The Fifth So Bad It’s Good Blogathon Has Arrived


We’re here, all…can you believe it? We’ve got some great stuff in store over the next three days and I don’t know about you, but I’m raring to go. I had to change one my picks for this year and drop the third, but I have no regrets, as you’ll see tomorrow.

And if anyone still wants to join us, it’s not too late! Find all the details here.

So yeah, speaking of seeing, here are our Day One participants to get us started (click on the images)…

GIll from Realweegiemidget Reviews has this review of the 1973 baddie, Ssssnake, also titled Sssssss, depending on who you ask, starring Dirk Benedict, best known as Face or Starbuck.

Ruth from Silver Screenings takes a look at 1955’s Bride of the Monster, directed by the prince of badness, Ed Wood, and starring Bela Lugosi, best known as, well, you know.

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Andrew from The Stop Button brings us his thoughts on the 1983 strutfest, Stayin’ Alive, with another guy who needs no introduction.

Emily from The Flapper Dame highlights the so-bad-they’re-good cringes, er, charms of the 2019 Hallmark movie, Christmas Scavenger Hunt.

Brian from Films From Beyond the Time Barrier has cast his eye on the inception-y 1954 movie, Killers From Outer Space.

Johanna from Old Books and Movies brings us her thoughts on the 1987 Disney so-bad-it’s-goodie, Double Agent.

Andrew from Maniacs and Monsters shows us what happens when familiar characters become public domain with a look at Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey.

The Movie Database

Terence from A Shroud of Throughts gives us his thoughts on the 1968 so-bad-it’s-good classic, Barbarella.

Thanks, everyone, and keep ’em coming! All right, depending on when you read this, see you tomorrow for Day Two…

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