Another fabulous review. If you don't see any other video reviews this hour, you MUST see this review...and maybe also part 1 and part 2.
I normally like the Guardian's political and pop culture commentary, but this film is certainly not the worst movie ever made.
Granted, I'm not sure that the hero found a gateway to heaven, and we all know that the gateway to hell is located in the Buffyverse...so at what point did our hero...knock....knock....knock on heaven's door?
This was certainly my favorite of the Heaven's Gate trilogy. Too many jokes to recount! But if I'm to understand this review correctly it seems like only the negative comments get attraction around here so...
Fuck'n Cinema Snob. Lloyd has more eyebrow hair than you do, asstard.
YOU BASTARD TAKE THAT BACK! THAT CAT IS A SAINT!
Oh please, it was obviously Lloyd's stand in.
You're probably just joking anyway but it's not necessarily the negative comments that get the most attention.
At least the way I see it the normal and well written comments and reviews with their honest praise and critic are the reason Brad would put up with reading the comments section that contains stupid troll comments in the first place, otherwise there'd be no reason to. (I assume.)
That makes the good comments more important than the shitty ones.
Another great review. 300 and still going strong, you're one of the best out there and one of the biggest inspirations for me to follow my dreams of becoming a SUCCESSFUL filmmaker. Thanks for everything, Brad and everyone else on the site, keep up the great work!
The Indiana comic con line was deliciously perfect. Not only is it in poor taste all around, but only like 2% of your watcher will get it.
Absolutely PERFECT, and as much as that sounds like sarcasm, it isn't.
Agreed, I had to pause the video to both laugh at and quit reeling from that one.
It was great, I scared someone in the next room letting out an "OHHH!" after that.
Yeah, Jesus Christ the nonchalant-ness of it was what got me.
Not gonna lie, I actually found it inappropriate (and cold) and almost worthy of turning the review off for a while. I didn't even uncomfortably laugh like I did for the similar joke in The Crippled Avengers...
No disrespect to you Brad, I love you and I overall take your side on the matter, but can't we just all let that go? I mean, you've stated you were over it so why bring it up again? It feels petty, especially when all you have is the love and support of your fans and the other two (mostly Rayn) have had to deal with fans coming to them and insulting them harshly and trying to defend you for a situation that we have nothing to do with. It is one of those things that should be dead by now and it's something that keeps coming back. I'm sorry, I don't want to annoy you, or piss you off. I loved the rest of the review and I don't want to make you mad... I just think that this should be the last of the references to that event. And that this one would have been better off cut from the review.
It's not like he's bringing it up in every other video for no reason. Brad's trying to do comedy here, he saw a place for a joke and he tossed it in.
@Jessica: I understand that, it just could have and should have been edited out in my opinion. There was no reason that particular joke had to be made. It made me uncomfortable and I think that I'm allowed to at least share that opinion.
How dare I make light and have a sense of humor about something from my own life. You're reading far more into that than I put into it, especially considering how it's the first joke about that that I've ever made. And considering how I make jokes about things from my past all the time (such as my history with drug use, and spoofing my divorce in 80s Dan), it's not exactly out of left field for this site.
Yeah, this person obviously never saw Richard Pryor perform.
Fuck, Brad, I thought the cocaine addiction was just 4chan bullshitting.
But yea, Echo, it's the first joke. Let it go. If its the first of 1000 in the next 3 reviews, then we can put Brad on trial, but for now, lighten up.
You don't think making a joke about the situation is a sign of letting things go?
Your hand wringing is ridiculous and, frankly, who gives a shit if it makes YOU uncomfortable? It's a joke about something that happened in Brad's own life, who the hell are you to try to dictate what he does with his own life experience? Turning that into how upset YOU are is quite the feat of self-absorption.
Not gonna lie, I spit my drink out when he made that joke and I laughed for like 2 minutes :)
Don't listen to all of that. Same thing happened to Christopher Titus, You don't fuck over the heart of a comedian and expect ZERO retaliation in joke form.
Brad was being classy in my opinion
You know, there are some words I've known since I was a schoolboy: "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." Those words were uttered by Judge Aaron Satie, as wisdom and warning. The first time any man's freedom is trodden on, we're all damaged.
What joke? I'm confused. What joke did you not like?
