The Last Drive-in With Joe Bob Briggs
Proving once again that “the drive-in will never die,” iconic horror host and exploitation movie aficionado Joe Bob Briggs is back with an all-new Shudder Original series, hosting weekly Friday night double features streaming live exclusively on Shudder. Every week, The Last Drive-In series offers an eclectic pairing of films, with selections ranging across five decades and running the gamut from horror classics to obscurities and foreign cult favorites. And from time to time, special surprise guests will drop in on Joe Bob and Darcy the Mail Girl.
Week 1: Castle Freak
An American family inherits an Italian castle which houses a bloodthirsty monster.
Week 2: Q - The Winged Serpent
In Larry Cohen’s cult classic, a giant dragon comes to NYC to feast on pedestrians.
Week 2: Society
A teen suspects his wealthy family are part of a cabal of monstrous socialites.
Week 3: Deathgasm
Two high school metalheads play a forbidden piece of music that unlocks the gates of hell.
Week 3: The Changeling
In this haunted house essential, a composer moves to a secluded Victorian mansion inhabited by a paranormal entity.
Week 4: Madman
In this cult slasher classic, a maniacal killer named Madman Marz stalks camp kids.
Week 4: Wolfguy - Enraged Lycanthrope
Sonny Chiba is WOLFGUY, the only survivor of a clan of werewolves who relies on his feral, full-moon-activated superpowers to solve mysterious crimes.
Week 5: Demon Wind
Cory and a group of friends return to the desolate farmhouse where his grandparents were murdered, only to find the land is cursed.
Week 6: Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer
This controversial horror classic follows a serial killer and his partner-in-crime.
Week 7: Contamination
A cargo ship drifts up the Hudson River. Its crew: all dead, their bodies horribly mutilated, turned inside out by an unknown force.
Week 7: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Strange things are afoot in Bad City, where a lonely vampire is stalking the towns' most unsavory inhabitants.
Week 8: Street Trash
A psychotic Vietnam vet and toxic booze threaten the lives of a group of homeless men.
Week 9: Blood Harvest
Legendary weirdo musician Tiny Tim plays a creepy clown in this sick ‘80s slasher.
Fantastic! The Drive-In Will Never Die! Long Live Joe Bob!!!
Joe Bob Briggs is THE reason I subscribed to Shudder. Well done.
Joe Hon is the reason I got into horror back in the 90’s. I have now gotten a friend who hates scary things into the genre too due to Joe Bob. The one skull reduction is not due to the show, but due to the fact that Shudder keeps losing the rights to movies Joe Bob has hosted
Love this show! It is my absolute favorite on Shudder and I’m so happy they brought Joe Bob back from my childhood. One bone to pick with Shudder though... please stop taking them away and add back the missing episodes!!!
man i loved this guy on tnt late nights hope shudder keeps up with this one