Category: Episodes

“Exorcist II: The Heretic” Podcast Movie Review

Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977; John Boorman) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 25 “It was horrible…utterly horrible…and fascinating.” For the final episode in their Scare Daniel series, hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell synchronize their tones to review John Boorman’s laughably unscary 1977 horror sequel Exorcist II: The Heretic.  […]

“Sleepaway Camp” Podcast Movie Review

Sleepaway Camp (1983; Robert Hiltzik) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 24 “In fond memory of mom, a doer.” Corky McDonnell, a doer, and Daniel Barnes, a don’t-er, put on their shortest shorts and head to Camp Arawak to review Robert Hiltzik’s 1983 cult classic Sleepaway Camp.  An atypical slasher movie that […]

“Transylmania” Podcast Movie Review

Transylmania (2009; David and Scott Hillenbrand) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 23 “Vampire orgy, here I come!” In the latest installment of Scare Daniel, Codex Eroticon scholars Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell put on their most valuable blue jeans to review David and Scott Hillenbrand’s witless and scare-less horror […]

“The Cloverfield Paradox” Podcast Movie Review

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018; Julius Onah) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 22 “This dimension is eating us alive!” Inter-dimensional travelers Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell renew their Netflix streaming subscriptions for this week’s Scare Daniel review of the dreary space horror sequel The Cloverfield Paradox. Originally called God Particle but rewritten […]

“Rawhead Rex” Podcast Movie Review

Rawhead Rex (1986; George Pavlou) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 21 “Your mother’s a vicious rumor!” Throughout the entire month of Cork-tober, the Dare Daniel podcast becomes Scare Daniel, with hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell reviewing five much-maligned horror movies.  First on the chopping block: George Pavlou’s low-budget […]

“Exposed” Movie Review

Exposed (2016; Declan Dale aka Gee Malik Linton) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 20 “Nobody likes you!” After unsuccessfully suing to have their names removed from the episode, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell enter a fugue state to review the utterly indecipherable Keanu Reeves thriller Exposed. A catastrophe on every […]

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