An unheralded thriller from the 1990s, “No Contest” starred Shannon Tweed, who did kung fu for this one, comedian Andrew Dice Clay, who took folks hostage, and Robert Davi, who did the Robert Davi thing.
Last Call | Retro Review: So Here’s What U.S.-Soviet Relations Were Like 35 Years Ago (And ‘Ghoulies’ Too!)
Joe Bob Briggs gives his first impression of a new era of U.S.-Soviet relations and he reviews a Gremlins ripoff that has a title that sounds like Goonies.
A retro Joe Bob review from March 2, 1990, takes a look at “Basket Case 2,” where we find out what Belial and his brother Duane have been doing since they hit the pavement at the end of the 1982 drive-in classic.
Yep — the 1990s were 30 years ago, and while we await the start of Season Two-o of the Last Drive-In, we’re going to dust off some Joe Bob retro reviews. First up, the kinkiest man in England (Clive Barker) collaborates with the kinkiest man in Canada (David Cronenberg) for “Nightbreed.”
‘Cause there’s nothing like a little vintage villiany to remind us that Bob from Accounting ain’t all that bad.
Helpin you be on your best behavior. Or your worst – if you know what we mean, and we think you do.
Check out this classic Joe Bob review!
Everything we love about 80s slashers: nekkid bimbos, mouth-breathin’ killers, terrible secrets and senseless killins.
By popular demand, The Joe Bob Wellness Regimen
Take out your notebooks. We’re gonna go over this ONE TIME and ONE TIME ONLY…