There is something about the simplicity and low-key feel of 28 Days Later which makes it so effective. This isn’t a glossy, Hollywood horror film but something much more realistic. Throughout the movie there is an impending feeling of dread as … Continue reading Horror Week: 28 Days Later (2002) Review
Pierce Brosnan seems to have done his homework when he put together his version of James Bond. In Brosnan we get the aggression of Connery, the arrogance of Moore, the seriousness of Dalton and a nice mix of gallows humour and … Continue reading Month of Bond: Goldeneye (1995) Review
The moment Sean Connery steps back into the shoes of James Bond, you realise how different (and much worse) Roger Moore’s version of the character actually is. Connery is confident without being arrogant, suave without being creepy and comical without being … Continue reading Month of Bond: Never Say Never Again (1983) Review
James Bond may be the central character to the whole 007 franchise but there are also many regular contributing characters that make the movies so successful. You can name a clear-cut ” Bond family” and arguably, at the “Head” of this … Continue reading Month of Bond: A Tribute to M
I’m not sure when product placement first started but with Bond it was really at it’s worst with Die Another Day. That was the first Bond film where the story would almost halt so that the company who helped fund the … Continue reading Month of Bond: Is product placement ruining Bond?