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Creating the ultimate Bond--James Bond SPECTRE comic strips

Daniel Craig’s modern James Bond inspired by classic comic strip versions of Bond?

According to the foreword in James Bond: Spectre – The Complete Comic Strip Collection… 412 more words


“Red” at South Coast Repertory

Red. The title is the key to John Logan’s tight, intense play now in production at South Coast Repertory. The actual, generic color red serves as the basso ostinato of the ninety-minute wonder, but red is also the metaphor for so much more – emotions, politics, intensity. 405 more words

A Female Perspective

Episode 21 of Missing Maura Murray was a refresher. KF, a secret researcher, appeared on the first episode of 2016. One of the topics of conversation which stood out was the July 2004 article of Maura’s disappearance in… 1,065 more words



This 1997 film is written by David Keith Miller and directed by Rick Blaine. Judy Thompson stars as Janie, a young woman who works as a research assistant in a lab at a local college, where her live-in boyfriend Michael (played by Rob Moses), works as a Teacher’s Assistant for Professor Sterling (played by… 859 more words


Spectre Review - Audaciously confident showmanship

Spectre’s opening sequence sets out the film’s purpose perfectly. We’re in Mexico City, swooping over the celebrations for the Dia de Muertos, a festival in which the living and the dead collide. 798 more words


The Chronicles of SPECTRE: SPECTRE (2015)

By Nicolas Suszczyk, Guest Writer

No analysis of the chronicles of SPECTRE would be complete if we didn’t examine the latest James Bond outing, SPECTRE, the fourth 007 film starring Daniel Craig and the second directed by Sam Mendes. 1,000 more words

James Bond Films

I liked Spectre more than I thought I would. When details about the movie were posted online after the Sony hack, I didn’t like what I read. 384 more words