Announcing the Colours Blogathon

UPDATE: For the “Live” version…head on over here... It’s a Colourful Day…a Colourful Blogathon Day…


I’ve been blogging for just over 2 years now and become addicted to Blogathons. I think it is high time I brave the hosting side of it. So…here you go:

The Colours Blogathon

8  &  9 September 2017

Megaphone2I know I’m early with announcing but I’m sooooo excited. Have another one in mind but I’ll just have to restrain myself for a few more months.

There are so many movies with a colour forming part of the title. Hence, the rule is simple: pick a movie that has a colour forming part of the title and share your thoughts. In any language. So, ‘Moulin Rouge’ would be perfectly acceptable. I’ll also accept ‘Gold’ or ‘Golden’ as colours. Likewise “Rose” will be accepted. So, I’m pretty open to colour interpretations.

Once you’ve made your selection (there are lots and lots to choose from, believe it or not), let me know which colourful title you’ve chosen together with your Blog name and URL. I’ll put you on the roster and look forward to reading your entry. Oh, and pick a banner from those below (or be colourful and create your own). I’m open to duplicates (we all have different views) as long as there aren’t too many of the same.






Here are the colourful entries so far:

Thoughts All Sorts – Soylent Green (1973)

realweegiemidget – Chocolat (2000)

Tranquil Dreams – White Oleander (2002)

Maddylovesherclassicfilms – The Red Shoes (1948)

Cinematic Scribblings – Raise the Red Lantern (1991)

Sean Munger – The Thin Red Line (1998)

Charlene’s (Mostly) Classic Movie Reviews – The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

Blog of the Darned – Porco Rosso (1992) (The Crimson Pig)

Moon in Gemini – Purple Moon (1960)

The Midnite Drive-In – Red Dawn (1984)

Moody Moppet – A Clockwork Orange (1971)

The Stop Button – Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)

Crítica Retrô – Woman in White (1948)

dbmoviesblog – Betty Blue (1986)

demandedcriticalreviews – Yellow Submarine (1968)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood – The Pink Panther (1963)

The Wonderful World of Cinema – The Blue Gardenia (1953)

Sat In Your Lap – Black Legion (1937)

Anybody Got a Match – The Man With The Golden Arm (1955)

Silen-tology – The Blue Bird (1918)

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society – The Solid Gold Cadillac (1957)

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood – On Golden Pond (1981)

Movie Movie Blog Blog – The Gold Rush (1925)

It Came From the Man Cave! – Red Riding Hood (2011)

Rhyme and Reason – The Red Turtle (2016)

Sometimes they go to Eleven – The Thin Blue Line

The Blonde Screwball – Red Dust (1932)

Lifesdailylessonsblog – Black Hawk Down (2001)





102 thoughts on “Announcing the Colours Blogathon

  1. Hey! I’m sorry but I’m going to have to pull out of this blogathon. I had to evacuate due to Hurricane Irma, and the place I’m currently staying at has no WiFi. I’m really sorry! I was looking forward to this one!


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  13. This blogathon looks very creative, I love the concept. If I may, can I write a piece about The Man With The Golden Arm from 1955?

    Thank for hosting!

    Oh, I blog at Anybody Got a Match? (

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      • For some reason I can’t use my blogspot account to comment on wordpress anymore. I’m pretty sure I could last year, but maybe I was wrong. And when I log in using wordpress it sends you to that damn wordpress blog that i didn’t want to create but had to to be able to comment on wordpress accounts. (Disgruntled, yes…) Yes please link to the Midnite Drive-In blog. And it’s the 1984 version. Haven’t seen the remake (and I don’t even know what the 1989 one is…)

        Oh, BTW, be prepared. I usual avoid being political, but the 1984 Red Dawn can’t be discussed without some political commentary.

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