Category: Mini-Episodes

Scare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 21.5

In this week’s bone-chilling episode, the confluence of horror movie season and football season inspires hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell to hold a horror movie murderer fantasy draft, with both hosts going the conventional route and selecting stabbers in the first round.  After braving the schlock-value scares […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 20.5

Welcome to Scare Daniel, a Halloween-themed overlay of the podcast featuring reviews of five maligned horror movies during the entire month of Cork-tober.  First on the chopping block: George Pavlou’s 1986 film Rawhead Rex, a hilariously bad adaptation of a Clive Barker short story that stars David Dukes, Kelly […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 19.5

In this rapid-fire training montage of a mini-episode, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell preview next week’s review of Exposed, an unsurprisingly unmemorable film that was cut to nonsensical ribbons by the studio.  Daniel and Corky also look back through poop-colored glasses at their previous review of Ready to Rumble, and […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 18.5

Leeeeeeeet’s get reeeeeeeady to watch a sad, lazy, coprophiliac sports comedy starring a couple of bottom-feeding Hollywood legacy actors!  Subdued wrestler Corky McDonnell and capital Ganz tax advocate Daniel Barnes strap on some Spandex to prepare for their review of Brian Robbins’ terribly unfunny Ready to Rumble, starring David Arquette […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 17.5

Inspirational calculus instructor Corky McDonnell and homicidal substitute teacher Daniel Barnes head back to school in this recess-sized mini-episode, as they pick their all-time favorite movie teachers.  The pedantic hosts also preview next week’s review of the repulsive comedy Clifford, a film that spent five years developing its flavors before […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 16.5

Thanks to the lingering horrors of Heartbeeps, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell have robots on the brain this week.  After briefly reliving their traumatic review of the 1981 Allen Arkush clunker starring Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters, the hosts try to upgrade their moods by picking their all-time favorite […]

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