And now it’s Day 3 of the Hammer-Amicus Blogathon over here…

So we’re on Day 3 with some good news of those yet to submit…

 

Or for those really late entries who’ve just been inspired.

 

 

So blogathons are a tricky business, with you firstly making sure your post is ready in time which increases the chance of writer’s block tenfold. Secondly, that time difference business may make you appear fashionably late or way too early for adding that blogathon post.

So not to worry if these sentences refer to you as due to myself and the lovely Barry’s 10 hour time difference (is that a record joint blogathon fans?) you may find yourself advertised here and there over 2 days or just the 1 depending on your submission time. And the other good news is this means we’ll (probably) have an extra day of tributes to Hammer and Amicus.

This means you can join us now in time for that (possible) final post in my blog tomorrow or his today… and now I’m confusing myself,  here’s those blogathon details HERE should you want to  join.

And for those of you who want a good read and believe me its true, as I’ve read and commented on all these posts. (Please if you contributed with no comment luring in your spam folder and I’ll try again…)

The posts for Day 1 are HERE and Day 2 are THERE.

So may the horror (or not) posts begin….

 

A Shroud of Thoughts shares his post on Hammer‘s Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter (1974)…

Sean Munger tells us more on Hammer’s Rasputin the Mad Monk (1966)

Feel like a bite to eat? Silver Screen Suppers invites you for a wee collaboration with on her blog we’ve her Amicus double bill, starting with Dinner with Scream and Scream Again (1970) followed up by her post on  in Dinner with Madhouse (1974).

and she’s joined by Vincent Price Legacy UK shares his reviews on his blog of the Amicus films To Scream and To Scream Again (1970) and Madhouse (1974).


 

The Oak Drive In adds another post with Hammer‘s The Witches (also known as The Devil’s Own) (1966).

Shadowplay tells us of an Amicus whodunnit in The Beast Must Die (1974).

From the Anagram Hunter we have Hammer Films as Anagrams


 

And Prowler Takes A Jump tells us about Hammer and Amicus Director Freddie Francis

Stabford Deathrage adds his post on Hammer’s Countess Dracula (1971)…

And tune in here regularly for updates and on Tuesday for our wrap up post with the final posts…

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5 thoughts on “And now it’s Day 3 of the Hammer-Amicus Blogathon over here…

  1. Hi Gill, how late is too late? I don’t think I can get my post written until tomorrow morning, which I’m not sure when that is for you? Today is DAY 3 of the blogathon for me.

    Looking forward to sitting down and reading everyone’s posts tomorrow, too!! 🙂

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