In an interview Lashana Lynch explained her suggestion her character Nomi being on her period in the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die and for the first time having a tampon show up onscreen in the 007 series
A review of the 1992 sci-fi action movie Fortress about a futuristic prison, starring Christopher Lambert, Kurtwood Smith, Vernon Wells and Loryn Locklin
A review of the 1991 comedy King Ralph starring John Goodman, Peter O’Toole, John Hurt and Camille Coduri
A review of the 2019 sci-fi action sequel Terminator: Dark Fate, starring Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger & Gabriel Luna
A review of the 1987 action sequel Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, starring Charles Bronson, John P. Ryan, Kay Lenz and Dana Barron
A review of the 1990 black comedy A Shock To The System, starring Michael Caine, Elizabeth McGovern, Peter Riegert, Will Patton and Swoosie Kurtz
EON Films have released the official teaser poster for their newest James Bond film No Time To Die starring Daniel Craig – it’s not the most striking image fans hoped to see
Today is Global James Bond Day, fans get to celebrate their favorite secret agent 007! Haphazard Stuff got asked to be on Joe Darlington’s podcast Being James Bond
A review of the 1995 HBO film Citizen X, the true story of a serial killer and the decade long hunt for him in the Soviet Union, starring Stephen Rea, Donald Sutherland, Max Von Sydow and Jeffrey DeMunn
A review of the 1971 western Hannie Caulder starring Raquel Welch, Robert Culp, Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam, Strother Martin and Christopher Lee
A review of the 1991 action movie Showdown in Little Tokyo, starring Dolph Lundgren, Brandon Lee, Tia Carrere and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
A review of the 2014 documentary The Battered Bastards of Baseball, about actor Bing Russell and the underdog story of the Portland Mavericks baseball team
A review of the 1982 action film First Blood starring Sylvester Stallone, Brian Dennehy and Richard Crenna, the first film appearance of Stallone as John Rambo
A look back at the 1978 film Faces of Death and how it became a rite of passage movie that adolescents dared to watch during the VHS era to see just how scary, gross and disturbing it actualy was
A review of the 1987 comedy Summer School starring Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley about a gym teacher forced to spend his summer teaching a misfit class, directed by Carl Reiner
Bond 25 has finally got an offical title – No Time To Die. I share some thoughts about the selection of this title for the newest James Bond film.
Rami Malek in his Oscar-winning performance as Freddie Mercury in the bio-pic Bohemian Rhapsody. The film follows Mercury’s life, the creation of the legendary band Queen and the legacy...
A review of the 1969 drama They Shoot Horses Don’t They?, starring Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin, Red Buttons, Susannah York, Bruce Dern, Bonnie Bedelia, directed by Sydney Pollack
A review of the 1988 comedy sequel Crocodile Dundee II starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski
Some bombshell news about Bond 25, Lashana Lynch will be playing ‘the new 007’ (not James Bond, just an agent using his 007 number) Reactions have been pouring in about this – and not all of them positive. For me, it’s not something that I’m crazy about & is making me nervous about Bond 25
A review of the 1986 action adventure movie Firewalker, starring Chuck Norris, Louis Gossett Jr., Melody Anderson and Sonny Landham, made by Cannon Films
A review of the 1976 comedy The Gumball Rally, a group of drivers compete in an illegal cross country car race, starring Michael Sarrazin, Tricia O’Neil, Raul Julia and Gary Busey
In 1966 Raquel Welch skyrocketed to fame starring in One Million Years B.C. Her career has suffered ups and downs, she has gained a reputation as being one of the most ‘difficult’ actresses in Hollywood, but has continued to remain popular, busy and successful. I take a comprehensive biographical look at her career, stories of her difficult reputation and some gossip.
Bond 25 has been filming and there’s been a lot of news of problems, injuries and accidents reported by the media. Are things really that bad and should Bond fans be worried?
A review of the action sequel Death Wish 3 starring Charles Bronson, Martin Balsam, Ed Lauter and Gavan O’Herilhy. A film made by The Cannon Group that was reviled upon its initial release, but has since become a classic guilty pleasure cult film