Friday, October 12, 2012

Blog's 2 Year Anniversary

I started the blog 2 years ago and, honestly, it feels much longer than that. Only 2 years? Gee...I'm getting old 'cause it's a lot of work.

Thanks for the 61 who subscribed to the blog and a big thanks to the regular posters like Orsulak, Steven, Charles, Jim, JimF, Pal, Michael O'Sullivan for his contributions and the prolific anonymous. Arf.

And of course thanks to all my 235 Facebook PEP fans like Pasquale, Steven, Epic Movies, Colossal Quo Vadis, Christian Colaizzo, David Goode, Deborah Doggette, Elaine, Nick Wale, Sharon Buchbinder, Rosalind, John Dulaney, ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ ΚΟΝΔΥΛΗΣ, Manifesti, William C., Orville, Bill Shute, Mauro, Petrus Australianus, Breaux Kathy, Matt Gallagher, Gabriel Ruiz, Fabián, Laurent, Patrizia, Kolossal E Peplum, Richard Svensson, John Nudge, Vallerio, Yan and the old subs Jeffrey, Ron, Wade, Miklos and Mayson and all the newcomers like Renzo and Tuart.

I'd also like to mention the real PEPLUM stars like Willy Colombini, Mario Novelli, Brett Halsey, Robert Woods and Bella Cortez at Facebook.

Too many to mention.


Steven Lester said...

I have learned so much about the genre and the actors which participated in them from this website. If it ever disappears I, for one, will be very sad. Thank you for all of your work and passion during the last two years. This is a truly unique page that one can't find very many other places on the net, and I am sure they are constructed not nearly as well as your own.

Charles R. Rutledge said...

This is one of the blogs I visit every day. Thanks for all your hard work and all the great posts!

S.R.Orsulak said...

Thank you for this wonderful website. It takes a lot of hard work on your part, but I think it's really paying off. I have learned a lot from this site and appreciate it very much. Once again THANKS!!!

PEPLUM cinema said...

Steven: that's cool. For me, there's still stuff to learn every day...I keep finding films I've never heard of...the subject is almost endless. Thanks for stopping by and for the kudos.

Charles: cool! Thanks for being a regular.

Orsulak: Yes, it's a lot of hard work but it's usually the case for an overlooked genre. Trying to make sense of it. And thank you for your support and kind words.