Wait a minute, this isn't an Italian horror film.
Not every episode I do this year will be an Italian Horror film, like how last year not every episode was a What the Fuck Hollywood episode.
I hope what the fuck Hollywood comes back. I really like it. The movies where so weird lol
Would you consider doing a theme year in 2016 or 2017 featuring a predominance of Indian or Asian exploitation films? Plenty of material to mine from (and plenty you've already sampled in previous episodes).
I agree with WhatTheFrank. You shoudl do some Indian films. I recommend Indian Superman. It's on YouTube and it's hilarious. Lex Luthor is a dancing fool.
Oh, like Superman Returns. Except, you know, entertaining.
this has nothing to do with anything but i'm drunk so i feel like i'm entitled to see episodes based on my taste and my taste alone. the power of booze ya know? but when shall we see you snob the movie Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things?
Cruisin 57 was no italian horror either, bro!
Not an Italian horror film?
Hello? Frank MANCUSO Jr.
Brad CLEARLY stated that every video this year would be about Italian horror films and this is NOT!!!!!!# And that makes me SO ANGRY!!!!!!!'!''! 11
No he didn't, he said more Italian Horror movies would be spotlighted this year, just like how a lot of What the Fuck Hollywood movies were spotlighted last year. He didn't say that literally every episode would be an Italian Horror movie.
I assume that half of Brads viewers don't understand a lot of Brads videos since they are full of irony and they don't understand sarcasm at all, like this guy.
dude chill out
FYI I dont think thats the real Brad.His name bar is usually grey.
It's me, I was at a different computer.
Damn it Brad,stop trying to confuse people.
lol..... It's like even his name-bar has to have its own matching 'Snob Suit Jacket' [tm].
Followed by "Friday the 13th Part 5: Swear to God, this is the last one!" and Friday the 13th Part 6: Fuck you, we lied!"
What? No ads?
you got adbock installed? GRATS
This is the movie that inspired the Roger Ebert review that inspired the Cinema Snob show, and it's my favorite of the series so far (still hasn't seen the others, but I will)!
Plus, it's great we're still getting a Friday the 13th episode a few days before a Friday the 13th. In this case, we're also getting new reviews of the series from AVGN himself James Rolfe! Horror fans are going to be happy campers! (See what I did there!)
Now I'm picturing the Cinema Snob doing that dance to the tune of the song Crispin was originally dancing to, AC/DC's Back in Black!
I'm picturing all that, but with him naked. :P You can't have a clothed Snob dancing around, just doesn't feel right.
Wait Brad, i thought you liked the ELm Street remake.
Yeah but most other people don't =)
I'm in that minority, it's flawed sure, but I liked what they were going for. More than the F13 remake, which had aspects that I liked...but overall was a bogged down mess.
Those are some really sweet dance moves.
It's always a good day seeing Brad throw shapes in the church of dance. Speaking of that scene, who was laughing there Brad? Kinda sounded like Sarah.
I've always felt there needs to be a dance monkey dance app on Cinema Snob that forces Brad to do a dance on command.
Isn't that the play button?
The audio was from the movie, so the laughter was from Samantha in the movie.
Obviously it was Lloyd.
A shame Brad didn't dance to the ACDC song Crispin Glover did in the movie.
Wanna make a REALLY good movie about stabbing? Reboot Criminally Insane and/or Crazy Fat Ethel II starring Fat Grandma! Box Office Gold!
clearly Feldman wasn't trying to look like Jason he was dressing like his true hero for confidence he shaved his head to look like the snob.
When will we see Jason in Space?
Major overacting by Spoony.
As opposed to what other kind of acting by Spoony?
And that's not an insult. I enjoy his work (sometimes), especially as Turle, even though he can get a little... particular about things.
SNOB'S JIMBO DANCE - LMFAO!!!!!!!
Awww yeah, missed a side boob at 12:35.
I don't know why, but I really think the title card is one of my favorites... as well as the episode being really good.
I'm not queer or anything but Brad's dancing is sexy.
I'm not queer either but I'd totally blow him
LOL! So many laughs! Such a good episode! I loved this so much, and it really made me put into perspective how good a slasher film can be. And to think, we've got another Friday The 13th next month. I can't wait to see what the Snob conjures up for Jason Lives (since A New Beginning was already covered years ago).
LOL at the The World's End comment. Bash my personal favorite movie, will you, Spoony? You shall die a cruel death! Tolerance of other opinions be damned!
