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Truly a man who knows film. He wouldn't - couldn't accept anything that is not pure art. The Snob only approves of truly deep and meaningful films like Salo, and properly disregards trash like Caligula. From your exploitative, to your straight up pornography - The Snob destroys it all. This man has brought light to such classy, underrated geniuses like Pierre Kirby. And if you watch the shows of his pathetic, uneducated partners, such as Brad Jones, Kung Tai Ted, and even 80's Dan, there is a possibility for what some might call "entertainment." The Cinema Snob has the deep, loving voice that could set any woman's naughty regions on edge. Truly, this man is the definition of classy.
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.
I always look forward to Cinema Snob videos. Every time one comes out, I set aside everything, grab my headphones, sit back, and relax while I come near death of continual laughter. My favorite one of his thus far was the one about the talking pussy, Pussy Talk. I laughed so hard when I saw that, and I've been hooked on Cinema Snob ever since. Thank you Brad for making such a great show. Mr. Jones always releases great content, and every time he does release something, I always can't get enough of it. So to everyone reading this, go to his website, find something relevant to your interests, and go watch some funny stuff. Enjoy.
I admit that Cinema Snob is not as good as the Nostalgia Critic or
Linkara. Then again, the IMDb seems to think otherwise. Brad claims his
favorite show is "Mystery Science Theater 3000" which happens to be
mine as well. You can easily see most of these movies appearing on that
show. It's great as it's just fun to look at all these obscure movies.
Granted, they're all bad, but you should acknowledge their existence.
His reviews are much shorter compared to other critics on the website,
but no less interesting.
There's tons of great jokes going on. I think Cinema Snob might have more episodes than any other review show I've ever heard of. I honestly think it'll take years for me to catch up on every single thing Brad has done. It's hard to say if I have a favorite episode as there are just so many. I think for me it might be the ET porno. I admit that the idea of reviewing porn is quite innovative. I'm not into it myself, but it's nice to see it being mocked like other movies that contain narrative.
It's fairly minimalistic and not as complicated as most other shows on Channel Awesome. It's still great to see such a massive number of reviews that show just how one guy is so eager to find so many appropriate movies. Like when I first watched MST3K, it's great to see how many movies he looks at that I've at least heard of. Of all the movies he's ever done, I've only seen a handful. It's weird to imagine how these films were even distributed. This really is a unique review show, 10/10!
I have a you-tube channel where I review bad, terrible movies in my cozy chair. This channel would not exist If it were not for Brad Jones. I've been a movie fan all my life but years ago, I thought if a movie wasn't Kubricky, it wasn't worth watching. After I saw the Snob, I watch Blacula, I spit on your grave, three the hard way, Caligula, Cannibal Holocaust, Sleepaway Camp. While most of those aren't good, It was a good lesson to learn and his snobby attitude and jokes make my day. He inspired me even today and I watch all his stuff, Hooker with a heart of Gold, LLoyd, Midnight Screenings and The Cinema Snob movie. Plus he introduced me to David a.r white
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There is little to find fault with this great internet series. Brad
Jones is an excellent actor and pulls off the role perfectly. The whole
series is around an art film critic who tries to find the art in
exploitation movies. He truly review the absolute WORST films ever
created. Some films he has reviewed are things like "Evil Come, Evil
Go" Horror of the Zombies" "Alucarda" "War of the Wizards" "Tales from
the Quaded Zone" and many other trash films. While he trashes these
films with no remorse while swearing revenge by giving the movie at
least as much pain as they cause him, as you watch enough episodes, you
will notice a secret love for these films, bad as they may be, from our
beloved snob. He is even funnier than the Angry video game Nerd. I can
relate, because even hough I am only 13, I love bad movies. Overall,
this is an excellent show. Ten out of ten.
PS: Brad,, if you are reading, please review the Killer Tomatoe movies, and "Captive" (aka Two) from 1974. I will rejoice if you do!
I didn't get into the Cinema Snob until recently. At first I didn't
really get his jokes and the fact he reviews lesser known movies didn't
really help. I then saw a review of his for one of my votes for "among
the worst movies of all time" (Night Of Horror). After that I started
to enjoy what he does and after looking at a few more of his reviews I
decided that he is definitely worth reviewing on IMDb.
The plot of this show is to take a basic cinema snob and getting him to review (or make fun of) movies in the range of B-Movies to the kind of stuff Mystery Science Theater 3000 would do.
It does make way for a good watch, if you have seen some really awful movies (like the worst of the movies he reviews - the kind that fail on most levels, in scripting or otherwise) then you will like this show, however if you haven't seen the kinds of movies he reviews then there isn't that much entertainment value to it.
So is it worth a look or even a glance? In my eyes it certainly is, but because he isn't as funny as other online critics my suggestion would be to watch a movie you've actually seen to start it off. If you've heard about these movies (like Christian propaganda saying "all rock music is evil" or Friday The 13th clones) then that MIGHT (I put emphasis on the word "might") get you into the show. It is worth a look, but that's around about it.
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