How Have You Not Seen This?!

How Have You Not Seen This?!
A movie and comedy podcast where a husband and wife show each other movies that the other one really should have seen by now!

“You Can Always Depend on the Old Spy-Fucker”
Jul 13 • 72 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 1975’s “Three Days of the Condor,” a fantastic spy thriller starring Robert Redford’s chest hair. We talk about unsexy sex scenes, what makes for a good espionage story, and why Sydney Pollack was the best. Turn…
“The Only Thing That Matters Is What They Feel”
Jun 22 • 71 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1967’s “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” a landmark movie of the Civil Rights era that, distressingly, still has plenty of relevance today. We talk about what’s aged well vs. what hasn’t, why progressive movies are…
“It’s Not Strictly Legal”
Jun 8 • 57 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 1985’s “Blood Simple,” the first movie by the Coen brothers. It’s a tense thriller set in small-town Texas that still holds up 35 years later. We talk about why Frances McDormand is a national treasure, how to…
“You’re Not Splotchy.”
May 25 • 90 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 2000’s “Center Stage,” a movie about hot young ballet dancers that is a holy talisman for many women of a certain generation. We talk about how the filmmakers used real dancers to make everything authentic, how…
“I Don’t Wear the Dress”
May 18 • 61 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 2012’s “Haywire,” a great action movie starring Gina Carano as a badass field operative and an A-list roster of dudes as the bad guys dumb enough to get in her way. We talk about what makes the action so great,…
“Valley Girl: It’s a Real Movie”
May 11 • 77 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1983’s “Valley Girl,” which is a totally tubular movie unless you’re like *such* a total pukoid. We talk killer 1980s soundtracks, why Nicolas Cage is so hairy, and how what started as an exploitation movie for…
“I Don’t Like It, I Don’t Agree With It, But I Accept It”
May 4 • 72 min
Happy May the 4th! This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 2018’s “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” It is not a good movie, and it actually was a little worse than Daniel remembered. (He is very sorry.) We talk about why it was impossible for anyone to step…
Apr 13 • 91 min
This week, it’s time for QUENTIN QUARANTINO: Tracy’s brother Price joins us from quarantine to talk about “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” which he had seen but was new to both Tracy and Daniel. We talk about the power pairing of Brad and Leo, why Margot…
“I Could Never Love a Baywatch Fan”
Apr 6 • 73 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1998’s “Sliding Doors,” a charming romantic-dramedy that coined its own pop-culture term. We talk about how Gwyneth Paltrow is both a good actress and also probably insane, why they don’t make soundtracks like…
“Why Are You All Wet, Baby?”
Mar 23 • 82 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 2010’s “Shutter Island,” and her brother, Price, returns as our guest to talk about this fantastic (and often overlooked) Martin Scorsese movie. We talk about why this movie gets even better with repeat viewings,…
“Suddenly I’m Miss Farrah Fawcett From TV”
Mar 16 • 85 min
This week in our THIRTIETH episode (hooray!), it’s Daniel’s first time to see 2001’s “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” a fantastic rock musical that is basically guaranteed to have you humming the songs as soon as the credits roll. We talk about why musicals…
“The Lindas Want You to Open This Door”
Mar 9 • 64 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 2010’s “The Town,” a starring Ben Affleck, Jeremy Renner, and Boston accents. It’s a heist drama about a group of bank robbers who are being pursued by the FBI while Affleck dates the woman they took hostage.…
“The Army Couldn’t Afford Drapes?”
Feb 24 • 68 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1980’s “Private Benjamin,” which is celebrating its 40th anniversary. It’s a great classic comedy starring Goldie Hawn, Eileen Brennan, and Armand Assante’s hairy thighs. We talk about why Goldie is a powerhouse…
“If There Was Ever a Hell on Earth, It’s Dallas County”
Feb 17 • 84 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 1988’s “The Thin Blue Line,” a true-crime documentary so powerful that it changed the course of several people’s lives and popularized a certain type of storytelling. We talk about crooked cops, murder mysteries,…
“Take a Valium, Like a Normal Person!”
