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Split

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M. Night is back! And so are your boys at Ya Shoulda Seen This by Now! This week it’s Split; M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film starring twenty-something personalities of James McAvoy! Listen as Dan reprimands one of our negative YouTube commenters. Other stuff probably happens in this episode but I’m too lazy to listen. Anyway, check it out. Split is pretty dope.

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Episode 48: The Gift

“Our new podcast where Frank kicks his friend in the balls while he’s down!” —Dan

SUMMARY: Today’s episode of Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now is about The Gift! Frank and Dan talk about Joel Edgerton’s directorial debut and a fascinating turn for star Jason Bateman. Oh, also, Dan gets some bad news. ANYWAY. The Gift! Check it out, ya’ll. I like tears.

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Episode 38: It Follows

“There’s a group of Fantasia addicts that meet up every year and they’re always disappointed in the attendance.” —Dan

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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.

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Episode 9: The Babadook

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This blog post is about beating children. I know that’s not a thing you’re supposed to do, but I think we, as an ever-evolving society, need to reevaluate our stance on the issue. I bring this debate forward because Dan & I recently watched The Babadook, which is a movie about a very stressed mother and her incredibly annoying child. As the story goes, the boy is deathly afraid of monsters in his room, and every night he refuses to go to bed. He also never shuts the fuck up. There’s also a storybook monster called the Babadook haunting him, but that’s no excuse for driving his mother insane. Continue reading

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