Joe Bob Sightings
Folks all over the web just can’t stop talkin' about Joe Bob!
"Interview With Beavis & Butt-Head Creator Mike Judge" | Channelhopping.onthebox.com
Did Joe Bob inspire Mike Judge to create "Beavis and Butthead"? You be the judge ...
"Horror Icon of The Month: JOE BOB BRIGGS" | Truly Disturbing Horror
For the first Horror Icon of The Month article, it was a must to honor my hero and the best damn horror host ever.
"Slasher Hero of the Week" | Slasher Studios
Billy Flynn and company deconstruct the Joe Bob
"Ode to an Empty Convention Room" | Piranha Pictures
Joe Bob and fellow co-conspirator, Debbie Rochon, try to make a buck or two.
At least there was cake.
"Hall of Fame Inductions" | Screengrab.blogspot.com
Joe Bob is inducted to the prestigious Screengrab Blogspot Hall of Fame and/or Shame
"We're Tearing the Heart out of Saturday Night" | Metafilter.com
A list of Joe Bob Resources, Joe Bob hisself didn't even know about.
"The Return of Joe Bob Briggs" | Horrordrive-In.com
A thoughtful well-written, intelligent, insightful piece about my favorite subject, ME.
A Tribute to TNT's Monster Vision
Halloween starts early! Here’s a tribute to MonsterVision, a late night TV monster movie marathon from the 90’s.
"PICAYUNE: John Bloom aka Joe Bob Briggs"
Last Friday morning, I was flipping through all the FaceBook noise I receive from all the things I “like” along with the Right-Wing diatribes and there was the announcement about Joe Bob hosting two movies Sunday evening Alamo Ritz!
“In Praise Of: Rewind-Joe Bob Briggs’ Monstervision” by G. Hunter
If you were a loner like me back in the late ’90s, you spent most of your Saturdays chillin’ at home, with maybe a book or the TV to occupy your time. Luckily, Turner Broadcasting, TBS and TNT respectively, would hit full bloom during those times ...
“Joe Bob Briggs Goes to the Drive-In” by Richard Schmidt
I cannot show enough love for Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In. This collection of Joe Bob Briggs best drive-in movie reviews from his syndicated column in the early to mid 1980s is fun as hell to read and provides a marvelous snapshot of the ridiculous films available to the drive-in crowds back in the day ...
“Top 100 Shows of All Time 61-70” by Nick C
There was only one Joe Bob Briggs, and The Movie Channel has been a shadow of its former self since they let him get a life. He made some truly awful movies at least enjoyable for a moment. His description of the movie I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE is still one of the most famous reviews ever ...
“Blood Sisters (1987)—New DVD Movie Reviews” by The Vocabulariast
If there’s one thing that will get a bad movie fan to buy a bad movie, it’s the presence of comedy relief from Joe Bob himself. This guy is B-movie royalty as far as anyone fascinated with low-budget horror flicks and sleazy movies is concerned ...
“Ittemiyo! Volume Thirteen” by D.F. Smith
This is a roundabout way of getting to something you all ought to read, which is the finest piece of writing ever dashed off in English about a Japanese cartoon. Joe Bob Briggs on Project A-Ko, 1992 ...
“Scream Queen Interviews: Brinke Stevens” by Horror Society
I was thrilled to have Joe Bob Briggs play my husband and Heidi Martinuzzi as my wayward daughter. We’ve forged a good friendship in the meantime ...
“'They don't call 'em exploitation movies for nothing!": Joe Bob Briggs and the Critical Commentary on I Spit On Your Grave'” by Tristan Filder
The academic paper I wrote on the Joe Bob Briggs DVD commentary and critical reaction (both past and present) on Meir Zarchi's notorious rape/revenge exploitation classic, I Spit On Your Grave
“Remembering TNT’s Monstervision” by Zombies Don’t Run
Echoing what a reader said during our look back at USA's Saturday Nightmares, I miss Joe Bob Briggs. Just as important to me as I was growing up was TNT's MonsterVision ...
“TV Rants and Raves” by 411 Mania
I'm serious about this Joe Bob thing. It just makes no sense to me. With all of the recent horror movie TV host nostalgia and the fact that AMC seems to be the only cable channel willing to create at least a niche horror identity (the only other channel that does something similar is Spike.