I love all kinds of movies.
Favorites are the last four 5-star movies I watched.
My 24th Joe Bob Briggs experience is a rewatch of Stuart Gordon's, Jeffrey Combs's, and Barbara Crampton's most popular gorefest.
This is a blast and I would recommend it as an over-the-top Halloween party flick (if not for the film's most controversial scene being more problematic than ever in today's climate).
Still, this is arguably the coolest, goriest, and funniest Lovecraft adaptation to date!
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer 1986
My 22nd Joe Bob Briggs experience is a rewatch of one of the most controversial horror flicks and one of the best serial killer movies ever made.
It's a slice of life look at a serial killer and contains every bit of nastiness that concept would entail.
Amazing film, but the only reason I rewatched it and the only reason my wife watched it was due to Joe Bob Briggs' commentary softening the disturbing blows.
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers 1989
My 23rd Joe Bob Briggs experience is a terrible Halloween sequel rewatch that somehow seems even worse on a second time around.
There are unintentionally hilarious bits, but this is a pretty godawful slasher. The kills are boring and the plot is stupid. There isn't much else to say about it outside of those qualities, a Danielle Harris in distress, and a screaming Donald Pleasance.
National Theatre Live: The Crucible 2023
I've seen four productions of The Crucible so far and this is my favorite one.
It would have been 5 stars...if not for a few wonky accents.
All Jacked Up and Full of Worms 2022
100 Horror Movies in 92 Days: Movie #31 / Day 20
Popcorn Frights Film Festival 2022: Film #6
That certainly was something. I don't think I so much liked it, but I do have to admire the sheer bizarreness, originality, and tenacity of it all.