Category: Mini-Episodes

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 15.5

In this microscopic mini-episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell prepare their pleasure centers for the horrifying hijinx of Allan Arkush’s 1981 misfire Heartbeeps, starring Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters as malfunctioning robots who fall in love.  Great American patriot Daniel also revisits the review […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 14.5

On this thumbnail mini-episode, Daniel and Corky prepare for next week’s review of the 1985 box office bomb Revolution by getting into the character of an anachronistic 18th-century Scottish-American fur trapper.  The hosts also revisit their previous review of Renaissance Man by contemplating “Life in the Streets” from the p.o.v. of a […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 13.5

In this Lilliputian mini-episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, children of the 1980s Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell preview next week’s review of Penny Marshall’s 1994 dud Renaissance Man, starring the hilarious comedy duo of Danny DeVito and Gregory Hines (look for their full-length review on Tuesday).  After piling […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 12.5

Although still unable to stop the music that is slowly driving them insane, Corky and Daniel revisit their review of Nancy Walker’s outrageously energetic Village People musical Can’t Stop the Music.  The hosts also look ahead to next week’s review of the “batshit crazy” Collateral Beauty, starring Will Smith, Edward […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 11.5

In this pint-sized mini-episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, Daniel and Corky get into character to review Nancy Walker’s 1980 musical epic Can’t Stop the Music, a Village People origin story co-starring Steve Guttenberg and Valerie Perrine.  The film that coke-snortingly assumed the already-deceased disco craze would never die, Can’t […]

Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 10.5

On this finger-food mini-episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, we preview our upcoming review of Nikolaj Arcel’s The Dark Tower, starring Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba.  Still not sleeping nights following their traumatic experience with Theodore Rex, Daniel and Corky embrace the darkness by choosing their favorite (and least favorite) […]

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