Category: Mini-Episodes

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 27.5

“It’s turkey time…gobble gobble.” In this week’s muscular mini-episode, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell preview next week’s review of Renny Harlin’s Cutthroat Island, a pirate movie more rancid than an expired bucket of Long John Silver’s coleslaw.  After briefly revisiting their review of the hate-filled action comedy Collision Course, the […]

Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 26.5

“The orchestra didn’t have a string section, it had a heartstring section.” Buddy cops Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell play by their own rules in this super-sized mini-episode, avenging each other’s deaths even after the angry Sargeant orders them off the cases.  The mismatched podcast hosts first look ahead […]

Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 25.5

On this beefy mini-episode, comedy legend Corky McDonnell and comedy myth Daniel Barnes take a long nap to prepare for their review of George Clooney’s sleepy art history lecture The Monuments Men.  After predictably rehashing their Suburbicon disagreement, Daniel and Corky revisit the stank number two known as Exorcist II: The Heretic.  […]

Scare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 24.5

On this demonic episode of the Scare Daniel podcast, Daniel and Corky prepare for next week’s review of Exorcist II: The Heretic, John Boorman’s hilariously over-the-top 1977 follow-up to the Oscar-nominated horror classic, by mirroring the out-of-control energy of the sequel’s original theatrical trailer.  Look for Daniel and Corky’s […]

Scare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 23.5

Our Scare Daniel series of much-maligned horror films continues all throughout the month of Cork-tober.  In this sinister mini-episode, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell preview next week’s review of the 1983 cult favorite Sleepaway Camp, while also looking back at their previous review of the lowbrow yet crazily complex […]

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 […]

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