Hobbs and Shaw is in theaters now. But where did The Fast and the Furious go wrong? Frank and Dan examine arguably the only good installment of this series. But first, Frank and Dan respond to a bad review of their podcast.
Recorded at Treehouse Records in Chicago… it’s the return of the boys! Frank and Dan catch up after a year long break from the pod. Avengers: Endgame is discussed. So is the final season of Game of Thrones. Then Dan goes on a long tangent about the Manson Family cult and the new Tarantino movie is discussed. Live it and love it, baby! #eatpraylove
Below is the schedule for what is likely to be our final run of episodes. We’re currently projected to wrap up with 3 years and 150 episodes on the dot.
The Dark Tower
Kingsman: Golden Circle
Blade Runner 2049
The Disaster Artist
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Let me know if you have questions or feedback.
There won’t be a new episode today. Through the rest of 2017 we’re going to reduce empty calories with Ya Shoulda Seen This By Now. For the podcast, we’re going down to two episodes a month, expect those new episodes to drop around the 15th and 30th. I think our YouTube channel will remain defunct for a bit longer while Frank finishes his short film.
Speaking of that! In the meantime, why not check out the teaser for Frank’s new short film Vengeance in the Outer Rim.
Let me know if you have any questions regarding this change.
These are the boys and these are the boys that are the back. Frank and Dan return for another installment of Ya Should Blub Blarb Deep Doop. Frank and Dan talk about Video Village, that time Dan (for real) met some of the cast from Man of Steel and heard a crazy story about Zach Snyder, and Kong: Skull Island. It’s a tamale of a whim wham ya snazzle wuss. I like talc.
Before we even discuss Beauty and the Beast, let’s get one thing out of the way: La La Land wouldn’t work with great singers. This is an important point, because La La Land will inevitably be blamed for poor musical casting from here on out. But that’s unfair. The fact that Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling aren’t the best signers is the whole fucking point. Continue reading
SUMMARY: Boys ahoy! Ahoy there boys! Them Ya Shoulda Seen This By Now boys is back with a hard and heavy episode of podcast. Join Frank and Dan as they talk about new female fan Samantha, dogs, and the film Room. It’s a claustrophobic and dark time. Just like Room.
Happy Star Wars Day!! The latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser dropped two weeks ago at Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim. Like a doofus I actually tuned in for entirety of the Episode 7 panel, which included useless behind-the-scenes photo reveals, mind-numbingly boring cast interviews, and finally the brand-spankin’-new teaser debut—which I replayed 20-25 times that day, examining every detail and creaming all over myself. It was a mess.
I begged Dan like a pestering child to record a new podcast episode with me, but he said “no way José.” So instead, I have an even better companion to chat Star Wars: Jason Heffron. Jason knows a his way around Star Wars but he isn’t a fanboy weirdo. He’s just a knowledgeable guy with good film taste who also happens to be a Star Wars fan. He’s a great person to discuss this teaser with because he has fun speculating. He and I spent a good amount of time dissecting this teaser shot-by-shot because we’re nerds. If you’re a nerd too, then kick back with a tall glass of Bantha milk and read to your heart’s content. This post is a long one… Continue reading
On April 2nd we posted our 18th episode of Ya Shoulda Seen This by Now, House of Cards Season 3. Check it out here if you haven’t gotten a chance yet. Since then, a fan & friend of the podcast, Dave, sent us a very detailed text with his feedback on the episode. Like a good friend and supporter of our fans, I replied “tl;dr”. Maybe our other fans will find this interesting.
“I listened to the podcast and made notes while it went on. Apparently a lot. Disagree on am-works. Its purely an attempt by him to get votes. Not out of line with Frank’s thinking. Seemed like a fine “action plan” to keep his office. Continue reading