Tags » James Bond

Skyfall... mommy was very bad and other parental issues.

~

As usual I am exceptionally late to the party. It’s been three years since Skyfall came out and more than 50 since the first James Bond movie. 366 more words

Tea Party

No Game, no gain

Ι have to admit something: I haven’t seen The Game of Thrones yet, despite the fact that I like heroic fantasy and science fiction. I’ve even been known to “spin my own yarn” from time to time – something I used to do more often, and still do sometimes, mostly for my children. 244 more words

Modern Greece

A Look at Double or Die by Charlie Higson

Charlie Higson’s 3rd Young Bond book was a delight to read. It all takes place before Christmas 1933 after the events of book 2. When an Eton teacher suddenly goes missing leaving behind clues to his wherabouts in a mysterious letter for Bond’s messmate in the Crossword Society to solve, James Bond finds himself ensnared in another dangerous plot pitting him against 2 deadly henchmen, a traitor intent on supplying the Russians with a valuable tactical advantage, and a female Russian Colonel dubbed “The Grandmother.” 708 more words

James Bond

Audio Book Review: ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ Read by Rosamund Pike


On this day in 1962, “The Spy Who Loved Me,” the ninth novel in Ian Fleming’s James Bond series, was published. To celebrate the event, film journalist and screenwriter… 28 more words

Reviews

An MGM Musical Tragedy

Recently Everyday Feminism posted a comic entitled “Your Cinematic Crush Is a Stalker (Um, and That’s a Problem).”  It’s a good read, and it made me think about the first movie I saw that raised some of the red-flags discussed there ( 447 more words

General

Composer Releases Original Cuts of Goldeneye N64 Music

Growing up, I was a massive fan of the Nintendo 64 classic, Goldeneye. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that the game was a major contributor to my early interest in firearms and technology, not to mention the James Bond franchise as a whole. 49 more words

Guns