Announcing The Great Villain Blogathon 2019!

It’s ba-ack!


It’s time once again for the Big Bad Blogathon event where you’re invited to feature your favourite movie villain(s).

Your hosts are Ruth of Silver Screenings, Karen of Shadows & Satin and Kristina of Speakeasy.

The rules are simple:

Just pick any evildoer, outlaw or monster, from any era, country or genre. From creeps to cads to criminals, sinners and psychos, all movie villains are welcome.

Next, check the list further down this page to make sure your topic hasn’t already been chosen (villains covered in previous years are fair game)…

then sign up with the handy form below,

post anytime during MAY 24- 26, 2019,

in your post please use one of the awesome banners featured on this page (thanks Ruth for those!)…

and help promote this event with #Villains2019.

Easy and fun, and we thank you in advance for joining in!

For any changes or questions…

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  1. Here’s another case where one of your banners would be perfect for me, except I’ve already committed to write about “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?” for another previous blog-a-thon.

    That’s why I’d like to give this blog-a-thon a peek at Eddie Albert’s “Warden Hazen” from the original 1974 version of “The Longest Yard.”

    It seems like a natural for the “sports” guy.

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  2. I was wondering when this was going to be announced again, because it wasn’t on last year. I just have to think of a rather unique villain that has never been claimed before.

    Talking about blogathons, I’m just announced another blogathon myself. Hoping you can join in this time Ruth. Here is the link below.

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  3. Hello! I am very excited about this blogathon and glad that it’s back. I thought I had put myself down for this but I must have got it wrong – I also have an article ready! May I put myself down for Bert Gordon (George C Scott) in The Hustler please? Hope that’s ok! Thank you!

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  4. Speaking of that Frankenstein face, Karloff may have been the villain, but the real hero was Jack Pierce, the make-up man who, with few cues from Mary Shelley, created the face that would haunt the popular imagination for more than a century.

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  5. Hi there, can I submit a old post on Lex Luthor in Superman (1978), I’ve not submitted this post to a blogathon before for your Villains blogathon and really can’t get into the film I chose. Sorry for the short notice. Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews

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