We’re here, friends. It is time. Are you ready?
Me, I’m just glad Conference Week is almost over. Muh brain feels a wee bit fried.
Anyway, you all know the drill, but I’ll reiterate it: Please send me your posts throughout the weekend and I’ll add them as soon as I can for your reading pleasure. I can’t wait to see what my lovely participants have for us, so without further ado, let’s do this. Grab the popcorn and candy of your choice, all, because it’s Bad Movie Time. Here we go with the clickable images…
The blogathon sets sail with Realweegiemidget Reviews‘ take on the 1979 film, Cruise Into Terror. That sarcophagus looks so real, doesn’t it?
Here’s my review of Sidney Pink’s slapped-together non-epic, Journey To the Seventh Planet.
MovieRob brings us the first of three reviews, 2011’s All Superheroes Must Die, starring Lucas Till, better known as the new MacGyver.
The Very Special Blog has a take on the 1989 film, Her Alibi, which garnered a hefty half of a star from Roger Ebert.
Wide Screen World looks back at the 1994 Roger Corman bomb, The Fantastic Four.
The Oak Drive-In reviews the Seventh Planet‘s 1959 predecessor, The Angry Red Planet.
KN Winiarski Writes brings us some thoughts on the 1948 Frank Sinatra misfire, The Kissing Bandit.
Dubsism hangs out with a few members of the Brat Pack in a review of 1988’s Johnny Be Good.
Thanks, everyone! See you tomorrow for Day Two…