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Film Podcast – Scare Daniel Mini-Episode 22.5

Continuing their month-long Scare Daniel series, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell kick off this fun-sized mini-episode with a preview of the horror-comedy Transylmania, the film so unfunny that even National Lampoon wouldn’t put their name on it. Boasting a historic discrepancy between critical reviews and audience reviews, Transylmania is emblematic […]

“The Cloverfield Paradox” Podcast Movie Review

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018; Julius Onah) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 22 “This dimension is eating us alive!” Inter-dimensional travelers Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell renew their Netflix streaming subscriptions for this week’s Scare Daniel review of the dreary space horror sequel The Cloverfield Paradox. Originally called God Particle but rewritten […]

Film Podcast – Scare Daniel Mini-Episode 21.5

wIn this week’s bone-chilling episode, the confluence of horror movie season and football season inspires hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell to hold a horror movie murderer fantasy draft, with both hosts going the conventional route and selecting stabbers in the first round. After braving the schlock-value scares […]

“Rawhead Rex” Podcast Movie Review

Rawhead Rex (1986; George Pavlou) – Scare Daniel Podcast Episode 21 “Your mother’s a vicious rumor!” Throughout the entire month of Cork-tober, the Dare Daniel podcast becomes Scare Daniel, with hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell reviewing five much-maligned horror movies.  First on the chopping block: George Pavlou’s low-budget […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 20.5

Welcome to Scare Daniel, a Halloween-themed overlay of the podcast featuring reviews of five maligned horror movies during the entire month of Cork-tober. First on the chopping block: George Pavlou’s 1986 film Rawhead Rex, a hilariously bad adaptation of a Clive Barker short story that stars David Dukes, Kelly […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 19.5

In this rapid-fire training montage of a mini-episode, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell preview next week’s review of Exposed, an unsurprisingly unmemorable film that was cut to nonsensical ribbons by the studio. Daniel and Corky also look back through poop-colored glasses at their previous review of Ready to Rumble, and […]

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