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“Ready to Rumble” Podcast Movie Review

Ready to Rumble (2000; Brian Robbins) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 19 “Let’s get ready to podcast!” Despite all the icy sugar locking up their nog-nogs, professional septic tank cleaners Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell review Brian Robbins’ unbelievably unfunny 2000 wrestling comedy Ready to Rumble, starring Hollywood legacy bottomfeeders […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 18.5

Leeeeeeeet’s get reeeeeeeady to watch a sad, lazy, coprophiliac sports comedy starring a couple of bottom-feeding Hollywood legacy actors! Subdued wrestler Corky McDonnell and capital Ganz tax advocate Daniel Barnes strap on some Spandex to prepare for their review of Brian Robbins’ terribly unfunny Ready to Rumble, starring David Arquette […]

“Clifford” Podcast Movie Review

Clifford (1994; Paul Flaherty) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 18 “Shame on you!  Shame on your eyes!” In this hell-spawned episode of the Dare Daniel podcast, the Mayor of Wayward Boys-ville Daniel-ass Barnes and Corky the Scary Rex (or is it Scary the Corky Rex?) hatch a ridiculously elaborate revenge […]

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 […]

Film Podcast – Dare Daniel Mini-Episode 16.5

Thanks to the lingering horrors of Heartbeeps, Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell have robots on the brain this week. After briefly reliving their traumatic review of the 1981 Allen Arkush clunker starring Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters, the hosts try to upgrade their moods by picking their all-time favorite […]

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