The Seen On the Screen Blogathon Has Arrived


We’re here, guys, and we’re about to go places this weekend! Can’t believe this blogathon has come already, because I feel like I just announced this thing and 2023 is flying by.

As usual, if anyone’s coming in late and wants to join us, because impulse trips are a thing sometimes, please let me know. The details can be found here.

And also as usual, please check this post throughout the weekend for updates. Now, let’s be off…

Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews takes us to Helsinki, Finland with her review of 1967’s Billion Dollar Brain.

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Doctor Macro

We have business in Hackensack, New Jersey with Frank from Smoke In the Library, who’s taking us to meet The Killers (the 1946 movie, obviously, not the band).

Screenshot - Lance Henriksen in Devil on the Mountain (aka Sasquatch Mountain, 2006)

Brian from Films From Beyond the Time Barrier takes us to Northern Arizona to hunt Sasquatch in the 2006 film, Devil On the Mountain.

Now we’re going to the spectacular Canadian Rockies with Ruth from Silver Screenings, who brings us her review of 1954’s River Of No Return.


Yours truly has this review of the 1996 film, Phenomenon, which was shot in my hometown of Auburn, California.

Rachel of Hamlette’s Soliloquy takes us to New Ulm, Minnesota in the 2009 film, New In Town.

Le from Crítica Retrô takes a look at the 1944 film, The Three Caballeros, which was set in Bahia, Brazil.

We go to Johannesburg, South Africa in Dredd (2012) with Catherine from Thoughts All Sorts.

Fargo, North Dakota is our next destination with J-Dub of Dubsism, who brings us his review of the 1996 Coen brothers film, Fargo.

Thanks, everyone! Depending on when you read this, be sure to check back on Monday for a little wrapup post…

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