As Every ’70s Movie concludes its final full year of regular reviews, it’s heartening to report that traffic remains strong, so much so that yet another milestone has been reached—earlier today, this blog’s lifetime tally surpassed 3.5 million page views. As always, I’m tremendously grateful for the loyalty of regular readers and for the welome visits from folks who discover the blog in their travels through the Interwebs. Thanks to generous donations given recently, I’ve been able to view a fair number of previously unattainable movies, hence some of the obscure titles readers have noticed on the blog in the last few weeks. (The hard-to-find sequel Harrad Summer, posted earlier today, eluded me for years.) More curios are coming your way soon, including the never-released-on-video Two People, with Peter Fonda and Lindsay Wagner. Putting my eyes on that one was a direct result of donations, so thank you! (To paraphrase all the nonprofits who bombard us with requests during the holidays, please consider Every ’70s Movie in your year-end giving—every little bit helps in a tangible way.) Even with seven years of continuous daily posting in the rear-view mirror, the fun isn’t over just yet. Expect two or three more months of daily posting before this project runs its course—and watch for updates in the new year on possible future evolutions of this project. Meantime, as always, keep on keepin’ on!