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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 20 December 1981Springfield, Illinois, USA
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Brad Jones was born on December 20, 1981 in Springfield, Illinois, USA. He is an editor and producer, known for Midnight Screenings (2011), DVD-R Hell (2011) and Brad & Jerrid (2009). He was previously married to Jillian Zurawski.

Spouse (1)

Jillian Zurawski (17 April 2010 - 24 May 2012) (separated)

Trade Mark (7)

Thick glasses
Wears a black shirt under a black blazer
Dead-pan delivery
Frequently casts Brian Lewis, Sarah Lewis, and Jillian Zurawski in his videos
Deep, smooth voice
Catchphrase: "If I want [X], I'll stick with [Y], thank you very much".

Trivia (14)

Portrayed "The Cinema Snob" on YouTube.
Founder of TheCinemaSnob.com.
Owns several pieces of memorabilia from Caligula (1979), including the double vinyl soundtrack and the special Caligula edition of Penthouse magazine from 1980.
Based his character The Cinema Snob on Roger Ebert's review of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984).
Is a huge fan of Pierre Kirby.
His favorite TV show is Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988).
His favorite drink is Crystal Pepsi. Ever since it was featured on his 'Brad Tries' video series on his web site, and due to high viewer feedback, Jones has been leading a crusade to try and get Pepsi to bring back the discontinued beverage.
Stated that Midnight Heat (2007) is his favorite film that he has made.
His favorite films are Caligula (1979), A Clockwork Orange (1971), Dawn of the Dead (1978), The Toxic Avenger (1984), The Hollywood Knights (1980), Saturday Night Fever (1977), and Vice Squad (1982).
Favorite actor is Nicolas Cage.
Out of all the movies he's reviewed as The Cinema Snob thus far, Brad Jones has confirmed that Nukie (1988) is the worst film he has ever seen.
Has a cat named Lloyd.
Resides in Springfield, Illinois working on various video productions such as The Cinema Snob, Brad Tries, The Big Box, etc., for his web site. [January 2011]

Personal Quotes (1)

[on Cars 2 (2011)] When you got a movie where Larry the Cable Guy has the most screen time in a movie with voices of Bruce Campbell and Franco Nero ... then, you've got some problems.

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