It’s here, guys. The so-bad-it’s-goodness is upon us and we’re in for a lot of wince-y chuckles this weekend. A lot of you have been telling me how excited you are for this blogathon and I can’t blame you. At the risk of sounding like one of those COVID ads, we need this, especially now (Prayers for the Ukraine!).
So yeah, you all know how blogathons work–I’ll be updating this post throughout the day as your entries come in. All right, here we go…
Stately from On Manor’s Mind leads off with an in-depth look at Larry Buchanan, a fellow who makes bad movies and knows it.
Ruth from Silver Screenings brings us a look at Hollywood Story, a 1951 baddie based on a real-life murder.
Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews introduces us to 1996’s Loch Ness, about that famous loch and its famous resident.
Brian from Films From Beyond the Time Barrier brings us his take on the 1957 stinker, The Brain From Planet Arous.
Here’s my review of M. Knight Shyamalan’s 2008 movie, The Happening, “the best B-movie you’ve ever seen.”
Andrew from Maniacs and Monsters has this take on the new Amityville film, 2021’s Amityville In the Hood. Yeah, it’s bad.
John from Tales From the Freakboy Zone has this review of 1982’s Pandemonium, because what’s a So Bad It’s Good fest without cheerleaders and murder?
All right, depending on when you read this, see you tomorrow for Day Two…