Discussing No Time To Die – Friend Jeroen (aka DutchBondFan) and I sit down to talk about our feelings about Daniel Craig’s final film as James Bond – the characters, the story, the conclusion, we cover it all and have plenty to say!
A review of the 2021 horror sequel Halloween Kills, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Will Patton, Andi Matichak and Anthony Michael Hall, a pretty dismal entry into the saga of Michael Myers
James Bond has finally returned to cinema screens, so naturally I went to check out No Time To Die. Here are some brief non-spoiler thoughts about it after seeing it.
A review of the 2000 TV film The Three Stooges, about the life and careers of the famous comedy act, starring Michael Chiklis, Evan Handler, Paul Ben-Victor and John Kassir. Executive produced by Mel Gibson
Food Network’s popular seasonal show Halloween Wars has gone through a dramatic change – and fans are not happy about it
It’s time to celebrate that Bond Is Back on cinema screens with the release of the long delayed No Time To Die, a collaborative video project with some fellow YouTubers and Bond fans marks the occasion with each of us looking back at a past favorite moment from the Bond series
Sean Connery’s journey of James Bond came with a lot of drama, resentment and vows of leaving the role. In 1983 Sean Connery returned to the role of James Bond in Never Say Never Again. It would be the year of The Battle of the Bonds, with Connery and Roger Moore facing off in competing Bond films. I present a ‘final’ trailer for Never Say Never Again
After multiple delays for No Time To Die, the film looks to be sticking to its scheduled premiere and worldwide release in September/October 2021
A review of the 2013 documentary Milius, about the life and career of writer/producer/director John Milius
A review of the 1962 comedy Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation, starring James Stewart and Maureen O’Hara. Mr. Hobbs takes his family for a beach vacation and it becomes endless mishaps, stress and drama.
A review of the 1966 short film Paddle To The Sea, based on the 1941 children’s book by Holling C. Holling about a wooden carved Indian in a canoe following its journey floating from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Generations of children were introduced to the film by its frequent showings in elementary schools through the 1970s and 80s.
Friend, fellow James Bond fan and YouTuber DutchBondFan aka Jeroen and I discuss our thoughts about the upcoming No Time To Die in a six-part series Forecasting No Time To Die
A review of Oliver Stone’s 1991 docudrama The Doors about Jim Morrison and the famed rock band, starring Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Kyle MacLachlan, Kevin Dillon, Frank Whaley and Kathleen Quinlan
A review of the 1956 French suspense drama A Man Escaped, about a POW who plans and executes an escape from his German captors
A review of the 1978 action comedy Every Which Way But Loose, starring Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Ruth Gordon and Clyde the orangutan