Hi everyone. I hope you are all well and safe. It’s been well over a year since I last held my yearly blogathon dedicated to all things Hitch. Without further ado you are all invited to take part in the 4th Hitchcock Blogathon. I do hope that you can all join me in celebrating the Master Of Suspense.
Two very different Hitchcock couples. Image source IMDb.
You can write about any of his films or TV episodes for this blogathon. You can write about Hitch himself. You can write about his whole career. You can write about his TV series. You can write about the themes present in his work. You can write about the different types of couples in his films. I’ll take anything as long as it’s respectful. Articles, reviews and tributes are all very welcome.
If you’ve written about specific Hitchcock films or topics before, can you please pick a film or topic which you haven’t previously written about. I will only be accepting two duplicate reviews per screen title. No limit though on tributes and articles. You can submit up to three posts each.
The blogathon will be held on the 8th and 9th of August, 2020.Please have your entries ready on or before those dates.If you can no longer take part, or you are going to be late, please do let me know as soon as possible. If you would like to take part, simply leave me a comment below telling me what you will be writing about, along with the name of your blog if I don’t already know it.
Take one of the banners from below and pop it somewhere on your site to help promote the event. Check below to see who is writing about what. Happy viewing and writing!
Films now claimed twice: Rebecca
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films – Rope
HappyFace – Torn Curtain
Wide Screen World – 3 episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Dubsism – Foreign Correspondent
Silver Screen Classics – Rear Window
Silver Screenings – Rebecca
Critica Retro – Stage Fright
Realweegiemidgetreviews – Family Plot
Caftan Woman – Banquos Chair episode from Alfred Hitchcock Presents
The Lady Eve’s Reel Life – The Great Hitchcock Villains
Down These Mean Streets – Strangers On A Train
Silver Screen Modes – Myth And Symbolism In Vertigo
Rick’s Real Reel Life – North By Northwest
Pale Writer – Frenzy
Hometowns To Hollywood – The Life & Hometown Of Alfred Hitchcock
In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood – The Birds
Screen Dreams – The Lodger
Fantasy Map Blog – Shadow Of A Doubt
WhimsicallyClassic – The Lady Vanishes
Box Office Poisons – To Catch A Thief
Poppity Talks Classic Film – I Confess & Topaz
18 Cinema Lane – Marnie
Taking Up Room – Champagne
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society – Comparing the two versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much
Vitaphonedreamer – Rebecca
Shadow And Substance – Alfred Hitchcock Presents vs The Twilight Zone