Joe Bob Briggs presents “How Rednecks Saved Hollywood” Live. Fri., October 4, 2019. Get Tickets. Friday. October 4, 2019. 8:00 pm. Doors at 7:00 PM! Joe Bob Will Meet and Greet Fans Before and After the Show! Spend a fast-and-furious two hours with America’s drive-in movie critic as he uses over 200 clips and stills to review the history of rednecks in America as told through the.
Crypticon Seattle is honored to welcome actor, writer, and professional redneck Joe Bob Briggs back to Seattle next May!!! John Bloom, best known as his alter ego, “Joe Bob Briggs,” is a nationally syndicated “drive-in movie critic” whose wisecracking take on B-movies was featured on two long-running late-night television shows, first on The Movie Channel and then on TNT. That.
The other books are Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In, Joe Bob Goes Back to the Drive-In, A Guide to Western Civilization, or My Story, and The Cosmic Wisdom of Joe Bob Briggs. A close personal friend of mine named John Bloom wrote a true crime book called Evidence of Love, co-authored by Jim Atkinson, that became the ABC movie of the week Killing in a Small Town.
John Bloom, a.k.a. Joe Bob Briggs, is experiencing an unexpected comeback as a B-grade movie critic thanks to his own cult following. Catch him at Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson on Dec. 13 for a.
Joe Bob Briggs hails from Grapevine, Texas. Somewhere along the way, he saw a LOT of drive-in movies and became an expert on this particular type of film. In fact, he began to write about the films he saw, starting with his review of The Grim Reaper, which first appeared in the Dallas Times Herald on January 15, 1982 under the column title, “Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-in”. Voila, a legend.
If you’re looking for some Joe Bob Briggs movie reviews, then you’re undoubtedly a fan of B-movies and drive-in cinema. That’s because the native Texan with the bolo tie and cowboy boots revels in reviewing some of the most atrocious trash to ever come down the cinematic pipeline. But no matter how bad the movies may be, Joe Bob still has a way of making them sound appealing (especially.
Joe Bob Briggs is coming to New England! The Last Drive-In host presents How Rednecks Saved Hollywood at the Columbus Theatre in Providence, RI on November 22. The two-hour one-man-show sees everyone’s favorite drive-in movie critic using over 200 clips and stills to review the history of rednecks in America as told through the classics of both grindhouse and mainstream movies.
Joe Bob Briggs is a national treasure. Just hearing his voice takes me back to being a teenager and having sleepovers with friends staying up until 5am watching horror flicks. I always loved how TNT more or less let Joe Bob do his own thing. His show always had such a cool DIY feeling, like the whole crew was just flying by the seat of their pants and it always worked out.
Joe Bob Briggs' column--complete with his now-legendary blood, breast, and dead-body counts--debuted in January 1982 with an essay by John Bloom introducing Briggs, a 19-year-old truck-driving.
The Last Drive-in With Joe Bob Briggs 2018 — 57 episodes Joe Bob Briggs.
Joe Bob Briggs is a nationally syndicated “drive-in movie critic” whose wisecracking take on B-movies was featured on two long-running late-night television shows, first on The Movie Channel and then on TNT. That tradition continues with his latest series, The Last Drive-In, currently featured on AMC’s Shudder streaming platform. Briggs is also a successful investigative journalist.
Joe Bob Briggs, the alter-ego of writer John Bloom, began writing for the Dallas Times Herald at the age of nineteen when his column, Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In, appeared for the first time on January 15, 1982. His column - which focused on drive-in fare, horror, and cult films - soon became a regular weekly feature and was eventually syndicated in more than a hundred newspapers. In April of.
Joe Bob Briggs doesn't suffer big-budget Hollywood fluff lightly. For over 25 years, his crass, anarchic film reviews have rubbed against the glitterati grain, and his numerous books, TV work, and movie roles—including a bit part in Martin Scorsese's Casino—have solidified his position as a champion of visceral cinema. During the week of the 79th Academy Awards, Briggs spoke with The A.V.
Joe Bob Briggs. MonsterVision Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs. John Bloom, best known as his alter ego, “Joe Bob Briggs,” is a nationally syndicated “drive-in movie critic” whose wisecracking take on B-movies was featured on two long-running late-night television shows, first on The Movie Channel and then on TNT.
Joe Bob Briggs (1953-) biography on Film Reference. Toggle navigation. Forum; Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies; Johnny Brandon to Ric Burns; Joe Bob Briggs Biography (1953-) Original name, John Irving Bloom; born January 27, 1953, in Dallas, TX; son of Rudolph Lewis and Thelma Louise (maiden name, Berry) Briggs; married JoyceKarns, September 2, 1978 (divorced, August 7, 1979.Joe Bob Briggs Casino; Joe Bob Briggs Season 2; Joe Bob Briggs Joker; Entity Index This is the list of all entities in this result page. Click an entity to go directly to the entity box. Joe Bob Briggs American film critic; The cosmic wisdom of Joe Bob Briggs Book by Joe Bob Briggs; Joe Bob Briggs Fictional character; JOE BOB BRIGGS Event; Joe Bob Briggs Live! How Rednecks Saved Hollywood.Joe Bob Briggs. AKA John Irving Bloom. B-movie film reviewer. Birthplace: Dallas, TX. Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Critic, Comic, Acto. High School: Parkview High School, Little Rock, AR University: BA Literature, Vanderbilt University National Lampoon contributing editor The Dallas Times Herald Columnist Risk.