What was that from at 11:16?
The trailer to The Last House on Dead End Street.
Ahh. Thank you!
So then I guess Lloyd's favorite film would be the 1991 killer cats/Timothy Busfield flick Strays? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTJWPalHius
If you think Dogs was bad...it has nothing on Strays!
fuck no. Cat in the brain/nightmare concert by fulci. noob
Oh c'mon Lloyd, you have to admit you cats have this deep darken desire to own more hoo-mans and create an feline empire to where we all have to wear nazi uniforms hailing your Cat-lord, Fe-Fey...or whoever gets the throne first, my cat Oliver gives me the look of "You all shall bow before me..." seriously Brad, we have to stop the new overlords! but I can't do it! be it Cat or Dog, I can't kill them! THEY'RE MY WHOLE LIFE! so fuck it, might as well make my uniform now...
Any joking aside: This film is just a cheap production of a rendition of "Night of the Lepus" And not so sure if I would ever think dogs are scary, because all I have to do is bite the fuck out of their ears and the solution is already made...but I kinda see myself joining them because animals earn my loyalty...so yeah better look out for a 6 foot dude in an Furry suit, roaming around and biting people...So yeah gent, keep it up with the reviews of hilarious films like this, and I'll just keep watching and laughing...see ya!
No Pink Floyd reference? Well, I suppose you're not a big Floyd fan.
AND NOW presenting Pink Lloyd!
A show where Brad Jones shaves his cat.
Because everyone likes a shaved pussy.
Now I want a t-shirt with a Pink Lloyd sitting in front of a wall. If I didn't have another 5000 words to write today I would make something like that on photoshop. Someone make this happen!
Children don't shave, dipshit.
You missed the point, limpdick
No shit, pickletits.
I don't get the pedophile joke either, cuddlebunny.
Or you could have said: "No Dogs reference? You Gotta Be Crazy!" I guess he was dragged down by the stone.
The best thing about these old episodes is believe it or not. I miss that tune. Bring it back
I'm hoping that in a future Snob episode, someone in the Greatest American Hero costume will come in and demand his theme song to come back!
I assumed/hoped that this was going to be a review of the 1989 Soviet movie Dogs (Псы), although I suppose the Snob would like that movie
I don't know... looks an awful lot like the new Star Wars movie to me.
I mean, come on, that looks exactly like Tatooine, does it not?!
And Putin's in it, it seems like the kind of clever social commentary, you would get in a modern Star Wars movie.
Are these the extended cuts of your reviews Brad, or did something happen to the site you saved them?
Now if Susanne Naggy will let you put back Grizzly 2.
A horror movie made by Paramount back in 1975 entitled “Bugs” with the tagline "The picture you see with your eyes closed" has one scene that takes place inside the Brady Bunch house
Actually, it's "Bug!", but yeah, that movie's awesome. Especially the last half hour, where it turns into Lovecraftian horror.
That trailer was hilarious and awesome.
This is your worst episode yet.
You do realize that this was released two years ago, right?
There's an awesome one about cats called "The Uncanny". You should definitely check it out. It's an old anthology, but all the stories are about cats. I don't recall if it was from Amicus or not.
There's an even better one about a genetically modified cat that produces a sort of monster fur-ball head. It's called The Uninvited and stars George Kennedy.
Anyone else want to see Brad and Lloyd review Cat People after watching this again?
Are you talking about the remake with Malcolm McDowell & Nastassja Kinski? :-) I love that movie, & I would love to see the Cinema Snob review it! ^_^
has Brad ever said why he stopped using the theme song?
I believe he said it was due to copyright issues.
Plastic bags. Plastic bags
Now I want to see Brad review SSSSSS
It's a shame that this movie isn't as memorable as Night of the Lepus. Sure, this movie has Colonel Sanders from Spaceballs and Ducky from NCIS, but Lepus had Dr. McCoy from Star Trek and James Johnson from Guyana: Cult of the Damned. ...Wait, what?
4:48- How dare you make that kind of joke on NCIS, Brad. HOW DARE YOU!
8:38- At least the Grady in this movie isn't using the N word.
10:41- I'm sure Brad is happy for Spoony and him NOT seeing The Lone Ranger.
14:01- Agreed. This movie would have been better if it were a self aware comedy, but no, we instead we have a 70's take on Birdemic, but with REAL animals.
dawww Lloyd is so cute
Awesome review, but I'm disappointed there were no Man from UNCLE references. There was even an episode where David McCallum as Illya was getting chased around by dogs the whole time. Though, I do enjoy getting to hear David's actual British/Scottish accent. If Robert Vaughn had been there, they'd have wrapped up this whole killer dogs thing in a jiffy.
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.