Category: Podcast

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“Warcraft” Podcast Movie Review

Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 44 – Warcraft: The Beginning (2016; Duncan Jones) “Everyone is constantly explaining things, and yet nothing makes any sense.” The Beginning is the end is the beginning this week on the Dare Daniel Podcast.  Magic school dropouts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell travel to […]

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“Cool as Ice” Podcast Movie Review

Cool as Ice (1991; David Kellogg) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 43 “He is devoid of personality, and he’s supposed to be the lead of a movie that people are drawn to.  Why does anybody not find this man repellant?” Put on your Gaultier sunglasses and graffiti-tagged parachute […]

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Dare Daniel Podcast: All Dares Episode

Dare Daniel Podcast – The All Dares Episode “I need to share this pain with someone.” On this very special episode, heathen Daniel Barnes and Corky “Spoonman” McDonnell celebrate the loyal listeners of the Dare Daniel podcast. First, Daniel and Corky work through a bumper crop of bad […]

“The Beautician and the Beast” Podcast Movie Review

The Beautician and the Beast (1997; Ken Kwapis) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 42 “Talk to the hand!” Long-suffering Slovitzian factory worker Daniel Barnes and “classy European” Corky McDonnell return to Sac City Brews to record their review of Ken Kwapis’ maliciously PG rom-com The Beautician and the Beast. […]

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“Mac and Me” Podcast Movie Review

Mac and Me (1988; Stewart Raffill) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 41 “Hundreds dead and a city on fire as a dance party at McDonald’s spirals out of control.” On this product placement-heavy episode, hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell review the horrifying family film Mac and Me.  […]

Milla Jovovich in Ultraviolet

“Ultraviolet” Podcast Movie Review

Ultraviolet (2006; Kurt Wimmer) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 40 “It’s an assault on your eyes, on your intelligence, on your ears.” Sarcastic hæmophage Daniel Barnes and Vice-podcaster Corky McDonnell use their unique blend of gun-kata criticism to review Kurt Wimmer’s Ultraviolet. The film stars Milla Jovovich as a […]

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