The Last Drive-in With Joe Bob Briggs

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.

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Read through some other reviews and decided on what would be most helpful. :) Joe Bob Briggs is a character, not a person. He does rant and says things that are possibly problematic... but if you really listen to the message in there, you might understand the satire of it. And yes, sometimes the movies are god awful. But that’s kind of the point. Like Joe Bob, I can appreciate what the horrible movies give us as much as the great ones. And the additional background and knowledge about horror is super interesting. It’s all

Laurie.Strode
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2 days ago

I love shudder and I feel like Joe bob is the bloody rug that really ties the room together. Don't know how I'd be getting through this stupid pandemic without having these specials to look forward to. 4 stars check it out

h2clapper
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7 days ago

Excellent selection of films to review. Joe Bob continues to deliver us horror nerds the background data we appreciate. I also respect that he pours heapings of credit over the cast and crew. He's a patron to the arts and a horror movie historian, works for me!

YakTheRipper
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9 days ago

yikes. was trying to find something movie macabre-like and just found what appears to be another red state fox news talking head.

TheSydniHampton
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10 days ago

Joe Bob is Joe Bob. Whether we like it or not, half of the US is "small government"-minded. What's great about horror movies is not only do they function as escapism, but they also reflect the paranoia and fears of the zeitgeist in which they were made. Though I'm a socialist and disagree wholeheartedly with most of what Joe Bob says, there's something comforting in his misanthropic rants combined with his unique knowledge of horror history and casting. Understanding the history of what has scared audiences of the past is one of the best ways for us to come together and defeat fear. Despite his ugly libertarian-minded language, Joe Bob has raised money to combat the bullying of LGBT kids. Ultimately, Joe Bob grew up in a time of prosperity and doesn't understand that a white man with a big mouth is old hat and is unnervingly annoying to people who have faced real adversity based on their identity or class. So to all my fellow leftists, don't try to cancel Joe Bob, don't analyze what he has to say too much. He might know a lot, and you might even learn something from watching his show, but he ain't smart and half of what he says he says to spark conflict and gain viewership like a 90's shock jock radio host. Take it from me, a native Texan: shut up and enjoy!

dhut0042
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13 days ago