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“Fifty Shades” Movie Trilogy Podcast Review

Dakota Fanning and Jamie Dornan in Fifty Shades of Grey

The Fifty Shades Film Trilogy – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 7

2 men, 3 movies, 4 beers, 150 shades.

Tuck the kids in bed, get out your sex jeans and strap yourself in for this decidedly NSFW episode of Dare Daniel, as Daniel and Corky submit to the ultimate punishment: watching and reviewing all three entries in the Fifty Shades movie trilogy.

After promising last week to review the films in “horrifying detail,” your lip-biting hosts do their dirtiest dirty work yet, reviewing nearly six hours worth of softcore cinema in one epic episode.

Resisting the urge to change directors one-third of the way through the show, the hosts improvise songs about sex denim, while Corky wonders if BDSM stands for Bills/Dollars/Scratch/Moolah and Daniel does the show’s first-ever spit take.

FIFTY SHADES FACTS AND FIGURES

This week’s Darer: Heather Smith

This week’s beers: Revision Reno as F*** (8% ABV); Fieldwork Lilith (8% ABV); Alvarado Street (collaboration w/ Burgeon) Root Bound (8.1% ABV); New Glory Only the Clouds (8% ABV)

This week’s referenced movies: Anchorman: The Legend of Ron BurgundyBlade RunnerLord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingGlengarry Glen RossAfter Dark, My SweetAt Close RangeThe SnowmanDon’t Look NowEyes Wide ShutThe Silence of the LambsCrocodile DundeeTie Me Up! Tie Me Down!; The GodfatherAlohaHard Ticket to HawaiiThe GraduateThe Identical

Ratings for Fifty Shades of GreyDaniel – Dare; Corky – Double Dare

Ratings for Fifty Shades Darker: Daniel – Double Dare; Corky – Double Dare

Ratings for Fifty Shades FreedDaniel – Double Dare; Corky – Double Dare

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