How the heck this movies happen in just a week and no police have block the place?
Now Lloyd is traumatized for the rest of his life.
After watching all the talking vag movies, XXX E.T.s , and Sasquatch pornos along with Big Daddy Snob ..... I think that boat has sailed. :o)
Joseph Bigwood directed this.
God damnit, why did you have to pull out the Spoony joke so far, now I watched every scene with that guy and imagined Spoony as a horny doped out morgue assistant.
I just imagined a toned down horny Doctor Insano
Great review! I really hate this movie because it basically broke the series in a really bad way. Sure the later films were worse, but this the film that had this series go from a fun disposable horror franchise to some of the stupidest crap I've seen in a horror film.
Two of my favourite movies reviewed in the space of two weeks. NICE
Exactly how much do you have to over react to have Gene Siskel become the cool headed voice of reason? That's like Ted Bundy calling someone a misogynist.
Heh, that exploding title is now making me picture Jason Vs. Freddy Vs. Rocky. XÞ
There are going to be three "Friday the 13ths" for the year 2015, February, March, and November.
So in 2016, we will get the 13th Friday the 13th movie?
The question is, will they call it Friday the 1313th?
Friday the 1313th! Directed by David DeCoteau!!
You know what would've been a funny gag, is playing the rap part from "Auto-Manipulator" over Crispin dancing.
I mean, unless someone on YouTube already did that.
Someone did do a loop in slow-mo of it on youtube, that and one of Jason slamming someone against a tree for an hour. Look up Jay Bauman's page, I think they are both still up there.
Will we see part 5 again next month or jump to 6?
Fuck off Siskel & Ebert, you two bloated soccer moms! Yeah I know, respect for the dead and all that. But even in death these two manage to steam my lobster! They'll praise movies like Clerks in which a girl engages in necrophilia (albeit unwittingly), but the moment someone tries to put out a simple scary story, they get out their torches and pitchforks. I suppose Mary Shelly and Edgar Alan Po also deserved to be burned at the stake for attempting to corrupt our youth? (Not that I hold Friday the 13th in the same regard as their works mind you.)
Honestly, Siskel & Ebert recommended some pretty rough movies over the years, I think that slasher movies simply weren't their thing. To defend Ebert a bit here, I really don't think of the man as a prude, especially when he championed a lot of very seedy films of the 70s like "Hardcore", and even some exploitation films like "Last House on the Left." He even wrote one of my favorite exploitation films ever with "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls."
I'm not saying he was some kind of expert on horror or exploitation, or that the movies were even made for him, but I definitely don't think of him as a soccer mom. I really think that it just boils down to slasher movies really not being their taste; plus Siskel & Ebert also thought of them as being pro-hatred of women, which I always disagreed with. Anyone can be killed in a slasher movie, and more often than not, I always found women to be far more empowering, smarter, and dimensional in a slasher movie than I did in a standard action film of the time.
I think it's because a lot of Slashers were specifically aimed at teens and it was fashionable to attack them as reactionary. In 1980 DePalma's Dressed to kill had been heavily picketed by women's groups, Cruising was seen as anti gay and a forgotten one called Windows, with more justification, angered lesbian groups. Even a lot of "real" horror fans had a downer on slasher movies. Stephen King was very dismissive. There were a lot of slasher in a short space of time, mostly picked up for distribution by the majors rather than produced by them. Plus VHS meant they could escape the low rent short run circuit and found a wider younger audience. It's like how people rail against "torture porn" and found footage now.
Oh man Ebert's review of Hellraiser 2: Hellbound is one of my favorite things ever.
Likable characters in a horror movie?What a load.There is no such thing.
I REALLY hated this movie. I liked the first three, but this one was just boring and at times annoying as shit to me. Not to mention the fucking ending. I lost interest in the series after that.
I love Crispin Glover.
True story, I didn't see the first Back to the Future until last year (and I've never seen Willard, though I hear it's pretty good), so I first knew him as the VILLAIN in Lil Bow Wow/NBA vehicle "Like Mike". Which is also one of my favorite dumb kids movies.
This is why you shouldn't get too upset about old grandparents trying to ban video games like GTA.Its just the latest thing people want to blame for crime.Before video games it was horror movies like Fthe13th.Before that it was comics.Before that it was fucking jazz music and rock.Before that it was regular old books.
Im actually surprised about what roger ebert thought about the movie. I always thought these movies were pro marriage anti pre marital sex conservative propaganda hidden under a horror movie(which doesnt bother me in the slightest).