Echo you should go back to Tumblr where you belong. Being sensitive isn't going to get you anywhere. Especially on the internet. Can't take a simple joke? Then the internet is't for you.
twistedpuppet: His comment about a female character asking if she could love two men "should have been saved for Indiana Comic-Con". It's based on a recent incident involving Brad, his then-girlfriend, and former friend/cast member Jake Norvell.
Yeah, that was the part where even during the movie's set up for the joke, I had this awkward, "ehhhhhhh....", wondering if he was going to go there, and sure enough he did, so I laughed.
...kind of strange how that of all things was what tread along the edges of my comfort zone (well, that and the horse!), but hey, if he himself can laugh at it, then it's all good. And y'gotta admit, it was a glorious coincidence that the movie would give that opportunity in the first place!
Wonderful ending! Here's to 300 more! Looking forward to the future of the Snob and of course LLOYD! Brad, you never cease to amaze me with you talent for entertaining content. :-)
Great review as always snob, never die please that's my only request.
I do believe Lloyd brought up some of the most important points in this review. Who knew there was a connection between this movie and Guyana: Cult of the Damned?
Fun times. Fun times.
I had a hard night at work, and I come home to this, and I swear Snob, you save my sanity every week. I was hoping this would be here when I got home and it was, and it was amazing. Lovely. Meta. Hell, if you wanted to do an out-of-character review or discussion of the film, I'd be all ears (but I'm sure you're a little tired of it by now).
I'm not surprised it's been reevaluated positively these days; I think we're more use to 2.5 hour films now. Once you train yourself to deal with the length, it's easier to evaluate how the time is used instead of complaining about the length. It certainly looks beautiful. I think I might check it out some long day.
Also, how the hell did you get Lloyd to keep his mouth shut? He's a vocal little guy.
Anyway, good job, you keep being you, and thanks to you and your lovely costars for a great end to a great review.
That was highly enjoyable.
My slow clap for this review is entirely nonironic, Brad. As is this comment. :)
Oh man that Comicon line was brutal. Man I wish I could come up with something that cutting and precise in my own life.
I love a good catty joke ;)
Even Lloyd was heard to say "Me-YOW"....
I wish we could post images here so I could post this for that Indiana Comic Con line:
There was the bones of a decent review buried in there somewhere, but rebuilding an exact replica of Springfield in 2015 when you didn't even see it on screen is pure indulgence and who were these people! I didn't understand their relationship to each other. And the whole Lloyd Snob thing seemed forced, trite and unconvincing. Why was Fat Grandma built up as a major character and then barely featured, What was the point of the Bros and did you really need to shoot 70 takes of every arch aside when no one could tell them apart.? In short this is the worst review ever made and shows what happens when a so-called genius is let loose to make the so called Great American Review. Worse it means Turkish Heaven's Gate Review and Shot on Shitteo will never be finished.
And because of the Snob's callous disregard for the lives of chickens, every review afterwards has a comment from the Humane Society that says "FIRST," which is short for "Fowl Is Really Safely Treated."
Excellent review, Snob. I really appreciated the Child's Play 2 joke.
Your joking. It's the worst review ever made. I saw it with an audience and people were laughing not so much at the jokes but at the dead weight of its empty formalism. and mise en scene.
Yeah because god forbid people have an opinion on these Heaven's Gate videos. Stop being pretentious and let people like what they like
I genuinely watched this with an audience and literally the firsts thing said, was " Craig Golightly is such a pedantic slave to aggressive structural formalism" at which point mass outbreaks of laughter erupted only to be immediately topped by "and yet curiously his mise en scene lacks elegance". You had to be there, As for pretentious? Pretentious moi! I assure you this is the way we all talk down at the shipyard. as we ply our humble trade and ruminate upon matters cultural.
You're on fire in the comment section. Your analysis has given fresh perspective to the semiotics of the Cinema Snob's works. I feel like I need to watch this review again, this time as a whole, to understand and learn from the clear failings in the work. I look forward to your future contributions in Snob criticism. Do you have any other fields of study?
After all this I'm curious if there is a Turkish version starring Cuneyt Arkin as the Kris Kristopherson character.
I do believe Heaven's Gate needs some Godfrey Ho editing so more people will like it. Ninjas fix everything.
This film, makes me so mad with all the deaths involved that makes no sense, I wanna shoot someone...and I dont even own a gun!1
Having now seen the entire thing I've got to say that Brad echoes my opinions quite a bit regarding this review.
