The montage/music video he made setting footage from Strike of the Panther to "No Easy Way Out" from Rocky IV.
His review of Cannibal Holocaust - the whole damn thirty minute thing. It is absolutely wonderful (in a disturbing way).
He gets double the amount of awesome points for refusing to show the scenes depicting actual animal deaths.
The Snob identifies two in his review of Hitler - Dead or Alive, wherein Ward Bond shoots down a German fighter plane with a Tommy gun and SHAVES HITLER.
While reviewing Child Bride, he can barely bring himself to make any jokes, and mostly just expresses genuine disgust with the subject matter. This doesn't keep the episode from being a non-stop Crowning Moment of Funny, either.
Priest: If anyone has a reason why these two should not be joined in holy matrimony...
Snob: SHE'S TWELVE!
He begins the review by showing a clip of Mike Nelsonand Kevin Murphy talking about the film as one they refused to riff on, and the Snob just says, "Well, I don't have any standards... I'll do it." That's bravery.
The opening crawl exposits that they're neither condoning nor ridiculing the practice...
The entire Maniac! review is a giant Take That! towards all the critics that didn't realize the violent film about a serial killer was a violent film about a serial killer.
The opening bumper to his Guyana: Cult of the Damned review. Brad starts off with reading an email from one of his 'fans', expressing disappointment in him for making fun of a dark chapter of American history in his previous review (The Helter-Skelter Murders), and proceeds to tell him how to do his job by 'suggesting' he stick to porno parodies and exploitation films. Brad considers this for a moment, and then promptly disregards it. Snob doesn't take shit from just anybody, after all.
Snob: Damn... okay, well... shit. Okay, so... [Manic Grin] Let's do it again!
When Oancitizen called out other TGWTG reviewers for being sheltered in the review for Sweet Movie, even he had to acknowledge that the Cinema Snob had him beat with E.T. the Porno.
Brad promised to review any DVD sent to him. So when someone sent in Guys Gone Wild: Young And Hung, , he lived up to his word and reviewed it. Keep in mind, while he reviews porn as the Snob all the time, it's usually Porn with Plot. This is just a bunch of naked guys... and he still makes it hilarious.
Special mention goes to the ending clip: Andy personally promises to refund the money of everyone who went to see it out of pocket. Letterman cracks that he should get change for a twenty, before immediately recanting it amongst the audience's boos. However, when Andy asked Letterman to clarify what he meant (that the movie didn't make that much money at all):
His review of Mommie Dearest, viciously mocking the film's 'camp' reputation and razzies as being unwarranted.
His utter contempt for the Razzies and the people who vote for them.
We might have expected him to run with the 'GARBAGE DAY!!'-esque popularity of the "Nooooooo. Wiiirrreeee! HANGARRRRSSSSSS!" scene, but instead, he hilariously decries the people who turned it into a meme, and shows the scene nearly in full, exposing just how terrifying the scene actually is.
Note that he acknowledges how people can find the scene over-the-top, and that "NO WIRE HANGERS" is a very quotable line, but at the end of the day, the scene still shows child abuse. And he doesn't think that the people who do find that scene funny are bad people or should be shamed for thinking it.
And then he ends the review by taking his glasses, going out of character into Brad mode, and proclaiming that Faye Dunaway's performance as Joan Crawford might be the greatest movie performance of all time.
The Friday The 13th Part 3 review is in actual 3-D with the help of Ed Glaser; it may be a first for an online review.
Always going out of his way to note that Michael Chiklis is actually an awesome John Belushi in Wired, in spite of the film being a terrible anti-drug after school special and a fairly shallow exploration of Belushi's life in general.
The freakout in homage to the scene from The Stepfather during the review of the film, where the titular killer forgets which identity he's meant to be using momentarily. Brad starts freaking out in front of a mirror, trying to figure out whether he's the host of The Big Box, Kung-Tai Ted, Eighties Dan, or the Snob. If you didn't believe Brad could act based on some of his previous efforts, that scene just might sway you, he's that authentic.
In his review to Driller: A Sexual Thriller he manages to review the porn parody of Michael Jackson's Thriller video without doing any poor taste jokes toward Michael Jackson and with that makes the review enjoyable for MJ fans as well. This also counts as an heartwarming as well.
His reaction to the mother in Elves killing a cat.
Snob: I'd kill her. ...I'd fucking kill her.
When the mother is offed by the titular elf, Snob/Brad's response is a disgusted, "That was far too quick a death."
Repeatedly calling out Miss Clara on her nosy, arrogant, and downright dangerous behavior towards Elizabeth in his War Room review.
Frequently calling the film out for never once bringing up leaving her husband as an option for Elizabeth or having the two of them undergo counseling, despite the fact the man is verbally abusive, over controlling, tries cheating on her, neglects their daughter and turns out to be a drug dealer.
Anytime Snob just outright calls out "Old Fashioned", and by extention, its director/writer/main actor for all its bullshit and warped messages on how a proper relationship should be like... which is to say, the entire review.
