Category: Episodes

“China Salesman” Podcast Movie Review

China Salesman (2018; Tan Bing) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 30 “Looks like you’ve become the badass I once hoped to be.” It’s treason season on the Dare Daniel podcast, as film critic Daniel Barnes and comedian Corky McDonnell review the Chinese state-sponsored propaganda of Tan Bing’s China Salesman, […]

“Fifty Shades of Grey” movie trilogy – Dare Daniel Podcast review

Fifty Shades of Grey film trilogy – Dare Daniel Podcast Rerun 1 Two men, three movies, four beers, one hundred fifty shades. It’s a New Year, but an old episode.  Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell are still recovering from the holidays, so please enjoy this repeat of our […]

“A Christmas Story 2” Podcast Movie Review

A Christmas Story 2 (2012; Brian Levant) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 29 “Not again!” Hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell head to the front lines of the War on Christmas to review Brian Levant’s straight-to-VOD atrocity A Christmas Story 2, a holiday-themed pit of despair that serves as […]

“Cutthroat Island” Podcast Movie Review

Cutthroat Island (1995; Renny Harlin) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 28 “Bad dog!” On this explosive episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, scurvy dogs Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell hang Renny Harlin’s inept 1995 action movie Cutthroat Island from the critical yardarm. A notorious box office bomb that’s even worse […]

Noriyuki "Pat" Morita and Jay Leno in Collision Course

“Collision Course” Podcast Movie Review

Collision Course (1989; Lewis Teague) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 27 “I’m on your ass!” In this turbocharged episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, dream team hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell review the crazy-racist buddy cop comedy Collision Course, featuring the nightmare team of Jay Leno and Pat […]

“The Monuments Men” Podcast Movie Review

The Monuments Men (2014; George Clooney) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 26 “This movie is proselytizing in the most shallow and empty way–it’s a movie of other movies.” Hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell wade into the moral cesspool known as Hollywood for their review of George Clooney’s pious, […]

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