The Great Villain Blogathon 2019 – Day 3 Recap

Day 3 of The Great Villains Blogathon 2019 made us want to dance with joy!

Our participants turned in another batch of swoon-worthy posts in which they extolled the virtues (or the lack, thereof) of those baddies we love to hate. Check ’em out, below . . .

And you’ll find all of the recap links together at the main blogathon page, including entries posted on Day 1 and Day 2.

Now take a deep dive into today’s dastardly collection!

The Lonely Critic: The Invisible Man

Fading, But Not Forgotten: The Abusive Power of Nicholas Van Ryn

Speakeasy: The Villains of The Tall T (1957)

MovieRob: Monster (2003)

Old Hollywood Films: The German Pilot in Mrs. Miniver

Moon in Gemini: Judas Iscariot in Jesus Christ, Superstar

Mildred’s Fatburgers: Rhoda Penmark Problematizes Eugenics

Critica Retro: The Many Faces of Bafo, The Villain of Disney

Movies Silently: Behind the Door (1919) A Silent Film Review

18 Cinema Lane: Why Jiggy Nye is Not An Effective Villain in Felicity: An American Girl Adventure

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society: Salome, Where She Danced” from 1945; Who is the Real Villain?

Shadows and Satin: Pre-Code Villainy

~ by shadowsandsatin on May 26, 2019.

4 Responses to “The Great Villain Blogathon 2019 – Day 3 Recap”

  1. It’s been a great blogathon! Thanks from this particular reader to the organizers and all who’ve contributed.

  2. Reblogged this on Silver Screenings and commented:
    More terrific hijinx in The Great Villain Blogathon 2019!

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