Banned from YouTube and lost from the Internet following the 'Blipocalypse' of 2015, this infamous episode from Brad Jones, Brian Irving & Jake Norvell reviewing the 2013 film 'The Smurfs 2' in their car delivering their opinions on the film after having watched it. This review is particularly notorious for a scene two minutes into when the three men take off their shirts and review the film shirtless for 17 minutes, a scene which may or may not have played a role in having the video no longer available on YouTube.
With the recent release of 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' in theaters and a probable Midnight Screenings on the film, I felt it was time to finally track down the video and preserve it once and for all. It took over an hour of looking high and low, but despite being forced to create an account for the Russian social media website vk.com, I can safely say that the search has paid off as the entirety of the video has been found.
It's a shame that his older Cinema Snob episodes and other videos from 2007 to 2014 (the ones he hasn't re-uploaded to his official YouTube channel, Stoned Gremlin Productions) are no longer available on his official website because I enjoyed some of his older reviews including his 2010 review of the 1992 low-budget horror film Ax 'Em and his 2014 review of the 1980 Razzie Award-winning film Can't Stop the Music (first example mirrored here and second example mirrored here). While Brad has re-uploaded some of his older videos again through his "The Best of the Cinema Snob" playlist, most of the old episode's original pages still say that the video's servers are unavailable and as of right now, we have to rely on third party re-uploads of his older videos until he can find another video-sharing site to store them on, but at least I'm glad that some fans has taken the intiative to restore and re-upload his older videos on YouTube and other video-sharing sites in the meantime so they don't stay lost.
I'm still in possession of my copy of the Smurfs 2 Midnight Screenings video, having originally uploaded it to Google Drive back in April '17. If anyone still wants it, shoot me a private message and I can send it to you as soon as I can.