Lloyd!!! And he's confused!
nice work brad, can't wait for the 300th episode.
17:50, missed a nipple, whole 2 frames of it! HAH!
Great episode! Was that last line a hint at another Elm Street movie?
It happens that James Rolfe is reviewing all of the Friday movies in the next few months.
I think NOT!
Da da DA!!!!!!!!
Oh god, Cory Feldman! Stupid piece of crap mov-....Tom Savini! FOUR stars!
Seeee, stabbing isn't ALL we care about, mister Ebert!
I was thinking, slasher movies tend to have a lot of frustrating scenarios like people trying to get laid, or constantly falling as they are chased by someone, or constantly trying to knock someone down who keeps getting back up again, often in claustrophobic or dark locations, and with sex and death frequently occurring and getting mixed up in the same situation. Are these movies supposed to be like anxiety dreams? If so, then they probably have no deeper meaning at all.
Its over thank god were free
Wait what NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THERES A PART 5 BUT THIS WAS THE FINAL CHAPTER
Using Gene Siskel's logic, you only watch films directed by Sam Peckinpah or Martin Scorsese because you want to see people get shot.
THIS WAS NOT LLOYD APPROVED
Does this mean you'll review Rubin and Ed (1991)?
I remember seeing that VHS at the local rental store but not being able to rent it because I was too young. But I think I have seen every Friday The 13th all the way but to Jason Goes To Hell
Fun fact: it's hanged when referring to people. =D
Crap, now the sentence doesn't make any sense.
Well, after seeing the Snob's "Rudies" dvd, I think the correct term is 'well-hung'.... :)
This movie actually looks pretty fucking awesome.
It's my favorite of the series. The last good one besides Jason Lives.
Jason Lives?! Some folks have a strange idea...
So the message of the movie according to Ebert is how life really is? It's better to watch people die in a movie than in real life. Siskel made more sense, and he was still wrong.
He must have loved Final Destination, then.
Hey Brad cool review you check out these videos here by the Cine-Masochist. The third links you will love the ending if you love the Chrispen Glover Dance.
Why did you remove the Last aMurican Hero theme?
Miss it :/
Another hilarious ep. :) The Lloyd reaction shot always gets me.
Guys, I think Crispin Glover might be a bit crazy and weird
This is the most complete (and hilariously accurate) review of The Final Chapter I've ever seen.
Anybody who makes a 30+ minute video means business.
Loved every second.
Lloyd after he watches Brad's Crispin Glover impersonation:"Did that human get into my catnip again?"
Wow..... I watched this on a Friday the 13th.... XD
You should totally review the august underground movies sometime. In particular I recommend the second installment Mordum. I love seeing reviews of messed up movies, keep up the good work! :)
Lloyd's reaction to that dance was priceless, I loved how his head backed up a little bit really fast.
I actually liked Dream a Little Dream.
I have a dilemma ...Jason Lives is one of my fav movies ever...so if the Snob does this movie...should I be excited that Ill see clips of my fav movie...or sad he is going to tear it apart?
I wonder if Brad knows all this trivia about these movies or if he does research. Honestly I could believe either...or both.
i hope if he does part VI next...the title card shows Brad with paintball goggles and a "dead" headband
A Halt and Catch Fire reference? My man!
I love this show but god Brad you really need to look into updating your camera sometime, it's starting to get so blurry I feel like I have cataracts.
And in the end Jason's finally killed by a black hole by the son he some how has
I remember how fucking disappointed I was when I finally got my hands of uncut version of this shit here in shithole finland.
It sounded good: It was supposed to be final showdown, since it clearly seemed time to call it off after telling basically the same story for the fourth time. Gore effects made by Tom Savani I honestly expected something special.
After watching friday 13th documentary actors stated they were stoned fuck over their minds when shooting and oh boy does it show. (I love weed, but perhaps they have waited for 15 minutes at least after toke to make full sentences properly). Rest was ruined by MPAA rating cutting almost all gore out and one of the main characters of the absolute shit script being annoying kid pretty much finished it.
No wonder they just couldn't end it all to this stinker.
I could be wrong, but wasn't Ebert knee deep in his alcohol abuse problems by the time of that review? Could explain his reaction to the movie and its "harsh world view." Mind you, I'm well into MY OWN alcohol abuse problems right now; so take this comment with a grain of salt.
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.