Howard The Duck win LAMB’s Movie of the Month.


HOWARD THE DUCK, Lea Thompson, 1986. (c) Universal Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.

HOWARD THE DUCK, Lea Thompson, 1986. (c) Universal Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.

Yes folks.  The film that was rated one of the worst won movie of the month over at The Large Association of Movie Blogs.  I was up against several films that in all honesty should have won because they were most likely better.  I have to seriously thank Actress Lea Thompson( @LeaKThompson).  Yup, the exact same actress for  her help in having this win.    As well as anyone who voted for this movie.  I am greatly appreciated.

For winning Movie of The Month.  I was asked to help host The LAMBcast.  I was joined by Jay Cluit of Life Vs Film, Todd Liebenow of Forgotten Films, and Damien Riley of Riley on Film  You can listen to the show here.
(I apologize about the sound of my mic)

Please head on over to the LAMB and vote on next month’s winner.

Also check out this issue of Howard The Duck comic that features Lea Thompson

This is my fourth time winning Movie of The Month over at The LAMB. I previously won with Spring Breakers, American Psycho and Heathers


About The Vern

I love movies and I enjoy writing about them too. They both go pretty much hand in hand with each other and it's fun to discover new classics. I co host the podcasts The Film Pasture, ScreenTrax, and soon Cinema Recall. While also contributing reviews and articles to other great sites when I can.
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3 Responses to Howard The Duck win LAMB’s Movie of the Month.

  1. Damien Riley says:

    ern, it was definitely a good time talking Howard the Duck. I still think it would be interesting to heard from some viewers 25 and under to see what they think. It holds so much nostalgia for me. Unfortunately though, as a film on its own apart from the 80’sness and of course, her sexy royal highness with poofy hair: Lea Thompson, it’s a mediocre to poor film in my opinion. Way stoked to have been on that show though, thanks for picking a MOTM Vern!

  2. Jay says:

    Well good work, you. He’s a resilient guy, isn’t he?

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