The Great Villain Blogathon: Day 3 Recap

Day Three of the 2015 Great Villain Blogathon was a real humdinger! Click the pics below to read about today’s dastardly dudes and dudettes!

Pre-Code.com tells about the dirty deeds of The Invisible Man:

Movies Silently has the low-down on Ford Sterling in A Muddy Romance:

 Mike’s Take On the Movies delves into Ernest Borgnine’s villainy in Emperor of the North:

Flights, Tights and Movie Nights tells all about the Top 10 Batman Movie Villains:

Flickin’ Out knows what makes Bruno Antony tick in Strangers on a Train:

Frisco Kid at the Movies reveals why Noah Cross is a bad, bad man in Chinatown:

Criterion Blues has the skinny on the villainy of The Blob:

The Last Drive-In looks at the misdeeds of Vincent Price in Dragonwyck and Robert Montgomery in Night Must Fall:

B Noir Detour has the 411 on Richard Widmark’s bad-boy roles in Kiss of Death, Night and the City, and No Way Out:

No Nonsense with Nuwan Sen discusses the villainy of Juhi Chawla in Gulaab Gang:

Silver Scenes tells us all about the ghastly scheme concocted by George Brougham in The List of Adrian Messenger:

 Sister Celluloid explains how somebody can be so good looking on the outside and so bad on the inside in Duel in the Sun!

 Wolffian Classics Movie Digest delves into the badness of Harry Lime in The Third Man.

And that’s it for today’s motley crew of cads, baddies, and ne’er-do-wells. Ruth of Silver Screenings will be hosting Day Four of the Great Villain Blogathon tomorrow! Be afraid. Be very afraid . . .

~ by shadowsandsatin on April 15, 2015.

5 Responses to “The Great Villain Blogathon: Day 3 Recap”

  1. Reblogged this on Silver Screenings.

  2. *points to my post* – “Made it ma, top of the world”
    Thanks again for facilitating this. Loving all these posts!

  3. Reblogged this on Speakeasy.

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