We have come to the end of yet another So Bad It’s Good Blogathon. I’m enjoying working through all your posts, not to mention a backlog of comments and tweets, and hope to finish in the next few days, preferably sooner. I don’t know why, but I always get that bit from The Mickey Mouse Club in my head when I wind up one of these events.
Anyway, this has been a fun one–you all brought it in your usual enthusiastic fashion and it’s come off swimmingly. Seventies movies were definitely a thing this year, too…great minds think alike, right?
If anyone is just now joining us and wants to catch up on what they’ve missed, here are Days One, Two, and Three. And as usual, if anyone has any late entries, please send them to me and I’ll post them here. Don’t worry if this is you. No harm, no foul. 🙂
Speaking of which, here’s a review of 1981’s Excalibur by J-Dub of Dubsism.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, everyone for participating! I so appreciate all the kind words and support for this year’s effort and am looking forward to our fifth dabble into film badness in 2023 (what?).
All right, I hope see you tomorrow for a new Stage To Screen. No spoilers except that it’s gonna be about persecution and martyrdom. Cheerful, right? Have a good one, all, and thanks again!