We’re back, all! Day One was great, and now we have more turkeys to serve up. Can you handle it? 😉
You all know the drill–I will be updating this page throughout the day as more posts go live.
Now, without further ado, let’s jump right in. Enjoy…
J-Dub from Dubsism tackled 1986’s Hollywood Air Force, also known as Weekend Warriors, about a carefree bunch of servicemen who try to avoid deployment by putting on a show. Yesterday I doubted J-Dub when he said this is easily the worst film of the blogathon…what do you all think?
John of Tales From the Freakboy Zone brings the 1970 uber-baddie, Myra Breckinridge, starring Raquel Welch as the title character who is determined to change the world. And claim her uncle’s money.
Bogus, man! Michael from Maniacs and Monsters joins the party with the 1987 stinker, Slumber Party Massacre II, in which visions of a murderous rockabilly dance in the protagonist’s head.
Come, kemosabes, to Voyages Extraordinaires, where Cory defends the 2013 Disney flop, The Lone Ranger, featuring Armie Hammer as the title character and an almost unrecognizable Johnny Depp wearing a dead bird.
It’s coming! Until the Lights Go Up takes us back to the Blob in 1972’s Beware! The Blob. Well, more like the Blob comes back to us, because that’s just how it rolls, er, slides.
We head to an island full of bad mushrooms in my review of the 1963 Japanese film, Attack of the Mushroom People.
Keep ’em coming, and come back tomorrow for our third and last day…