuss one of the best dog actors of all time, Jed from The Thing. Not since Jones from Alien has an animal been so closely tied to a franchise. There is no The Thing without Jed. Links discussed in this episode: Second Chance Animal SanctuarySafe Haven Animal RescueWildCare Foundation…
 
In this episode, Mariela Azcuy (Univision) and producer Autumn Tarleton join me to discuss 2010's Beginners. Written and directed by Mike Mills, Beginners tells the story of Oliver (Ewan McGregor), a man dealing with loss and loneliness. The story jumps around in time to include Oliver's childhood, his father's coming out as gay and dying of ca ...…
 
In the podcast's final episode we curse, we argue, and we talk about, Lego Batman, Fargo Season 3, and the tops of Television shows of our 3 year run!So long!
 
We talk hacking, Pirates 5?, Guardians of the Galaxy #2, and Master of None! Among other things.
 
We talk reunion, Sillicon Valley, Miami International Film Festival, Lambs and much much more.
 
We talk lambs, wolves, Lion King, Big Little Lies, and 13 reasons why we love to HATE 13 reasons why.
 
March monkey madness continues! In this episode, John Cribbs of The Pink Smoke joins me to discuss the ultimate killer monkey-butler film, Link.?Links discussed in this episode: Columbia-Greene Humane SocietyBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, Barry Champlain (co-host of Mouth Feel) joins me to discuss everyone's favorite orangutan, Clyde, from 1978's Every Which Way But Loose. Links discussed in this episode:Oxford-Lafayette Humane SocietyBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, guest Lucas Smith joins me to discuss the 1972 film, The Doberman Gang. A film about a talented animal trainer who uses a pack of Dobermans to commit a bank robbery. Based on a true story! (just kidding) Links discussed in this episode:Brooklyn Animal ActionBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, Professor Geoff Klock joins me to discuss the 2014 film Winter's Tale, the supernatural-fantasy-mystery-romantic drama film and fable based on the 1983 novel of the same name by Mark Helprin. Links discussed in this episode: Big Cat Animal Rescue Listo, star of Winter's TaleBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, Amber Dextrous joins me to discuss the 2003 version of Willard. A simple story about a boy and his rats. We also discuss the original Willard, and the book they are both based on, The Ratman's Notebook. Links discussed in this episode:Kent Animal ShelterBen music video (Crispin Glover)…
 
In this episode, Stephanie Robb-Stone (Lifemark podcast, The Songs That Saved Your Life podcast) joins me to discuss Breakfast at Tiffany's. Featured in the film, in the role of 'cat', is one of Hollywood's most famous cats, Orangey.?Links discussed in this episode:Operation KindnessBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, my friend Jessica Hamilton joins me to discuss The Lobster. A film about a dystopian society, where single people must find a mate within 45 days or be transformed into an animal of their choice. *WARNING* This episode contains spoilers! Links discussed in this episode: Austin Pets Alive!…
 
In this episode, filmmaker/screenwriter Dylan Pasture joins me to discuss Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (aka the one with whales!). Discussed links in this podcast:Entertainment Weekly article about The Voyage HomeThe Whale MuseumBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode, Malcolm Nygard (Apoc Graffiti) joins me to discuss the 2013 Coen Brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis. Inside Llewyn Davis follows a week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Discussed links in podcast: Animal Friends of Connecticut…
 
In this episode, Caroline Fulford (The Loose Canon podcast) joins me to discuss the 2008 Kelly Reichardt film, Wendy and Lucy. Winner of the 2008 Palm Dog, Wendy and Lucy is the simple tale of a drifter and her dog starring Michelle Williams. Discussed links in podcast: Liberty Humane SocietyBy Wendy Mays.
 
Natalie Lamb: "Beauty For Ashes"
 
In this episode, Nick Nadel (Movies My Friends Have Never Seen podcast) joins me to discuss the straight to DVD movie, Super Buddies. Super Buddies is the 7th installment of the Air Buddies film franchise, which is a spin of of the Air Bud franchise. It's very complicated. Discussed links in podcast: Houston SPCA Kevin DiCicco interview…
 
In this episode, director Caroline Golum and Alamo Drafthouse creative manager Cristina Cacioppo join me to discuss the 1986 film, Max Mon Amour, Nagisa Oshima's tale of a woman who takes a chimp named Max to be her lover. Discussed links in podcast: PAWS NY Alisa Berk - The woman who played MaxBy Wendy Mays.
 
In this episode,Mike Hunchback joins me to discuss the 1981 action film featuring untrained wild cats, Roar. Discussed links in podcast: Infinite Hope cat rescueBy Wendy Mays.
 
Andre Lamb: "Imagine"
 
Natalie Lamb: "Divine Warnings"
 
In this episode, Ear Hammer's own Rommel Wood joins me to discuss the beloved pet of everyone's favorite steel mill worker/erotic dancer, Grunt! Discussed links in podcast:NYC Cares - Ways to VolunteerBy Wendy Mays.
 
For the very first episode of Pet Cinematary, host Wendy Mays is joined by Tenebrous Kate and The Baron to discuss the films Unmasking the Idol and The Order of the Black Eagle. More specifically, we discuss the charismatic character Boon the baboon, who stars in both films. Discussed links in podcast:Action Animals - Animals for the video and ...…
 
Andre teaches the old garden story of how God, in His mercy, came looking for Adam after he sinned. We cannot hide from God's presence! What will you answer when God comes asking, "Where are you!"
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
Andre & Natalie Lamb teach the Word of God at IYC's "The Thirsty Experience."
 
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