Manage episode 294410970 series 2177502
Deadly Attraction – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 90
“I can’t believe this is happening!”
Recorded live from a Red Lobster parking lot, Daniel and Corky review the immoral moralizing of Menetie T. Ejeye’s Deadly Attraction. A deranged take on the Oedipal myth, Deadly Attraction stars Matt O’Neil as Mark, the world’s worst human. Exhibiting no sense of morality while aggressively hawking Christian redemption, Deadly Attraction is a tone-deaf catastrophe of atrocious dialogue, awful acting and filler improv.
Elsewhere, Daniel and Corky discuss money guns, Papyrus font, Trigger warnings and Dad necklaces.
Spookies (Ryan L. Terry)
DEADLY ATTRACTION FACTS AND FIGURES
This week’s themed cocktail: The Demon Child (1 oz. Maker’s Mark Bourbon, 1.25 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter whiskey, 1/2 tsp. Luxardo, 1/2 tsp. grenadine, one dash Angostura orange bitters, one dash Fee Brothers aromatic bitters, one dash El Guapo Summer Berries bitters)
This week’s darer: Gunnar Pearson
Gunnar’s dare: “Hey guys, did you know that there is another horrible movie out there called 365 Days? Well, now you do. Renamed Deadly Attraction by some distributors, it is one of the strangest bad movies you will ever see. And much like that other 365 Days movie you guys watched, the leading man in this movie is the worst person ever. I think the director was going for a rip-off of American History X but failed due to a combination of horrible dialogue, terrible pacing, non-existent character development, and the most inconsistent tone I have ever seen in a movie.”
This week’s referenced movies: 365 Days; Elvira, Mistress of the Dark; God’s Not Dead; The Room; mother!; The Social Network; Good Will Hunting; Man on the Moon; Can’t Stop the Music; Love on a Leash; The Legend of Bagger Vance; Risky Business
Ratings: Daniel – Double Dare; Corky – Double Dare
CLIPS AND CLIPPINGS
Follow Dare Daniel on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to listen, rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Listen Notes, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and more. New episodes come out every other Tuesday! Please help support the show by clicking the Donate button on the homepage and send us your movie dares.
Read more of Daniel’s movie reviews at Dare Daniel and Rotten Tomatoes.