The non-film commentary portions SEVERELY hurt this review and frequently left me wanting to turn it off and move on to something else. It's only my long time enjoyment of Brad's work that kept me around for the entire thing.
I will agree that part 3 was far and away the best simply because it trimmed the fat and focused most on the movie. Of course just like the other two parts this one is tarnished by Brad's attempts instill humour/entertainment through trying to make his reviews production mirror the films.
I agree, I don't come to this site to "laugh" or for "jokes". This is serious business. This entire review was RUINED by the 5-second cut to Lloyd. I am so outraged about this that I'm going to file a grievance with my local union.
Although while I did like the review and was okay with the non-movie related jokes, I think his/her point is less that "there were too many jokes" and more "there were too many cutaway jokes that had nothing to do with the movie." While I don't mind them too much (I'm usually indifferent), I know a lot of people have a problem with side plots and cutaway jokes in comedic reviews. I personally liked the fact that he parodied "Heaven's Gate"'s production process in a meta way. But I understand that some people would rather have verbal jokes about the movie because it's more focused on the review aspect. That said, I do agree with you that wanting him focus on the review aspect of this particular review show is a bit ridiculous, especially when the Cinema Snob's a parody of snobby types and isn't always going to give Brad's honest opinion on a work. But I guess, it all boils down to whether or not you enjoy those types of jokes.
Why am I suddenly picturing a 100 foot Christopher Walken terrorizing New York?
Nah, he just needs to reenact his character from McBain. The man shot down a plane with a pistol.
Passing judgement on something before it's completed? *cough*Batmanvsuperman!*cough*
Holy fuck the Jake/Rainn joke. That was so savage I had to take an asshole expanding dump.
Man, this movie is traumatizing for me to watch.
Maybe the horse'splosion won't be as bad if we imagine it as a Monty Python routine. "How not to be seen" *Boom!* ....no, it's not working. It's not working at all.
Gorgeously shot movie, but...CHRIST!
That was messed up. And here I thought the Italian cannibal movies were bad.
Not that Cannibal Holocaust gets a free pass now. Horse Salsa may be a bigger mess than Turtle Soup, but they both did a baaaad, bad thing.
And if I interpreted the Snob correctly, he said the horses were "returned to their owners" traumatized? So, did they basically have to tell some guy who rented out horses to this movie's production,
"hey, here are your horses back! What? Oh, the shaking! Nah, don't mind that, they're just jittery cuz they're excited for being in a movie; they're stars now! The one rocking back in forth in the corner may miss its mommy though, HEY, speaking of which, you like barbecue?"
I'm not an animal lover by any means.
Having said that, I'm not a lover of animal cruelty either, and for this callous disregard, Cimino needs to be stripped naked, manacled behind a horse-drawn cart and dragged through the streets being beaten by mental patients with spiked planks covered in dogshit.
And here's to 300 more trivia-filled, witty reviews! The Cinema Snob, Midnight Screenings and 80s Dan have brought a lot of levity to this movie lover's life.
The opening of this parodying the "Final Cut" documentary blew my mind. I mean, how many people have even watched that?!
(I guess I just caught myself in a hipster "you've probably never heard of it" moment)
Thank you for spotlighting my comment Brad.
Huh, I didn't know Ed had a lisp. And holy shit, I hope the owners of those poor horses sued.
I actually liked all 3 reviews, Brad. And didn't mind the fact that it's a 3 part review, I just took it for what it was.
You're probably the last reviewer I watch who is actually funny, with very sharp and clever jokes.
And I've never heard of Heaven's Gate disaster before, so bonus points for teaching me something new. :)
Looking forward to the next 100 episodes! Cheers!
Exploding Horses... or perfectly timed Spontaneous Equine Combustion?
Congrats on 300 episodes good sir, and here's to 300 more.
The Indiana comic con line was great, its good to laugh at the terrible shit that happens in our past. Hope you are doing better and I loved this episode.
You know what this movie needed? A SCRIPT!
Virtual FUCKING Boyd cameo FTW!
Well, that was the Heaven's gate Review. What's the next milestone going to be? My money's on the missing Pierre Kirby film.
William Friedkin's Cruising.
That's what I thought the 300th would have been. Still waiting for that one. Maybe he can do 8 Million Ways to Die or something along those lines
Dear Cinema Snob,
If my memory isn't failing me I thought you were going to make the review of other movies in between the 3 parts of Heaven's Gate, don't you?
