Joe Bob Briggs is Hosting a ‘Halloween Hootenanny’ On Shudder TV

Joe Bob Briggs

Fan favorite drive in movie critic Joe Bob Brigs is returning to Shudder TV this week to host Joe Bob’s Halloween Hootenanny, a scary movie triple feature that will stream live October 25, 2019 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Shudder TV.

Joe Bob Briggs gained popularity as a B-movie critic on TNT and The Movie Channel in the 1980’s and 1990’s, and still has a following today. His colorful reviews inject redneck humor and film facts commentary into cult-favorite horror movies and thrillers. Briggs hosts the Shudder exclusive series The Last Drive In which was recently renewed.

“As we were preparing for Season 2 of The Last Drive-In, we unearthed three forgotten gems that are all Halloween-themed and decided it was time for a Halloween Hootenanny,” Briggs said, “Or maybe I’m lying about that and we’re programming three iconic Halloween favorites. Or maybe we’re counter-programming with flicks that have absolutely nothing to do with Halloween. The great thing about spending October 25 with us is that, as Forrest Gump says, you never know what you’re gonna get. What we can promise is a) I will be ridiculously nerdy about horror, and b) Darcy the Mail Girl will probably disagree with me. It’s great to be back. I missed Shudder and the Shudder faithful.”

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