Category: Mini-Episodes

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel 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) […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 9.5

On this lightning round mini-episode recorded live at Sac City Brews Neighborhood Tap House, Daniel and Corky preview Theodore Rex, a film that they both agree is the worst thing they will ever review on this show.  It is available to view in a beat-up print on YouTube, but […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 8.5

Still full from a delicious brunch at Sac City Brews Neighborhood Tap House in Tahoe Park, Daniel and Corky try to get into the proper mindset of irrational paranoia for next week’s review of The Circle. The hosts also warm up some leftover strudel by taking a look back at their […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 7.5

On this fun-sized Thursday mini-episode, Daniel and Corky prepare to go to war with Melanie Griffith and Michael Douglas in next week’s review of Shining Through, while also flashing back to favorite moments from their epic review of the entire Fifty Shades trilogy. Your submissive hosts also discuss re-casting Paul Lynde as Christian […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 6.5

Daniel and Corky recorded this week’s mini-episode at Sac City Brews Neighborhood Tap House in Tahoe Park.  The boys chase down their brunch and beer by praising Jude Law’s royal slouch from King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Elsewhere, the hosts bite their lips in anticipation of next […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 5.5

In this lightning round mini-episode, Daniel and Corky unsheath their swords in anticipation of next week’s review of Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, available now on HBO on demand services. They also look back in confusion at their coffee bean bet from last week’s review of The […]

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