Joe Bob discusses Mexico's Day of the Dead Celebration, and then he showcases photos of fans dressed up as Michael Meyers while hosting the original Halloween Joe Bob has a convoluted argument with himself over the meaning of the phrase "take a knee" before spouting off a slew of trivia about Hellraiser The " Outlander " star brings his character into the most dangerous situation yet: the world of online dating. Watch the video. Joe Bob is back! Watching B-Movies and giving background and behind the scenes information. He watches Tourist Trap, Re-Animator and much much more.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Dallas gave birth to Joe Bob Briggs and his legendary drive-in movie column, but it also killed him. John Bloom, the real-life writer behind the movie critic persona, is going to overlook that small detail, however, and make an appearance in Dallas as Briggs later this month. It will be his first in many years. Bloom, a writer and investigative reporter, has been published in the Texas Observer and recently released a best-selling novel called Eccentric Orbits about Motorola's launch of the Iridium satellite system. He invented Briggs in while working for the Dallas Times-Herald. Briggs became the newspaper's official drive-in movie critic. His character was a Grapevine native and a cinephile who celebrated B-movies for their violence, aesthetics and nude scenes. In each column, Briggs also opined on the news of the day or whatever else was stuck in his craw.
America's Foremost Drive-In Movie Critic
John Irving Bloom born January 27, , known by the stage name Joe Bob Briggs , is a syndicated American film critic , writer, and comic performer. He was raised in Little Rock , Arkansas, and attended Vanderbilt University on a sports-writing scholarship. While a movie reviewer at the Herald , he created the humorous persona of "Joe Bob Briggs" to review exploitation films and other genre films. Briggs's acting persona is that of an unapologetic redneck Texan with an avowed love of the drive-in theater. He specializes in humorous but appreciative reviews of B-movies and cult films , which he calls " drive-in movies " as distinguished from "indoor bullstuff".
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