It’s the third and final day of this year’s So Bad It’s Good Blogathon, and naturally we have more great posts in store for you all. Hope you’ve had a good weekend, too. Anyone who would like to catch up on what’s been going on here can find Day One here and Day Two here.
And now, on to our Day Three…
Barry from Cinema Catharsis has some thoughts on the 1963 film, Blood Feast.
Kayla from Whimsically Classic brings us a review of one of her favorite bad movies, 1979’s Roller Boogie.
Sally from 18 Cinema Lane graces us with a review of the 1978 TV movie, The New Adventures of Heidi, which takes our heroine to New York City, of all places.
Michael from Maniacs and Monsters introduces us to the 1987 horror stinker, Kiss Daddy Goodnight.
Here’s my review of 1978’s The Star Wars Holiday Special, a movie George Lucas would like to personally smash.
Dell from Dell On Movies looks at the 1992 Lifetime stinker, Single Black Female.
Le from Crítica Retrô has some thoughts about 1957’s The Story of Mankind.
All right, everyone, thanks muchly, and see you tomorrow for a little wrapup post!