"Amber, however, finds this charming, even when he says he doesn't trust himself to be alone with a woman: otherwise, he MAY give in to sex. You know...LIKE A RAPIST."
On Clay rudely forcing an end to his buddy's bachelor party just because there's a stripper at it. "Dude, this isn't your party, sit down, AND SHUT THEFUCKUP!"
Not to mention the Snob's analysis of the immediate aftermath of the bachelor party, with Clay's DJ friend Brad as well as the stripper and her boss calling him out on his bullshit:
Similar to that, Snob brutally taking down God's Not Dead for its stereotyping, strawmanning and reactionary nature, and suggests that if athiests made a movie where the "asshole characters" were the heroes and the lone Christian character shot up a Planned Parenthood clinic, the filmmakers of Not Dead would hypocritically be against the movie without realizing they basically did the same thing to non-Christians.
After Josh claimed that without god, there's no reason to be moral: "No, it's because we all need to exist in a functioning society and we're not all psychopaths." This quote came from a reviewer of films like Nukie and the E.T Porno, and yet it utterly destroyed the point of this so called professional christian movie!
In addition, the speech at the end...
Snob: Are you a Christian? Well, you're the persecuted hero who can do no wrong! Liberal blogger? You're a bitch and you'll get cancer! Atheist? You just hate God, verbally abuse your girlfriend and you will fucking die! Muslim? Your father will beat the shit out of you when he finds out you're reading scripture! Dean Cain? Bastard!
Carmen Lichiardello, the singer, actor, evangelist who spreads the Word of God not by decrying anyone who doesn't believe like him, but by being straight-out Crazy Awesome. How Crazy Awesome is Carmen? He walked into an Old West bar as a holy bounty hunter with a blessed gun and shoots false prophets, alcoholism, depression, cancer, and other "wicked" concepts before gunning down Satan. He's also flown a plane filled with a bunch of religious figures, exorcised the ghost of an Asylum monster (a mangator), lead a revolt in a hard pipe and sparks factory, and went into space. You can tell throughout the review how much the Snob loves the video and Carmen.
The Snob refusing to give an inch to Estus Pirkle and his fearmongering, exploitative "Christian scare films" (to use Something Awful's term for them).
Snob ends up being so disgusted by Last Ounce of Courage (a film pushing the so-called "War on Christmas") for its blatant falsehoods and the martyr complexes of the protagonists that he forgoes his usual summing up of the film and describing the creators of the film in greater detail in favour of cutting to the chase and describing those involved with no minced words at all:
Snob: Idiots. Idiots made this movie. The movie is written and directed by fucking idiots, for idiots. Idiots made this film because they know just how idiotic a person would have to be in order to buy this idiot porn. So Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, take care of yourselves and each other, and don't be a fucking idiot.
Perhaps the crowning jewel of the review is when, following the idea that a town would come under fire for putting up Christmas decorations, he takes the camera outside and shows that the Illinois state capitol is draped in hundreds of Christmas lights
Snob: Take your persecution complex and shove it straight up your ass!
He does it again a few minutes later when the main character of the movie bemoans a lack of "real Christmas music" being played on the radio.
Snob:(sitting in his car) Watch this. (Turns on a radio station in the process of playing "Silent Night") There is not one, but two stations in town that play non-stop, 24-hour Christmas music from Thanksgiving to Christmas! This movie is made by lying sacks of shit!
And as stated in the Midnight Screenings video for Silence, it was the first song that played when he turned his radio on.
On May 29th 2017, for the 10th anniversary of the show, The Snob dropped TEN reviews at once. Each one a follow-up to a review from a corresponding year.
There's something amazing in how the Snob defends the original TV Sex and the City versus its film adaptation bringing up the former's smarter writing and Character Development, which the latter lacked (despite the writer having worked on the original series).
At the end of his Christian Mingle: The Movie review, he has a scene that calls out people who only want him to bash religion, specifically Islam:
Walt Right: Bash Muslims!
Snob: Okay, I'm guessing you want me to watch a theoretical Muslim equivalent of Christian Mingle or God's Not Dead. Well, here's what you do: First, you gotta make them a huge subgenre here in the States to the point to where some of them open very big at the box office, make sure they reflect very poorly on that religion, or at the least, cross over into So Bad, It's Good territory like Saving Christmas. And this is important, too: I actually have 12+ years in Christian education, which is why I'm equipped with the knowledge to talk about these movies since I've actually studied the religion, whereas I don't have knowledge in other religions to the point to where I could talk about their movies. It'd be like talking about someone else's dad!
Walt: Who said anything about movies? I just wanna see you bash a religion that I fucking hate!
Snob: Ugh! You're gross! You're a gross person!
As Snob points out in his I'm Not Ashamed review (while in character, keep in mind), Jesus, Bro! managed to parody the "whole world is a stage" scene from the movie before I'm Not Afraid was even released.