The Out To Sea Blogathon – Day 1 Recap

Time to set sail on the first day of our films at sea journey!

MovieMovieBlogBlog discovers Bruce the shark can still chew up the scenery four decades after the debut of Jaws.

Pale Writer is dazzled by the Technicolor magic and Harryhausen special effects of The 7th Voyage of Sinbad.

Caftan Woman appreciates how John Wayne’s dark, brooding hero in Wake of the Red Witch gives his leading lady Gail Russell a chance to shine.Realweegiemidget Reviews pays tribute to Carol Lynley in Flood and The Poseidon Adventure.Wide Screen World gives us the lowdown on director James Cameron’s first of many films set on the water: Piranha II: The Spawning.Sean Munger assures us that, familiar tropes aside, Run Silent, Run Deep has a bit more to it than your average war movie set on a submarine.

MovieRob enjoys the chemistry between stars Martin Short and Kurt Russell in the underrated comedy Captain Ron.

Midnite Drive-In tackles the iconic Soviet silent classic, Battleship Potemkin.

The Stop Button doesn’t pull any punches: Sphere is a waste of time and an $80 million budget.

Destroy All Fanboys! covers The Flesh Eaters, a popcorn horror flick that still holds up decades after its release.

Despite a disappointing ending, Critica Retro is mostly captivated by the pre-Code film Pleasure Cruise.

18 Cinema Lane is delighted by the Irish river and waterfall locations in the romance Honeymoon for One.

That’s it for Day 1! Come back tomorrow for more water adventures!

8 thoughts on “The Out To Sea Blogathon – Day 1 Recap

      1. I wish I had a time machine so I could explain some things to my 19 year-old self about not needing to defend bad work from people whose work I usually love…..

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