The Great #Villains2016 Blogathon: Day 1
Wow! We’re off to an incredible start to the 2016 Great Villains Blogathon!
If you upload your entry later this evening, don’t worry – it will be included in tomorrow’s recap.
This blogathon will bring you a wealth of villains from almost every genre in classic and modern cinema, and it’s a thrill to be involved.
Enjoy today’s posts!
B Noir Detour examines the villainous roles of Barbara Stanwyck.
That Other Critic analyzes the shape of evil of Halloween’sMichael “The Shape” Meyers.
Mrs. Skeffington (Meredy.com) argues Bela Lugosi is the definitive onscreen Dracula in Dracula (1931).
Cinemaven’s Essays from the Couch breaks down Louis Calhern’s villainous character in Devil’s Doorway (1950).
Girls Do Film asks the mirror who is the wickedest one of all? in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1938).
Lemon Shark compares agent Smith to Cypher and delves into who might be the real…
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