Friday, September 25, 2020

The 7th Annual Rule, Britannia Blogathon

The Seventh Annual Rule, Britannia Blogathon has arrived! The Rule, Britannia Blogathon is meant to celebrate classic, British films. While many think of Hollywood when they think of movies, the fact is that many classic films originated in the United Kingdom. From the Gainsborough melodramas to the Ealing comedies to the Hammer Horrors, the United Kingdom has made many contributions to classic film. The British Invaders Blogathon will last from today (September 25) through Sunday (September 27).

Without further ado, here are this year's entries:

Realweegiemidget Reviews: Deadly Strangers (1975)

Silver Screenings: "The Misery of Getting What You Asked For"

Caftan Woman: I See a Dark Stranger (1946)

The Wonderful World of Cinema: "A Mystery in Paris: So Long at the Fair (1950)

Diary of a Movie Maniac: The Devils (1971 Uncut Version)

Liberal England: "Derailed by A Canterbury Tale"  

Dubsism: "Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 91: ffolkes

Wide Screen World: Black Narcissus

Crítica Retrô: "British Film Pioneers"

18 Cinema Lane: "Take 3: Nicholas Nickleby (2002)" 

Cinema Essentials: The Belles of St. Trinian's (1954)

Poppity Talks Classic Film: "Celebrating Britain in Film with Alfred Hitchcock's The Manxman (1929)"

Taking Up Room: "We Can Take It" 

Moon in Gemini: Howard's End (1992)

 Lorna Dupree: "Film review: The Draughtsman's Contract (Peter Greenaway, 1982)"

A Shroud of Thoughts: Sink the Bismarck! (1960) 

A Scunner Darkly: "A Mug's Game--The Stud (1978, Quentin Masters)"


Caftan Woman said...

Here's my look at I See a Dark Stranger:

Virginie Pronovost said...

Hi Terence! Here is my article on So Long at the Fair! Thank you so much for hosting!

Diary of a Movie Maniac said...

Here is my review of The Devils (1971):

J-Dub said...

The naval commando "ffolkes" is ready to come aboard, sir...

Jonathan Calder said...
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Jonathan Calder said...

Hello Terence

I've posted my article on A Canterbury Tale here:

Thanks so much for doing this


Rich said...

Here’s mine.


Hi, Terry! Here it is my contribution:

18 Cinema Lane said...

Hello Terence! I just posted my review of 'Nicholas Nickleby'! Here's the link:

Cinema Essentials said...

Hi Terence

Here is my post on The Belles of St. Trinian's


Debbie Vega said...

Hi Terry. My post is now live:

Kevin Sturton said...

Hi Terence, mine is here.

(No idea why the link url says trashed in it. Bit harsh of my own blog posts to be judging me!)