I find your lack of commitment disturbing and I can't help myself to think that this review is nothing more than an egotrip of you, who do you think you are to be so perfectionist, Michael Cimino?
Anyway, jokes apart Brad, congratulations for your journey, 300 episodes and you are still impressing us, your fans, with your comedy skills, your spot on criticism and your creativity which allows you to adapt your review with the style of the film. Keep going Brad, keep it up and we go with you!
A glorious 3 part review. Congrats on 300 episodes and plenty more in the future, buddy!!
In case you don't know; the ads that have been playing on all three videos were about visiting Wyoming.
28:05- Vincent Canby hated Star Wars Episode V, noted for being one of the best sequels of all time. Darth Vader should have also thrown HIM down that elevader shaft.
The Guardian is a fine newspaper, but it's movie reviews are pretty dreadful
That and that one article about how men need to stop writing to allow more female writers. And Jay Allen. Like anything that comes from that fool's mouth. I respect the ex-journo who brought it Edward Snowden, but for me it's out-Onioned the Onion.
The comment about Brad going SJW made me laugh the most because if that were the case Irving would be fired and emotional dictator Kyle Kallgren would've been one of the bros, the self-righteous prick. Regarding the burning house tho, I gotta wonder what goes in his head to focus so much on that letter. Feels like a certain gag in Police Squad's pilot's introduction.
Brad sure does a great Willem Dafoe impression of his 'Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate' voiceover.
I am humbled by this masterpiece.
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Great review! I loved the making of parts, especially Ryan and Sarah. The part about being chased by bros was priceless. The Comicon joke made me laugh so loud that I had to rewind to catch what I missed!
Its not a good review. But I understand the point and parallels. One of my minor dreams would be to make an independent movie produced by stoned gremlin, cinematography by james rolfe(Seriously I think he understands camera angles and camera work better than anyone, sorry Admiral Crackers), and a script of mine. Unfortunately I don't think this site will ever be big enough to produce an actual theatrical release.
I don't care how many episodes you make out of it or how long is it. As long as it's funny and entertaining. I'm surprised you didn't make a mention of the Heaven's gate group that actually killed themselves some years ago in California, thinking a UFO was going to pick them up. That's all I can think of when I see the name of the movie. It may have been the right call not to bring it up or not.
Thank you Brad for 300 episodes.
Yeah, that's it. No joke. Just wanted to say "thanks."
I don't comment on here much, but I felt that you definitely deserve a hardy congratulations, Brad. I have watched your reviews countless times and they have gotten me through a lot--good times, bad times, boring times and work times. No matter what happens, I know I can come on here and turn on any of your THREE HUNDRED videos and know that I'll be laughing or enjoying myself, no matter what I else I may be doing at the same time. You've exposed me to a whole genre I would never know existed and found comedy in some of the most thoroughly disturbing (or just plain awful) moments in film history.
You're the only reviewer from TGWTG that I still watch because you do more than others; you challenge people to give a damn about what they do--whether it's actual films, schlock or even just straight porn, you clearly have a passion for the art and it shows in everything you do. You take criticism on the chin and turn it into gold instead of fighting it and you just keep doing what you love.
If that's not dedication then I don't know what is. You have a great group of friends too, and I think you all just mesh so well it's what helped make this site be what it is (bleaker moments aside).
What else can I say? You keep going, man. I'll be here watching your past three hundred episodes over and over again while I eagerly await the next three hundred. Keep changing, keep evolving--take chances, make mistakes and get hella messy!
Though--not too messy, considering what line of work your in.
Well that was fun. But now that the review of the whole movie is over, I won't know what to expect as the next review! I feel so vulnerable.
I don't see why everyone was freaking out over the Jake/Rayn joke. Comedians like Louis CK and Brad can make all the jokes they want about being cucks. It helps cope with the pain.
It wasn't "everyone", it's pretty much just one concern-troll, and maybe a couple of people that had a slight twinge of uncomfortableness, but still laughed.
Where was the joke?
I think i must have missed it.
What happened in Indiana Comic Con?
I don't know why it is that a movie with a great premise can have a decent follow-through, or it can have gorgeous cinematography, but never both.
I can't believe it's been 300 episodes already. I look forward to seeing what you'll have in store for episode 400. You're my favorite reviewer to watch and have been for quite some time now, part of that probably due to your ability to take those rough times in your life and still find a way to spin jokes out of them (yes that Comic Con line was glorious and I find it amusing that anyone not involved in that situation would feel uncomfortable by it). You're an inspiration, Brad. Keep being awesome, and thank you for the laughs.
