Art by T.J. Denton (@TDenton_1138 on Twitter) There were a ton of firsts going on as we all got together and celebrated the 100th anniversary of F.W Murnau’s Nosferatu. It was the first time an original flick and then a remake were played back-to-back on the Last Drive-In. It was the first time we got […]
My daughter (she’s in second grade) went through a period where she was terrified of killer dolls, and it didn’t help that her older brother was talking up the Child’s Play flicks and The Con-juring (I spell it like that because that’s how he pronounced it, no editorializing intended) to increase her terror. She got […]
The new kid in the neighborhood with a violent past struggles to fit in with everyone else in Midnight Runner, a movie that’s reminiscent of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive, with a synthesizer-fueled soundtrack but a lot younger cast. Ian (Ben Weinswig) had an incident six years ago that landed him in juvenile detention – his […]
A group of four accented Euro antenna repair folks traipse out into the wilderness in a van on an assignment to fix some sort of messed-up satellite repeater device in an unidentified location in Landing Lake. If you like long walks in the woods, men from around the United Kingdom shouting profanity in various accents […]
Lifetime movie villians, Joe Bob’s cable TV career regrets and the world champion Mutant.
A Nightmare on Elm Street Our esteemed Queen of the Last Call Blog, Laura Beerman, has been ruthlessly assailed by work this past week — think about the mob scene that happens to Willem Dafoe at the end of Antichristand you know what I’m talking about — so she asked me to pinch hit to let […]
Come see Joe Bob live in the town that started it all
We have an update on the quest for the missing Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In reviews.
You’d feel the same if they were trying to make an interdimensional portal out of you.
Help a Joe Bob out, get a free t-shirt!