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Joe Bob Briggs (1953-) biography on Film Reference. Toggle navigation. Forum; Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies; Johnny Brandon to Ric Burns; Joe Bob Briggs Biography (1953-) Original name, John Irving Bloom; born January 27, 1953, in Dallas, TX; son of Rudolph Lewis and Thelma Louise (maiden name, Berry) Briggs; married JoyceKarns, September 2, 1978 (divorced, August 7, 1979.
For decades now, film critic Joe Bob Briggs —a.k.a. the gleefully smart-about-being-dumb redneck persona of movie writer and author John Bloom—has extolled the virtues of crap cinema, whether by.
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A racino is a combined race track and casino. In some cases, the gambling is limited to slot machines, but many locations are beginning to include table games such as blackjack, poker, and roulette. In 2003, Joe Bob Briggs described the economic motivation of race track owners to convert into racinos.
Fans of “The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs” might have an inkling. The movie show, which he hosts on AMC’s Shudder streaming platform, is a wisecracking romp through B-moviedom.
John Irving Bloom (born January 27, 1953), who uses the pseudonym Joe Bob Briggs, is a syndicated American film critic, writer and comic performer.
Joe Bob Briggs' column--complete with his now-legendary blood, breast, and dead-body counts--debuted in January 1982 with an essay by John Bloom introducing Briggs, a 19-year-old truck-driving.