Category: Podcast

Deadfall (1993) Nicolas Cage

“Deadfall” (1993) Podcast Movie Review

Deadfall – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 63 “Hi-fucking-ya!” It took them over 60 episodes, but Daniel and Corky are finally ready to review their first Nicolas Cage movie. Did Cage’s unhinged performance as a psycho gangster in Deadfall live up to the hype? Also known as Nepotism: The Motion […]

Megaforce (1982)

“Megaforce” Podcast Movie Review

Megaforce – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 62 “Get ready for a high-speed moccasin blowout!” Although still social distancing, Daniel and Corky welcome comedian and Barley & Me host Ben Rice on this week’s episode. Ben even supplied a flavor-forward beer from Flatland Brewing to contrast with this week’s […]

Forbidden Zone

“Forbidden Zone” Podcast Movie Review

Forbidden Zone – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 61 “It’s an Elfman movie.  Who could ask for more?” Recorded pre-quarantine, Daniel and Corky travel to the sixth dimension to review Forbidden Zone.  The film was a box office failure that found a long second life as a midnight movie.  But […]

Cats (2019)

“Cats” (2019) Podcast Movie Review

Cats (2019) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 60 “Jellicle cats are simultaneously the most explained and unexplained things in the world.” Daniel and Corky are sheltering in place, but the podcast goes on.  For their first quarantine episode, Daniel and Corky review Tom Hooper’s wretched musical adaptation of […]

Norbit Eddie Murphy

“Norbit” Podcast Movie Review

Norbit – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 59 “Everything in this movie is so pathologically unclever.” In this week’s episode, Daniel and Corky disappear into the roles of white, middle-aged podcast hosts with their review of the outrageously unfunny Norbit. Eddie Murphy co-wrote and co-produced this series of fart […]

The VelociPastor

“The VelociPastor” Podcast Movie Review

The VelociPastor – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 58 “Self-consciously shitty is still shitty.” Even the director of The VelociPastor believes that it would be a fool’s errand to find meaning in the film. Thankfully, we’ve got the two fools for the job.  Film critic Daniel Barnes and comedian […]

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