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The Cinema Snob: Savage Vengeance
14 March 2015 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Cinema Snob (2009)

"Savage Vengeance"

In this now long-running series, writer-director Brad Jones play the title character, the Cinema Snob, a mainstream or high art critic who decides to review some of the most notoriously bad movies ever made. Since the original episode this series has grown to have a very high cult following and fans from around the world.

The Snob really has a field day on this horrid "unofficial" sequel to I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, which has Camille Keaton playing Jennifer who seeks vengeance after her and her friend are raped. You can look up the history of this horrid, God-awful film but the Snob does a hilarious job at showing off how bad this thing really is. There's a hilarious moment where he talks about the bad DVD cover and an even funnier moment happens when he talks about Keaton walking away from this film. The comedy in this episode is actually quite high because the Snob just has so much material to work with, although he did miss the fact that the opening credits to the film misspell the title.

Episode: A-


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