Feb 3 • 59 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see “Desperately Seeking Susan,” a breezy comedy from 1985 starring Madonna, Rosanna Arquette, and almost everyone else you know. We talk about the pioneering work of director Susan Seidelman, New York’s endearing…
“I’m Not a Man, I’m a God.”
Jan 20 • 75 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see 2015’s “Ex Machina,” starring an often shirtless Oscar Isaac, Domnhall Gleeson, and Alicia Vikander. It’s a sci-fi story about artificial intelligence, plus it won the Academy Award for its visual effects (which…
“Drugs to the Right, Hookers to the Left!”
Jan 13 • 63 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1984’s “Bachelor Party,” starring Tom Hanks, Tawny Kitaen, and a staggering amount of nudity even for the 1980s. The movie’s whole plot is in its title, but it’s got a ton of charm and plenty of jokes that still…
“We’re Still Working From the Rear”
Dec 23, 2019 • 72 min
Happy holidays! This week, we’re going seasonal with 1942’s “Holiday Inn,” which Tracy had never seen before. This was the movie that gave the world “White Christmas,” which no one expected to be a hit (honestly) but which has gone on to enjoy just a…
“I Wish YOU Would Stop.”
Dec 16, 2019 • 77 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1995’s “Sense and Sensibility,” a movie that destroyed any preconceived notions he may have had about Jane Austen and was, in fact, hilarious and exciting and moving and just a great time. If you are a dude who…
“I Never Kid About Money.”
Dec 9, 2019 • 71 min
This week, it’s Tracy’s first time to see “The Color of Money,” a 1986 drama directed by Martin Scorsese, a young man who’s really going places in this picture business. We talk the eternal allure of Paul Newman, why we can’t stop watching Tom Cruise…
“Guns. Lots of Guns.”
Dec 2, 2019 • 89 min
This week, we’ve got a double-feature blowout as Tracy’s brother, Price, joins us to talk about “John Wick: Chapter 2” and “John Wick: Chapter 3—Parabellum.” We talk the future of the franchise, favorite/craziest kills, and how satisfying it is to watch…
Back From Paris!
Nov 25, 2019 • 5 min
BONJOUR! No movie-related episode today because, surprise: we just got back from Paris! That’s why we watched “French Kiss” last week. Daniel needed to see it before the trip. We’ll be back later this week with extra bonus episodes, though, plus a…
“Zip, Bam, BONJOUR!”
Nov 18, 2019 • 69 min
This week, it’s Daniel’s first time to see 1995’s charming “French Kiss,” one of Tracy’s all-time favorites. We talk about the bygone era of romantic comedies, the Kevin Kline Moustache Principle (a real thing), and why Meg Ryan just may have been the…
“I Brought Donuts!”
Nov 11, 2019 • 62 min
We’re kicking off Season 2 with a delicious slice of 1980s cheese: the buddy cop comedy “Running Scared,” starring Billy Crystal and Gregory Hines as Chicago detectives who are just trying to make it to early retirement so they can open a bar in Key West.…
Halloween Bonus: Rosemary’s Baby
Oct 28, 2019 • 103 min
We’re back with a Halloween special! It’s Daniel’s first time seeing “Rosemary’s Baby,” a lighthearted romp about modern women in the 1960s. [Ed. note: This is … not accurate.] Tracy challenges everyone to a fight multiple times, Daniel gets a character…
“Mad as Hell”
Sep 16, 2019 • 73 min
This week is Tracy’s first time to see the award-winning classic “Network,” aka “another one of Daniel’s dark movies from the 1970s.” We talk about how it predicted today’s media landscape, what it got right, and why so many other movies and TV shows have…
“Egermency! Egermency!”
