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Celebrate March Movie Badness with Comet TV

The biggest tournament in sports is in full-swing, but it's not too late to catch Comet TV for some of the worst films in film history. To celebrate March Movie Badness, cringe-classics like Troll 2, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, and Planet of the Vampires will be playing all month long.
To boost the stakes, Comet TV will also be giving away a prize pack to kick your movie marathons off with. To enter, tweet #MarchMovieBadness to @wordsbycbiggs and follow for an additional entry. All entries must be completed by March 31st to compete. Good luck!
Troll 2 (1991)
Tuesday March 21 at 8/7c
Planet of The Vampires (1965)
Tuesday March 21 at 10/9C
Terror at London Bridge (1985)
Wednesday March 22 at 8/7C
Premature Burial (1962)
Thursday March 23 at 8/9C
The Amityville Horror (1979)
Friday March 24 at 8/7C
Saturday March 25 at 8/7C
Monster From the Surf (1965)
Monday March 27 at 8/7C
Cellar Dweller (1988)
Tuesday March 28 at 8/7C
Gorath (1964)
Tuesday March 28 at 10/9C
Destination Moon (1950)
Wednesday March 29 at 8/7C
Dracula VS. Frankenstein (1971)
Wednesday March 29 at 10/9C
The Conqueror Worm (1968)
Thursday March 30 at 8/7C
Dead Like Me Movie (2009)
Friday March 31 at 8/7C
Each household is only eligible to win COMET March Movie Badness Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

Comments

I haven't seen too many of these films, but I can't imagine anything worse than Troll 2. LOL Fun post Colin

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