The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

This week, Ash and Steven are again rejoined for the conclusion to the Matrix trilogy with 2003's The Matrix Revolutions! Along the way, they discuss being young, gimp suits, impersonations, Ash's subconscious rebellion and Dramatic Readington stops by with some fanfiction!


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Odd Chap, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


The Dramatic Readington Theme is:
Egmont Overture Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

The Matrix Reloaded (2003) feat The Founding Four-thers

This week, Ash and Steven are joined by Andrew Dresden and John Zander to discuss 2003's The Matrix Reloaded! Along the way, they discussed Delgo, night security, sex quality, post-apocalyptic sexism, dog voicing, Looney Tunes and Dramatic Readington stops by with some fanfiction!


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Odd Chap, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


The Dramatic Readington Theme is:
Egmont Overture Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!
 

Minisode 70: Snopes Snoakes (Best Minisode of 2017)

This week, Ash and Steven discuss hacky jokes, cat dementia, Donny T, the secret of the Sith, new additions to the Library of Congress and next week's film!


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Odd Chap, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

Minisode 68: Taquito Spaghetti

This week, Ash and Steven return to the mics to discuss death, Assassin's Creed and it's reviews, 4K video, bandwidth and next week's film!


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

(RERUN) The Lost Boys (1987)

This week, Ash and Steven rerun 1986's The Lost Boys! While reviewing this film, they also discussed time management bickering, the imagery of signs, fashion, innuendo, dog throwing and Dramatic Readington stops by with fanfiction!


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Dramatic Readington's Theme is, as always, Egmont Overture as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

 

Minisode 58: Another Version

This week, Ash and Steven talk about Captain Marvel, Hogarth, George Takei's voice, Ash thinks love is a kind of fruit, earworms, misfortune and the movie we will see next week!
The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

Minisode 54: Juggletown Beaverbrown

This week, Ash and Steven discuss Pixar sequels, the Coens' next project, real life adventures, family movie night, Monster Trucks, Ghostbusters again and the movie we will see next week.


The show's banner and cover art were created by Pants Pendings own Mavis Bacon, who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MavisBaconPPS


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

 

The Lost Boys (1987)

This week, Ash and Steven saw 1986's The Lost Boys! While reviewing this film, they also discussed time management bickering, the imagery of signs, fashion, innuendo, dog throwing and Dramatic Readington stops by with fanfiction!

(The link to the full fanfiction can be found here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11324777/1/Fatal-change)


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Dramatic Readington's Theme is, as always, Egmont Overture as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit the WHIST?! home page. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes and Stitcher internet radio!

Minisode 52: Quizboy Jim

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven talk about Fassassin's Creed, naked models, Iron Fist, Flagg, Ewan MacGregor, story structure and the movie we will see next week!


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio (http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=49461&refid=stpr)!

Magnolia (1999)

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven saw 1999's Magnolia! While discussing it, they also discussed cultural icons, Patton Oswalt, repetition, the studio, parity vs parroty, symbolism and Dramatic Readington stops by with some one-star reviews of the film!


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Dramatic Readington's Theme is, as always, Egmont Overture as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


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Minisode 51: Downlikes

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven talk fanfic, a long talk about Ghostbusters, sequels, Comcast hate, Batman's parents and the movie we will see next week!


The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


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The Princess Bride (1987)

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven come together to celebrate/record their FIFTIETH movie!! That movie is The Princess Bride! Along they way, they discuss culturally relevant songs, Johnny Cash, manure, the 1989 Geo Metro, physics and Dramatic Readington stops by with one star reviews of The Princess Bride.

The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Dramatic Readington's Theme is, as always, Egmont Overture as performed by Kevin MacLeod atincompetech.com.


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Minisode 50: Fast Nein at Nine

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven come together to celebrate/record their FIFTIETH minisode! This time around, they discussed many new things, Jeffrey Jones, comments from Mr Carson, a comment and special treat from the screenwriter of Fast Nein, Batman, texting in theatres and the movie we will see next week!

The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A

The 'Fast Nein' table read can be found here: http://weekendscripts.com/podcast/


The 'Fast Nein' IndieGoGo can be found here:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fast-nein-the-fast-the-fuhrer#/


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Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven saw 1986's Ferris Bueller's Day Off! While discussing it, they also discussed manic magic pixie girls, Ed Rooney's overreach, parades, Steven teaches Ash the most popular fan theory of all time and Dramatic Readington drops in with some one star reviews of the film... and more!

The Theme is 'MMXV' by Gare Du Odd, and his channel can be found here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcioD1Sf5T8Fya2MMthQX-A


Dramatic Readington's Theme is, as always, Egmont Overture as performed by Kevin MacLeod atincompetech.com.


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Minisode 49: Amused By My Own Whimsy

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash returns to the studio to, and the duo discuss whimsy, Tom Green, a breathy reading of Mark Wahlberg fiction, Fast Nein, socks, The Disaster Artist and the movie we will see next week.


The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


The IndieGoGo campaign referenced can be found here:https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fast-nein-the-fast-the-fuhrer#/

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Saturday Night Fever (1977)

WARNING: The language in this episode is, like last episode, a bit more offensive in places. The conversation is released as-is, and includes various slurs as well as a serious discussion on rape.

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!

This week, Steven, joined by Andrew and Amanda of The Drakkarium, saw 1977's Saturday Night Fever! While discussing it, they also discussed notepad doodles, sex symbols, missing siblings, discontinued cocoa, priestly garb, the ethics of helping friends move, and Dramatic Readington stops by with fanfiction!

The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.

Dramatic Readington's Reading Theme is "Egmont Overture" as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com!

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Minisode 48: Willie

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Steven is joined by Andrew Risenhoover and Amanda King of The Drakkarium. They discussed spoiler ethics, having "dinner", Sausage Party, Fast and Furious, YA novels, a killing joke, and the movie we will see next week.


The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


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The Warriors (1979)

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven are again joined by Andrew Risenhoover of The Drakkarium Podcasts. Together, they saw 1979's The Warriors! While discussing it, they also discussed A Clockwork Orange, gang costumes, mouth noises, antiquated racism, gang communications and Dramatic Readington drops in with some one star reviews of the film!


The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


Dramatic Readington's Reading Theme is "Egmont Overture" as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com!


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Minisode 47: Wahlberg x Ferrel = OTP

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven are joined by Andrew Risenhoover of The Drakkarium, and they discussed Spawn, Affleck's Daredevil, DiCaprio's win, disability, unforseeable delays due to murder, an Arnold foot race, The 1 Second Film and the movie we will see next week.


The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


The Price Is Right Double Showcase Theme is property of CBS, and is used as a gag.


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Roxanne (1987)

Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!


This week, Ash and Steven saw 1987's Roxanne! While discussing this film, they also discussed the clown mistake, the Donut mistake, weird standards for filth, jelly beans, travel, and Dramatic Readington stops by with reviews from Amazon, Rotten Tomatoes and iMDB.


The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com.


Dramatic Readington's Reading Theme is "Egmont Overture" as performed by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com!


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