A new podcast featuring Daisy & Clare as they explore the world’s worst films. Each episode they'll be looking in depth at a film featured on IMDB's Bottom 100 list.
Episodes released fortnightly.
Vampires Suck (2011)
Daisy and Clare are joined by Bolton FMs Alex to delve into the Twilight parody film Vampires Suck. Yes, that's right, it's another Freidberg and Seltzer masterpiece.
Clare remains Switzerland as Daisy and Alex battle it out, so who are you, Team Daisy or Team Alex... wait, Team Sparkles and Team Chihuahua? Team something, there's teams, and vampires, and disco ball penises. It's a film.
00.40 Parody films
00.46 General comedy opinions
00.50 Clare hates Gene Wilder
01.06 Film trivia
01.11 Critic and audience reception
01.30 Our final verdict
01.34 Favourite vampire films and shows
Jack and Jill (2011)
Daisy and Clare are joined by critic Lou Thomas to discuss the Happy Madison film 'Jack and Jill'.
Starring Adam Sandler in a dual role, the three discuss the plot, the humour, and of course, Al Pacino's iconic performance.
Be sure to stick around until 01:13:00 where they share their top Sandler films.
Voice memos from Aidan and Rhys.
Many thanks to Lou for joining us this week, and remember to like, rate, and subscribe!
Daisy and Clare are joint by Billie to discuss the 2007 masterpiece Bratz.
An avid fan of the film, Billie is less than impressed with Clare's attitude towards the film.
10 mins - Clare upsets Billie
50 mins - Billie accuses Clare of being a Tory voter
60 mins - Billie vows to walk off the pod and unfollow Clare
78 mins - Clare is blocked.
Stick around to find out which Bratz character each girl is, and another round of Daisy V Clare as all three girls share their favourite high school films.
Remember to share your Bratitude with us over on our socials and like, rate and review!
I Know Who Killed Me (2007) Part Two - The Dakota Cut
Daisy, Clare, and guest Andrew are back for the second part of their I Know Who Killed Me episode - The Dakota Cut.
In this episode, they deep dive into the director Chris Sivetson, the script issues, production issues, Lindsay Lohan’s career, horror history with a discussion on Giallo films and erotic thrillers as well as Clare's favourite topic - David Lynch films!
Stay until the end for Daisy Vs Clare in top 3 Lohan films, and when in doubt, sew that dead finger back on pals, the movie told us so!
I Know Who Killed Me (2007) Part One - The Aubrey Cut
Daisy and Clare are joint by guest Andrew to delve in to the mind of Aubrey Fleming in 'I Know Who Killed Me'. A film about girls who felt two halves of a whole, we present you Part 1 - The Aubrey Cut. Focussing on a full narrative dissection, we talk the good, the bad, the utterly confusing and the seriously delusional plot.
Grab something blue and join W-Rated back in 2007 for pole dancing, limb removal and creepy, creepy gardeners.
Date Movie (2006)
Daisy and Clare tackle the 2006 film 'Date Movie' and question what was happening in films back in the 2000s as well as sharing their favourite rom-coms.
The best look at the very worst
Get on board with this delightful show trawling through cinema's very worst atrocities. The episodes so far have been a blast and the worst is quite literally still to come. Hosts Daisy and Clare have a natural and enjoyable chemistry and the guests each bring their A game to wreck shop on these Z list flicks. They're doing it so you don't have to, so the very least you can do is listen along and make their herculean efforts not go to waste. Top bantz.
A great listen
I am not an avid film fanatic, by any stretch. I basically mindlessly watch Notting Hill, Matilda, Dirty Dancing, and Easy A on repeat.
But Clare and Daisy have sparked a genuine interest in the actual symbolism, nuance and technicalities of cinema I never thought I’d have! I’m learning loads, it’s a really easy, happy listen (much appreciated in current times), and I can be spared the horror of inflicting my own eyes, ears and mind with the subject matter. This is threefold public service in a podcast, and I am here for it.
Fun and easy listening
A really enjoyable and lovely podcast, taking a unique approach and delving into the lowest rated rated films on IMDb. Daisy and Clare are both knowledgable, engaging and really funny, as they take on the unenviable task of reviewing these less that great films. Their love and history of cinema really shines through as they take a deep dive into each film.