Friday, September 16, 2022

The 9th Annual Rule, Britannia Blogathon

The 9th 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 16) trough Sunday (September 18).

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

Realweedgiemiget Reviews: The Chosen/Rain of Fire/Holocaust 2000 (1977)

Films From Beyond the Time Barrier: The Dark Before the Dawn of Hammer Horror: Stolen Face and Blackout

Silver Screenings: "How to Steal Scenes from Your Fellow Actors"

Liberal England: "Children and Bomb Sites in Post-War British Films"

The Stop Button: Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949, Robert Hamer)

Taking Up Room
: "Five Reasons to See A Hard Day's Night"

Moon in Gemini: "The 9th Annual Rule, Britannia Blogathon: Into the West (1992)"

A Shroud of Thoughts: "The Ipcress File (1965)"

18 Cinema Lane: "Take 3: Tommy Review"

In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood: "Welcome Aboard the Empress of India: North West Frontier (1959)


Silver Screenings said...

Hi there! I've uploaded a review of The Iron Duke here:

Andrew Wickliffe said...

Hi Terry!

Thanks for hosting!

Debbie Vega said...

Hello! My post is now live:

Debbie Vega said...

18 Cinema Lane said...

Hi Terence! I apologize for the late blogathon entry, but your blogathon banner and original blogathon announcement lists the final date as September 19th.