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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 […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 4.5

Daniel and Corky kick off this fast-paced, action-packed mini-episode by previewing next week’s review of the nonsensical non-thriller The Snowman, which is available to rent on all the usual VOD services. They also provide some final thoughts on last week’s review of Aloha, contemplating whether or not Bill Murray’s character […]

“Aloha” Podcast Movie Review

Aloha (2015; Cameron Crowe) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 4 On this week’s episode, film critic Daniel Barnes and comedian Corky McDonnell lei into Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Bill Murray. The hosts discuss the unexpected poetry of e-mail hacks, Manic Pixie Dream Racism, the […]

“Bright” Podcast Movie Review

Bright (2017; David Ayer) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 3 On this week’s episode, Daniel and Corky get the Bright idea to review David Ayer’s made-for-Netflix blockbuster starring Will Smith as an alternate universe LAPD officer and Joel Edgerton as his orc partner.  Your unblooded hosts talk about Elvish […]

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Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 2.5

On this action-packed Dare Daniel mini-episode, Daniel and Corky preview next week’s review of Bright, and they offer some closing thoughts on their previous reviews of Grudge Match and The Identical. The hosts also discuss the acting career of Mark S. Allen, probe Corky’s sordid history with Joe Carnahan […]

“Grudge Match” Podcast Movie Review

Grudge Match (2013; Peter Segal) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 1 In Round 1 of the Dare Daniel podcast, fierce rivals Daniel and Corky trade punches on Peter Segal’s Grudge Match, starring Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro as shells of their former selves.  Daniel and Corky go the distance […]

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