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.
After explaining to us what an actual snuff movie is, the Snob turns his attention to the 1976 film, which when released was a rather controversial movie. The Snob explains what the producers did to this film in order to sell it but no matter how you slice it this film is pretty bad. The Snob attacks various parts of it including the bad dubbing but also some of the horrid acting that you find plus the fact that the movie you're watching ends without you know what happened because they cut away to the newly produced footage. The Snob even rightfully goes after Blue Underground for the way they released it. Overall this is another highly entertaining episode and there's no question that it's much more entertaining than the film itself.
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