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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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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.

This episode is brought to you by Video Village! Video Village! That’s my band! Me! Dan Luke. Check out Video Village at www.soundcloud.com/videovillageband and www.facebook.com/videovillageband!

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Episode 31: Ex Machina

“Ex Machina is a movie about a young man who works for a gigantic search engine company and he wins a company wide contest – a la, Willy Wonka – to go meet his boss in his private retreat and spend a week with him!” -Dan

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SUMMARY: Today’s episode is about Ex Machina. Frank and Dan talk about the sparse and taught techno thriller while using terms like “tight” and “chiseled.” It’s a taught film guys. It’s some real tight shit. There are a lot of biceps. I like biceps.

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Episode 13: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Teaser

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This week there’s no excuse for you not to tune in (unless, you know, you think this podcast blows). In this week’s episode we yack endlessly about the teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Yeah, the one released in November of last year. If you’ve had trouble with our podcast up until now, it might be because we bully you into watching the films we chat about before you listen. And since the past several weeks have been Oscar-nominated snooze-feasts, no one can blame you for passing on a few episodes. I mean let’s face it, even we had to drag ourselves to Selma kicking and screaming. Continue reading

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