Sep 9, 2019 • 68 min
Russian invaders, American freakouts, and panic in the streets. Nope, it’s not Twitter: It’s 1966’s “The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming,” and it’s Daniel’s first time seeing this classic Cold War satire. We talk about the genius physical…
“I’m Keith!”
Sep 2, 2019 • 78 min
This week, Tracy learns about mantras, MindHead, and keeping it together when she sees “Bowfinger” for the first time. We talk about what Yoda has to do with Steve Martin, why comedy is always harder than drama, and we try to figure out why Robert Downey…
Bonus: “The Matrix 4”
Aug 23, 2019 • 72 min
Warner Bros decides to blow our minds with a fourth Matrix movie, so reinforcements are called in in the form of Tracy’s brother Price. He joins the team via Skype and he and Tracy spend an hour discussing how Neo and Trinity can come back, how there can…
Aug 19, 2019 • 73 min
This week, Daniel sees “Friday” for the first time, which means he finally understands your “Bye Felisha” and “Daaaamn!” gifs. We talk the evolution of Ice Cube, the glory of Bernie Mac, and why this movie was originally four hours long. Stay out of the…
“Yeah, I’m Thinkin’ I’m Back”
Aug 12, 2019 • 69 min
It’s Tracy’s first time seeing “John Wick,” and we talk about why she was so reluctant to see it before now. We also talk action movies, the Keanussaince, Tracy’s abiding love for Ian McShane, and why this movie wouldn’t exist without “The Matrix.” Plus,…
“I’ve Been Kidnapped by Kmart!”
Aug 5, 2019 • 71 min
It’s like mom always said: don’t try to fake your spouse’s kidnapping if your mistress is just gonna frame you for murder. This week, Daniel sees “Ruthless People” for the first time. We talk 1980s style and how weird it is that this is an R-rated Disney…
“Vampires Don’t Do Dishes!”
Jul 29, 2019 • 52 min
Let this meeting of the Taika Waititi Fan Club come to order! This week, Tracy sees “What We Do in the Shadows” for the first time. We talk comedy, vampires, Daniel’s thoughts on ocean life, and New Zealand mockumentaries. Plus there’s singing! (Sorry.)…
Bonus: Kevin Heaven and the One-Armed Man
Jul 24, 2019 • 36 min
Listener mail returns! We dig into 1993’s The Fugitive, one of the all-time greats, and we cover everything from possible plot holes to weird Dutch accents to the perfection that is Tommy Lee Jones. (If you haven’t seen the movie, what have you been doing…
“Oh, Are We On Cops Again?”
Jul 22, 2019 • 69 min
It’s Daniel’s first time watching Drop Dead Gorgeous, which means he got to experience this brilliant dark comedy from 1999 that features exploding beauty pageant contestants, gun-wielding Lutherans, and the national treasure that is Allison Janney. We…
“The Not-So-Minisode”
Jul 18, 2019 • 39 min
Daniel and Tracy tackle some fan mail, podkeeping, hell yeahs, and the Bechdel test in what they thought would be a shorter episode than it actually is. Daniel calls it “Podcasting After Dark.” Tracy calls a Brazilian.
“Psychopathy 101”
Jul 15, 2019 • 56 min
Murder, cab rides, and coyotes: This time out, we’re talking about 2004’s Collateral, which Tracy had never seen. It’s a great movie, and it also turns out to be a textbook look at being a psycho. (In a fun way, we swear.) We also talk Jason Statham,…
“We Had It Made Special!”
Jul 7, 2019 • 76 min
Tracy shows Daniel the sublime Brit rom-com “Four Weddings and a Funeral” as well as the 25th anniversary 14 minute short.
“Space Dementia”
Jun 27, 2019 • 52 min
In episode 2 of our first season, Daniel asks Tracy how she hasn’t seen 1986’s Aliens, directed by James Cameron.
“Everybody Wants Some”
Jun 25, 2019 • 55 min
Daniel and Tracy discuss the season’s first film, “Better Off Dead,” and why Daniel hasn’t seen it until now.