Daniel Dahl is most well known for production, and has 2 known credits, of which 2 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Daniel Dahl’s movies you should definitely watch Killing Heat (2012) Daniel has worked on!
The best rated movie Daniel Dahl has been a part of is the action, comedy, crime movie Killing Heat, where they had the role of production. It has a rating 4.1 on IMDb .
Spare Tyre has a rating on 4.2 on IMDb . Daniel Dahl worked on this horror movie as production.
Daniel Dahl is most known for production. Daniel has worked on 2 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Killing Heat, which has a score of 0.0.
2012 . Action, Comedy, Crime . 1h 30m
As Gordon Goldman. When JD is fired from his dull desk job his old buddies promise him the best vacation of his life. He can't refuse this one-time opportunity and travels to the sizzling heart of Thailand. Together with Gordon Goldman and John Walker he ends straight up in the city of sin: Pattaya. Soon the hooker count stacks as high as the amount of alcohol in his blood and JD gets more and more frustrated that his body isn't coping too well with the heat. His situation doesn't get any better when his buddies go away on some important business leaving JD alone in the land of a thousand smiles. Not knowing much else than ordering alcoholic beverages, JD soon drinks till he passes out. When he wakes up, he's in the middle of the jungle and can't remember anything from the night before. And while fighting his way back to civilization, he gets more and more tangled up in an ordeal he understands nothing of.
2011 . Horror . 21 m
As Arild. John is driving through the most godforsaken area of Norway, when he accidently gets a flat tire. By his attempt to change the tire he realizes that that his car wasn't equipped with one. But as he takes a peek at the ditch next to the road, he sees a whole bunch of spare tires. The world's nicest guy stops to offer help. The problem is that John really do not want help, and he knows an accident rarely comes alone...