SUMMARY: You asked for it and we delivered. Frank and I saw Deadpool this week and we have some thoughts. Hey guys and gals, it’s Dan Luke. This episode of YSSTBY deals with a huge spectrum of topics — including — our recent feud with some users on our iTunes page, the movie Deadpool, and a decent discussion on Marvel in general. It’s a crass and rowdy time — just like Deadpool. I like curry.
SUMMARY: Hi Seeners, it’s Dan Luke. This week’s episode of Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now is all about Making a Murderer. Frank Romano and I have a freewheeling conversation about my neighborhood being named the “hottest in the country,” if it’s OK to burn cats, and the Netflix documentary Making A Murderer. It’s an unfocused conversation with an ambiguous and biased conclusion — just like Making A Murderer! Remember the Taco Bell dog? I like Taco Bell dog.
SUMMARY: It’s raining boys! Hallelujah! Raining boys! Hallelujah! And that’s great news because them Ya Shoulda Seen This By Now Boys is back with a raining and hallelujah episode of podcast. Join Frank and Dan as they talk about “Emo Vader,” Princess Leia being played by a cod, and the new JJ Abrams film “The Force Awakens!” Dan even settles his long standing feud with his nemesis Jason! Did I mention this episode is long as hell and packed with content? Just like The Force Awakens! I’m not even trying anymore! I like lightsaber.
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“Is this the most boring movie of all time?” —Dan
SUMMARY: You want boys? We got boys! The Ya Shoulda Seen This by Now boys are back with a smokin’ hot ep of podcast. Join Frank and Dan as they talk about Black Mass, if Johnny Depp is a Witcher or not, and if this is, in fact, the most boring film of all time. It’s a bad episode about a bad movie! Yikes. I like steak.
“It’s a two hour promotion for GoPro.” —Frank
SUMMARY: Boys! Boys! Boys! The Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now boys are back with a smokin’ hot ep of podcast. Frank and Dan talk about The Martian, how Jessica Chastain has some dusty gazongas in the front and a loaf of bread in the back (whatever that means?), and then Dan says a bunch of really awful stuff all at once. The whole affair is very alienating. Like our friend – the martian! Do you see what I did there? Answer me. I like spaceship.
SUMMARY: This episode of Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now delves deep into the strengths and weaknesses of True Detective. Join Frank and Dan as they talk about the loss of season one director Cary Fukunaga, the super complicated plot of the second season, and the possibly that Frank could have some sort of degenerative memory disorder. It’s a wild ride, folks! I like sealions.
SUMMARY: Man, it’s a real corker of an episode this week on Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now. Frank and Dan have a freewheelin’ conversation which includes the following:
- Dan’s new impression of comedian Marc Maron.
- An in-depth analysis and review of the Netflix documentary Tig.
- There’s also a super low energy conversation about pain and how pain shapes an artist. It literally feels like the hosts are about to fall asleep.
Anyway, check it out! I like dolphin.
SUMMARY: Frank and I review Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. Our conversation features the following:
- My ruminations on my failed graduate school career (seriously).
- A list of the greatest films of all time (spoiler: #1 is Cars 2).
- Tons of discussion about characterization.
Also, I ask Frank a question about an Uber ride I took recently. Frank seemed disturbed. God bless America. I like potatoes.
SUMMARY: “This was supposed to be an episode about Ant Man!” you say. Well, guess what. Kiss my ass. Today, Frank and I talked about Ted 2. We also mentioned the latest season of True Detective. Sparred on points concerning the role of the visual director in the medium of cinema comedy. Then, at the end, I did a Marc Maron impression. This show makes no sense. I like dolphins.
“There’s a group of Fantasia addicts that meet up every year and they’re always disappointed in the attendance.” —Dan
SUMMARY: Despite being a fan of the source material, Dan did not like It Follows. Despite the overuse of the long take, Frank did like it. In either case, both of them talk about the Disney film “Fantasia” a whole bunch. Dan pitches his idea for a “Fantasia” themed fan club, complete with condiments and people cosplaying the magic mops and buckets from the iconic animated feature. The whole thing is pointless. I like tacos.