The release date of No Time To Die has been delayed again. The return of James Bond has been pushed back from November 2020 to April 2021
A new collaboration project with DutchBondFan – Dealing Out A OO Debate. We randomly select the side of a James Bond topic we have to defend or attack – whether we agree with that stance or not.
The popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get their first big-screen adventure. I take a look at the 1990 film that finally brought the Turtles to movie screens, delighted fans and was a huge box office hit.
Ok, so James Bond fans are feeling a bit down from the annoucment that No Time To Die has been postponed until November 2020. So, here are 13 postivie things about this recent delay that will help bring a smile back to our faces!
The first trailer for the 25th James Bond movie No Time To Die has been relased. I got to discuss it with friend, fellow Bond fan and Youtuber DutchBondFan about what we saw, our thoughts and to speculate about what awaits us with this film
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
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
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
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?
James Bond fans have been waiting a long time for 007 to return. Last we saw him was 2015 in Spectre. Since then Bond has gone quiet and the only...
Dolph Lundgren stars as Marvel Comics’ most famous anti-heroes – The Punisher! I take a look at the 1989 action film, also starring Louis Gossett Jr., Jeroen Krabbe and Kim Miyori
The announcement that director Danny Boyle has left Bond 25 is not the news 007 fans wanted to hear. Now Bond 25 is facing a problem that needs to be solved fast.
A comparison review of the 1956 film Ransom starring Glenn Ford, Donna Reed and Leslie Nielsen and the 1996 remake Ransom starring Mel Gibson, Rene Russo and Gary Sinese
I take a look at the 1980 sequel Superman II, starring Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman, Ned Beatty, Jackie Cooper, Valerie Perrine all return, along with Terence Stamp, Sarah Douglas and Jack O’Halloran
A review of the superhero comedy/musical The Return of Captain Invincible starring Alan Arkin, Christopher Lee, Kate Fitzpatrick and Michael Pate
In my continuing video series of the James Bond films I take a look at the 23rd James Bond film Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Bernice Marlohe and Naomie Harris
I take a look at the 1980 musical film Popeye directed by Robert Altman, starring Shelley Duvall, Ray Walston and Robin Williams as the famed one-eyed sailor
A review of the 1981 Disney superhero film Condorman, starring Michael Crawford, Barbara Carrera, Oliver Reed, James Hampton and Dana Elcar
A look at the superhero comedy television show The Greatest American Hero, starring William Katt, Robert Culp, Connie Select and a red super suit
My video review series covering superhero films, I arrive at 1989 and a little film called Batman starring Michael Keaton, Kim Basinger and Jack Nicholson
A look at the TV Movie The Incredible Hulk starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno who brought Marvel’s tormented scientist and green monster alter ego to life
A look at the 1977 television pilot The Amazing Spider-Man that began the tv series about the adventures of Marvel’s famous superhero
A video review of the 1989 sci-fi superhero sequel The Return of Swamp Thing starring Louis Jordan, Heather Locklear, Sarah Douglas and Dick Durock
A review of the 1966 Batman, starring Adam West and Burt Ward whose Batman and Robin move from their television show to the big-screen