Category: Episodes

“King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” Podcast Movie Review

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017; Guy Ritchie) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 6 Failed film franchise experts Daniel and Corky saddle their magic battle elephants to fight the empty CGI spectacle of Guy Ritchie’s 2017 bomb King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Starring the never dynamic Charlie Hunnam, Legend […]

“The Snowman” Podcast Movie Review

The Snowman (2017; Tomas Alfredson) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 5 Hello Mister Filmmaker.  You only shot 85 percent of the clues.  You are very bad at your job. Winter Sports World Cup enthusiasts Daniel and Corky take their detective boxes to the snowy streets of Oslo for […]

“Aloha” Podcast Movie Review

Aloha (2015; Cameron Crowe) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 4 On this week’s episode, film critic Daniel Barnes and comedian Corky McDonnell lei into Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Bill Murray. The hosts discuss the unexpected poetry of e-mail hacks, Manic Pixie Dream Racism, the […]

“Bright” Podcast Movie Review

Bright (2017; David Ayer) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 3 On this week’s episode, Daniel and Corky get the Bright idea to review David Ayer’s made-for-Netflix blockbuster starring Will Smith as an alternate universe LAPD officer and Joel Edgerton as his orc partner.  Your unblooded hosts talk about Elvish […]

Blake rayne, Ashley Judd and Ray Liotta in The Identical

“The Identical” Podcast Movie Review

The Identical (2014; Dustin Marcellino) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 2 Is it an Elvis movie or a Jesus movie (or a dessert topping or a floor wax)?  On this episode of Dare Daniel, film critic Daniel Barnes and comedian Corky McDonnell try to make pompadoured heads or […]

“Grudge Match” Podcast Movie Review

Grudge Match (2013; Peter Segal) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 1 In Round 1 of the Dare Daniel podcast, fierce rivals Daniel and Corky trade punches on Peter Segal’s Grudge Match, starring Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro as shells of their former selves.  Daniel and Corky go the distance […]

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