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Lamb TV (2006)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Drama | Video 20 January 2006
Lamb TV is a compilation series of bizarre, twisted short films & skits. This is a collection of 20 original, never before released short films.

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Dennis Hamill ...
Chef Lush
Greg Hammer ...
Crazed Lunatic
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Auto Mechanic
Hiroshi Kawamura ...
Dance Instructor
Tom Kennedy ...
Psycho Pizza Delivery Driver
Jon Knutson ...
Action Superhero
Wes Peterson ...
Action Superhero
Blake Schnitker ...
Special Agent
Steve Scholl ...
Landlord Steve
Damian Wang ...
Drug Smoker
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Lamb TV is a compilation series of bizarre, twisted short films & skits. This is a collection of 20 original, never before released short films. Written by Pure Film

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Be prepared to lose your popcorn and possibly your morals...


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$40,000 (estimated)
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Crude, funny and crass!
29 July 2006 | by (Dublin, Ireland) – See all my reviews

Grab some friends and a case of Busch Light, then sit down and watch 'Lamb TV'. This compilation of 20 or so short films is gross, funny, disturbing, and down right awesome. I laughed so much during the first ten minutes that I nearly vomited. I simply couldn't catch my breath.

I guess this pre-Jackass compilation spans from the days of the Jerky Boys all the way to the present, which makes it truly amazing if you think about it, given all the reality TV these days. The content of 'Lamb TV' is without doubt original and one-of-a-kind.

At times it is so crude & crass though, i.e. "Best Little Hippie Chick in Boulder" sketch, that it can be damn near unwatchable. But once you start, you just can't wait to see what happens next that's for sure. Then again, it might just be that thing that we humans do when there's an accident on the side of the road and you just have to slow down to have a look at the bodies and the damage. Needless to say, this movie isn't for everyone, so don't watch this if you can't handle chaotic mayhem.

For those who care, I found 'Lamb TV' online at Amazon.com.


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