Scare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 22.5

Continuing their month-long Scare Daniel series, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell kick off this fun-sized mini-episode with a preview of the horror comedy Transylmania, the film so unfunny that even National Lampoon wouldn’t put their name on it.  Boasting a historic discrepancy between critical reviews and audience reviews, Transylmania is emblematic of our country’s increasing divide between ivory tower eggheads and the unwashed hoi polloi, a schism that should only widen when the episode comes out on Tuesday.  The hosts also revisit their previous review, trying and failing to find the paradox (or is it pair-of-dicks?) in The Cloverfield Paradox.  Since Transylmania failed to tickle their funny bones, Daniel and Corky pick their all-time favorite horror comedies, which leads a discussion about misogynist investment bankers and side-boob.  Elsewhere,  Corky compares Evil Dead to Fifty Shades of Grey, Daniel dances around the word “wormhole,” and the hosts read a few of your movie dares.

Scare Daniel Question of the Week: What is your favorite horror comedy?

Corky’s pick: Once Bitten

Daniel’s pick: American Psycho

New Dares:

Freddy Got Fingered (Adam Varona); Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (Mutt Williams)

Related Clips: 

*“Hip to Be Square” murder from American Psycho

*Once Bitten dance-off

*Original theatrical trailer for Transylmania

*Abby Normal’s brain from Young Frankenstein

*Mutt and the monkeys

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