Should have funded the Heaven's Gate review on Kickstarter! Get out of theinternet studio system, and release your magnum opus in its full, unedited glory.
Well, it certainly would have been a better crowdfunded product than a certain gameshow that received almost 90k and was a total disaster that Mr. Jones didn't even seem to want to put up on his site, even though he plays a major part in it.
But far be it from me to take shots at something. ;)
Don't forget to make them wait two years before releasing it.
Great review, one of your best recent reviews. For those of you who are not aware, the documentary skit at the beginning of this review is a parody of the “Final Cut: The Making of Heavens Gate” documentary from 2004. It’s a really good documentary, far more impressive than the actual film. Watch it instead of the film.
This film is not a bad film; it’s just a boring, snooze fest in my opinion. Yes it is beautifully shot, but incredibly boring. The unbelievably long skating sequence is the equivalent of watching paint dry on a barn, in a small town, on a cloudy day. Also, as Brad pointed out, things happen that make no sense. Some of this can be chalked up to the original cut being over 5 hours long. I still think a lot of the character motivation is poorly written and or executed. Also, unless you are talking about a film like “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” no film like this one should be this long.
I would be curious on Brads true opinion of this movie as he seems to find treasure out of trash in regards to controversial and or flawed films. Happy 300!
I really liked this review. I'm not sure what all the negativity is all about, or why people got so mad about the joke you told about the comic con thing, which I don't even get the reference in the first place.
One thing that never makes sense to me is why people seem to hate long reviews anyway. If you like the person doing the review why would you want less? If you don't have the time to watch it all here's a tip: Watch the rest later.
Seriously, this was one of your best reviews Brad. Right up there with the Cannibal Holocaust review.
PS: the comment sections on your videos suck. Your fans are bunch of jerks, and every time any of them have spoken to me I wished I was on a Benzaie video getting kicked around by his fans, and they are terrible people by the way. Not all of them, but most of them.
The only person on TGWTG who ever had good fans was Justin Carmical.
That being said: to anyone reading this: "You suck", unless you're cool, in which case disregard my previous statement.
Wait, did you just make a Death Note reference? :D
He might have. I know Jillian is a big anime fan and Death Note is a popular series, so it's likely he heard about it while they were together.
Or it may just be a huge coincidence.
Congratulations on the 300th review, Brad!
Also - how do people know about the personal stuff, cf. the Indiana Con joke? I had to read through many posts until I could sorta piece together what it was about. Not that I need to know Brad's personal life, but everyone here seems to be "in the know", as it were.
I found out about it when a buddy of mine who follows Interwebs news way more closely than I do told me about a thing he saw somewhere saying Jake was leaving the site. After some quick googling, I found this:
He mentioned it on the CA site, in the forum, under his "Ask Cinema Snob" section.
I actually liked your review of Heavens gate it was a well done well made review
Love the whole thing! Especially love the last bit at the end( Waterston slapping Hurt ) - right out of the MST3K "stingers". And this movie is LOADED with them - if you're able to stay awake to see them.
The Bastard Film Brain joke and the Snob's reaction made me laugh so hard I choked. Bravo! And I wish Snob's cousin the best.
What are you going to do for your 350th episode?
My internet was acting up so I had to watch this review on my phone, outside, in sweltering summer heat, with earbuds in so I could hear. It was still pretty much the greatest thing ever.
Maybe it's just me but I didn't find the cut in that suicide shot near the end terribly egregious. Certainly nowhere near as bad as the rear-projection shot of Kristofferson on the boat a few moments later. I mean he was ON THE BOAT. Of all the things they threw money away on in this cavalcade of waste, they really couldn't afford to go back and re-shoot that? Blarg!
Oh and uh, congrats on 300. Here's to 300 more!
Always find it enjoyable that critics will watch some moderately bad movies and ignorantly declare them as the 'Worst Movie Ever!'. Just makes it obvious that they've barely seen anything worth complaining about.
Loved the review Brad, it's a testament to your whole style of making videos.
I love how you take the jokes from other videos and mishaps in your life and string them together into one canon in the Cinema Snob. It's really genius, and the Heaven's Gate reviews will now always be a prime example of just how spot on you can be. Keep it real Brad. I'd love to one day work with you on a project!
