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A high-brow art critic takes a look at films below mainstream. He looks at lesser known titles in the categories of pornography, exploitation, low budget independent, and overly violent. If there's one man who can stomach tasteless trash such as these, Cinema Snob is the man for the job. Written by Anonymous

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Brad Jones had earlier established a cut-off date for all movies he reviewed as the Cinema Snob to be no later than 1995, with sequels and remakes made after that year being the exception. However, starting in 2015, Jones did away with the cut-off date and began reviewing more recent movies, in addition to older ones. See more »

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Jay Sherman? i'll stick with the Cinema snob thank you very much,
28 March 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I love the Cinema Snob, Its comedy gold. I have never laughed harder at anything on the internet before. Brad Jones is a true master of his craft and that craft is making fun of the most messed up movies on the face of the earth. I always find it crazy that some of these movies even exist, ET the porno come on! These movies have the ability to ruin childhoods one at a time. Or even destroy people's minds but Brad makes it all worth it. I look forward to every new episode. Most times i even stop what I'm doing just to watch the snob tear apart the latest porn parody or Bruno Mattei flick.

In short, Roger Ebert? Leonard Maltin? Jay Sherman? I'll stick with Brad Jones's Cinema Snob thank you very much.


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