Tag: bad movies

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel 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 […]

“Suburbicon” Podcast Movie Review

Suburbicon (2017; George Clooney) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 17 “This case stinks.  I smelled it coming off the freeway.” Suburban commandoes Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell travel into the dark heart of 1950s homeowners’ associations to review George Clooney’s ambitious but tone-deaf 2017 black comedy Suburbicon. One of the […]

“Heartbeeps” Podcast Movie Review

Heartbeeps (1981; Allan Arkush) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 16 “These friendly robots are obviously not mischievous trespassers.” Banana daiquiri expert Daniel Barnes and lumber (and its profitable by-products) specialist Corky McDonnell rip open a couple of bags of beers to discuss Allan Arkush’s indelibly disturbing 1981 family […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel 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 […]

“Revolution” Podcast Movie Review

Revolution (1985; Hugh Hudson) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 15 “This is the medical tent of the Revolutionary War: This movie’s chopped to pieces, it’s ugly, it will make you scream, you’ll want to look away several times and you might catch sepsis.” Redcoat haters and rope factory co-workers […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel 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 […]

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