"I was supposed to see Entourage... but I just went and watched Mad Max again." Can't argue with that decision.
I find Heaven's Gate beautiful looking but also dreadfully dull. Even Warhol's Empire is more exciting. By no stretch of the imagination is it among the worst movies ever though it may well be the film that delivers the least for the money. However the real abuse the horses suffered in the making of it makes it thoroughly reprehensible.
Oh those poor horses. I'm not a bleeding heart or anything, I do hold human life above animals, but Christ, BLOWN UP? That's absolutely horrible.
I do think it would be that dusty, though, what with shots and cannons hitting the ground, like mini-meteors. And if you get the wind a-blowing, it's impossible to see anything.
Oh my God. Ed Glaser!
*stands and applauds*
christopher walken is a fucking terminator.
So in the compilation of movies Brad has at the end which he uses to show movies much worse than Heaven's Gate, I recognize the following: Nukie, Child Bride, Gross Out, Night of Horror, Curse of Bigfoot, To Catch a Yeti, Chatterbox, and E.T. The Porno. What are the other three from?
I found this whole review to be very enjoyable, each episode felt like it had a different style to it, thus to satisfy different factions of the audience.
I'm surprised the Cinema Snob likes Empire Strikes Back, that's my least favorite Star Wars film; I just found that one to be rather boring compared to the other five movies. But still, props for the hard work.
I can tell that a ton of work went into this review, lots of well done editing, lots of good comedic timing, and lots of intriguing information. Overall I found this review to be one of the Cinema Snob's greatest hits.
I like it how you didn't tackle this movie as an easy target; bur rather as something that gave you a lot to work with, and you did very well!
I don't think I could ever, EVER do a movie review video that is as good as this.
Then again, I don't think I could ever do a good movie review video in general.
Final thoughts; this was a fun review that introduced to me something interesting to talk about over the dinner table next time I'm in a restaurant.
I have to wonder, did anyone else spot the Catherine reference? And gotta love that Rayn diss.
Just for posterity's sake, I wish the Indiana Comicon joke was explained in full by someone. (Someone did say it had something to do with Jake and a girlfriend, but it was too politely vague.)
...It wouldn't have taken three episodes if you hadn't spammed cameos in like crazy. Usually I can tolerate or even enjoy cameos, but...This was way, way too excessive. I won't say that the three episodes are outright ruined by them but they're definitely worse than they could be.
Please trim down the cameos next time? Please?
Well, well, well. So THAT'S why Jake is no longer on the CS site and no longer in any of your videos. I already vaguely knew about Jerrid and why he was no longer around, I knew that you had fired him the FIRST time back in 2012 for making disparaging remarks about Jillian to fans at a convention. But I still dont know why you brought him back and and then fired him for the final time. That is still a mystery to me. But the fact that a woman came between you and Jake, and that you chose her over your friendship with him? Or was it that he stole her from you and you told both of them to fuck off? Holy shit! And really, none of that is any of my business, but some people above explained the situation. Hell, I didnt understand what you meant by the "Indiana ComicCon" remark in Part 2 of this, but I didnt give it a second thought and simply enjoyed the rest of the video. This is really something. And the fact that you suffered a drug addiction earlier in your life is something I'm glad that you managed to overcome, but is also something that is really none of our business. But you have revealed things like that about yourself to us at times. OK, fine, I dont have a problem with that. I remember reading elsewere around here that everyone from the old days of the site, except for Jerrid and Jake, were stil here, and I didnt know what happened with Jake. To tell the truth, I didnt care for his style of humor. He kind of rubbed me the wrong way. And if I knew him IRL, I probably would have cut him out of my life too. Something would have happened that would have made me not want anything to do with him anymore, I'm sure. That's just the kind of guy he is, apparently. Anyway, congrats on 300 episodes, Brad. Carry on, good sir. (Oh no, did I just give myself away? Whatever, I don't care anymore if you know who I really am.....)
One more thing before I go, regarding the opening to this video. I REALLY love how you have no problem making fun of yourself. I don't think you get enough credit for that. It's not like you go out of your way to delete comments criticizing your work or go so far as to outright ban people from your site for contributing criticism like certain other internet reviewers I COULD mention. That is truly something to be admired. And if there's one thing that you definetly excel at, and that's consistency. Here's to another 300 episodes, Brad my man.
Michael Cimino has now passed away. RIP. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/michael-cimino-dead-deer-hunter-908188
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.