Dangerous Men – The Cinema Snob

The Cinema Snob spends his holiday week watching this bit of action insanity from Iranian director John Rad.

About thecinemasnob

Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past. I'm a big guy. For you.


  1. 2:00- It’s a video game on VHS. …Yeah, those existed.

    John Rad has his name in these opening credits more than Tommy Wiseau did in The Room.

    7:59- Am I having a stroke or something?

    11:10- At least he’s not singing “It’s an Inky Dinky Do Da Morning.”

    12:15- And this scene takes place in December 1995.

    Nice job on the clip from The Hooker with a Heart of Gold.

    I’ve seen Batman fan films on YouTube with better audio than this.

    At least the Colonel Sanders cameos in movies are STILL better than the ones of Donald “I’m still never gonna call him president” Trump.

    Well, …THIS is a movie that exists.

  2. I’m not sure if this movie is worse than or better than Birdemic. To be honest, I never thought I would find a movie to even compete against the laughable shitshow that James Nguyen’s masterpiece is. It appears I wasn’t looking hard enough.

  3. Snorgatch Pandalume

    This movie reminds me of an exchange between Linkara and the Nostalgia Chick during their crossover review of Supergirl.
    NC: So, question. What is the first thing that happens to any woman who dares set foot outside of her door in America?
    Linkara: Usually she reaches her destination without incident?
    NC: No no no, I forgot to mention, this is according to “The Complete Hack’s Guide to Screenwriting.”
    Linkara: Oh, duh! Attempted rape by strangers.

  4. This movie feels like it was edited together from the remains of several unrelated movies.

  5. Hey quit putting your Brad Jones in my John Rad.

  6. Every time I heard the background theme for this movie, I thought I was playing ToeJam and Earl.

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