Sean was so pumped for this one that he actually watched an old movie! Your hosts tangle with the MAGNIFICENT SEVEN remake, reveal their contributions to the "describe yourself using fictional characters" memespolosion and much more!
Sean and Aaron hit the road to talk about BLAIR WITCH! From a hotel room in Cleveland, they break down the past-due sequel to the found footage hit. But they're sleepy. Listen to this one while snuggling!
Birds. Sean and Aaron take in Clint Eastwood's (sorta) dramatic retelling of the Miracle on the Hudson. Birds. Will the movie find a way to stretch 208 seconds to 90 minutes? Birds. Plus, the debut of the new segment that doesn't have a name yet in Extra Butter! Birds!
We don't get all of our ideas for retro episodes from the posters on your freshman year dorm room wall — but when it works, it works. Aaron and Sean review SCARFACE, pay tribute to Gene Wilder, definitely prove that Aaron has seen way more movies than Sean and much more!
There's some serious hype around the suspenseful horror flick DON'T BREATHE — will noted horror goofs Aaron and Sean be impressed? Plus mini-reviews, plenty on Aaron's latest Doug Loves Movies appearance, a long conversation about county fairs for some reason and much more!
Why dedicate an episode to an indie Western? Because it's awesome, that's why. A review of this hidden gem plus a bunch of YCHTT favorite topics with first-time guests Steve Gottschalk and Renee Rabenold of the forthcoming By Day By Night Podcast!
Sean and Aaron tangle with the ridiculous, R-rated cartoon. Will the over-the-top festival of bad jokes work as a ridiculous party flick — and is there more to it? Plus mini-reviews, more Stranger Things and more Suicide Squad!
Sean is joined by his Epicast sister Marta Mazzoni (@icantfindmarta) to finally encounter the long-hyped SUICIDE SQUAD. Will it disappoint (like Batman v Superman) or surprise (like things not made by DC)? Plus, a preview of Marta's interview with a STRANGER THINGS cast member! For real! (WARNING: Minor Stranger Things spoilers in the closing moments of this episode.)
A stream-of-consciousness conversation winds into, around, and back to JASON BOURNE, the latest entry in the long-running action franchise. Trailer trash makes Sean leave the room. SPOILER WARNING: A key (???) Jason Bourne plot point is accidentally revealed.
Can a three-minute short be converted to a full feature and actually be halfway decent? The answer may surprise you! Sean and Aaron review the horror flick LIGHTS OUT before an extended extra butter wherein Aaron raves about the new Netflix series STRANGER THINGS.
Sean and Aaron are joined by returning guest Missy Moreno (@sikeitsmissy), Aaron's unofficial little sister/Sean's unofficial life coach, to bust some ghosts! After a year of (annoying) social media chatter about the comedy reboot, how did the flick actually turn out? Plus, Missy makes things raunchy!
Sean and Aaron travel to the beginning of Quentin Tarantino's career and review RESERVOIR DOGS, their first episode on a Tarantino flick! Both offer Top-5 lists of the director's works; later, they have a great idea for a topic that they are totally unprepared to discuss.
Sean and Aaron welcome first-time guest Shannon Norman (@shambonez) to talk about the third and hopefully final PURGE flick. It used to be horror, then it was action, now it's lazy political satire!
Sean and Aaron are taking a rare week off, but here's a quick one with some of Sean's thoughts on pressing movie matters. YCHTT will be back next week!
Sean calls in YCHTT Emotions Correspondent Amy Whipple because there's a new Pixar movie out. Both were optimistic about FINDING DORY, but the movie ends up hitting home for Amy way more than they could've expected. Plus, an Extra Butter on the first movies you should show a young child. (Sean makes a bad choice.)
Sean and Aaron are devotees of horror maestro James Wan. Will THE CONJURING 2 serve as a fine follow-up to his awesome possession flick? Will they be spooked? Will Trailer Trash get topical and uncomfortable? (Yes.)
Aaron included the Lonely Island flick POPSTAR among his most anticipated movies of the summer — did it live up to his lofty expectations? And the first YCHTT 10/10 rating of 2016 is handed out — but to which film? Plus, the lineup of big-screen comedy all-stars and more.
Sean and Aaron tangle with the X-Men series for the first time. Will APOCALYPSE follow in Deadpool's footsteps as another solid off-brand Marvel flick? Plus, an extended round of trailer trash and a rare round of YCHTT sports talk.
Sean and Aaron take a trip to the '70s for Shane Black's new action-comedy, THE NICE GUYS. How charming will Ryan Gosling be? First, though, they hit a lightning round of Extra Butter that somehow transitions from The Angry Birds Movie to snuff films in record time.
Jan de Bont's tornado party made a boatload of money as a summer blockbuster in 1996. 20 years later, Sean and returning guest Andy Collier (@andywcollier) revisit TWISTER to answer a simple question: Was this, like, a good movie? And is Bill Paxton really as bad as you remember?
It's Captain America 3! Or, like, Avengers 2.5! Or maybe Marvel Movie 13? However you count it, Sean, Aaron and Chris Preksta (@cpreksta) are pumped for the massive superhero throwdown. Will CIVIL WAR live up to the hype? How comic-nerdy will the show get? Listen and find out!
Aaron is joined by Arcade Comedy Theater co-founders Abby Fudor (@abbyfewdoor) and Mike Rubino (@miketrubino) to explain why KEANU succeeds where so many big-screen comedies fail. Plus, we take callers, apparently???
It's the long-awaited return of Missy Moreno (@sikeitsmissy), as she joins Sean and Aaron to discuss the Richard Linklater collegiate brofest EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!! (Yes, the title has two exclamation points in it.) Will there be something to like amongst the keg parties and long (...long) conversations? Listen and find out!
Sean and Aaron are pretty impressed with Disney's "The Jungle Book," mainly because they're now terrified of vengeful tigers voiced by Idris Elba. They can't agree on "Hardcore Henry," though, which is either a fun and innovative throwback action flick (Aaron) or total garbage (Sean).
The middling quality of the new Melissa McCarthy comedy THE BOSS causes Sean to have an existential crisis about watching comedy. Is Broad City really not that good anymore, or is it just him? Why isn't SNL funnier? Aaron tries to calm him down, with mixed results.