Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Nature’s Fury Blogathon – Day 2 Recap

Just when you thought it was safe to return to the blogosphere, the Nature’s Fury Blogathon returns for another round of tremendous posts covering mutant beasts and environmental cataclysm.

In addition to today’s links, be sure to visit the Day 1Recap, and stay tuned for Day 3!

Animal Attacks:

Scott Drebit of Daily Dead reviews Bert I. Gordon’s (very) loose adaptation of H.G. Wells’ classic story, The Food of the Gods (1976)

Mike Perry from Mike’s Take on Movies tracks that most elusive of beasts, The White Buffalo (1977)

Blogferatu reveals if Ray Milland is a match for Frogs (1972)

Dick from The Oak Drive-In warns us about the dangers of a mutant bear in Prophecy (1979)

I Fought Nature, and Nature Won:

Manor of the blog On Manor’s Mind tries to make sense of The Last Days of Planet Earth (1974)

Fritzi from Movies Silently erupts over the volcano movie The Wrath of the Gods (1914)


  1. Thanks a heap, Barry. Now I'm going to have to spend my entire day off tomorrow reading all the posts you've conveniently compiled and linked for me. lol

    Seriously, though, congratulations on the success of your blogathon. I know from orchestrating the Pre'Weens that it's a lot of work. Yearly tradition now?

    1. Don't mention it, Brandon! ;) Thanks for the kind words. It's been a lot of fun, so far. Oddly enough, I'm also off tomorrow (1/2 day actually), just so I can devote a little more time to reading all the posts.

      It's been a couple of years since my previous blogathon, but I'm seriously considering making it an annual event. Crazy, huh?

  2. Hey, Barry. I put together a late post. Sorry about that. It was great fun to do and I hope you do decide to make this an annual thing.

    1. Hi, Wendell... Not a problem! I update the Day 3 Recap right away. Thanks for participating in the blogathon, and I will definitely consider a repeat.