How Did You Miss That?!
A tv & film podcast from Studio71
Each week Davis, Schroeder, Brian, and Odom of the hit YouTube channel the Warp Zone, sit down with each other and ask the all important question “How Did You Miss That?!”. Every episode the guys ruthlessly shame someone for not seeing a seminal movie, be it an Oscar winner or a Razzie winner. And yes, we’ll get to The Room (Oh hi, Mark). We’ll force that person to watch the movie they missed and then we’ll break it down, frame by frame, to see if it stands the test of time. Make sure you don’t miss “How Did You Miss That?!” so we don’t have to shame you too. Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
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