Avengers: Infinity War

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Your. Boys. Are. BACK!!! Set 5 months after the series finale of Ya Shoulda Seen This by Now, Frank and Dan return for a one-off episode about the trials and tribulations with Dan’s insane landlord and then Avengers: Infinity War. Also, Dan reviews Frank’s new Star Wars fan film and does some really long sketch about Captain Planet. It’s the reunion you’ve been waiting for. I like rice.


Episode 26: Avengers: Age of Ultron

“Is [Linda Cardellini] his wife or just some wench?” —Dan

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It’s Marvel week here at YSSTBN! Dan & Frank chat Avengers: Age of Ultron. They have so many things to say they couldn’t even contain them in this episode. It’s a jam packed one, folks. What are your thoughts? Comment below or send Frank a late-night text.


Ant-Man Still Looks Like Garbage in This Latest Trailer

If you told me eight years ago and that the Fast & Furious franchise would be one of my all-time favorite film series’, I probably would have asked you how in God’s name you were able to acquire the gift of foresight and why the hell would you waste it on telling me which movies I’m going to like in the future? Give me a lottery number you asshole. But most of all, why would I be into a bunch of B-grade race car flicks? Superheroes are what’s happening right now, man. Have you seen the trailer for The Dark Knight?! And Marvel’s making Iron Man dude! The suit looks perfect! Just like the comics! *pushes up glasses with index finger*

What my twenty-o-seven self wouldn’t realize is how much I would eventually bore of comic book movies and how much I would come to love Toretto’a family of misfit thieves and all their wacky escapades. Unlike recent super hero flicks, which have been recycling the same formula film after film, the Fast & Furious franchise continues to re-invent itself. Hopping between genres, the series isn’t afraid to tell a coming of age story, a cop drama, a caper or a spy extravaganza. Each film is an entirely different animal.

The real reason we’re here is to discuss the Ant-Man trailer, but I think a comparison to the F&F saga is apt. Continue reading