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Book Review: ‘Live and Let Die’ by Ian Fleming

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Fleming's second James Bond book proves an entertaining period piece. Read More »

We Still Love The ’80s: 1983 Panel at San Diego Comic-Con

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1983 was much more than just the year that McNuggets were introduced. Read More »

Singing Bond Girls Give 007 His First Oscar Gold Fingers in Nearly 50 Years

On Oscar night, Shirley Bassey and Adele represented the passing of one 007 crown. Read More »

2013 Oscars: A Testament to a Brilliant Year in Film

Another Oscar night in the can. No sweeps in a year filled with excellence in moviemaking. Read More »

Book Review: James Bond FAQ by Tom DeMichael

James Bond FAQ is a pleasant refresher course for those not already intimately familiar with the 23 007 films so far. Read More »

Interview: Axeman Vic Flick Tells Why He’s Selling the Guitar That Made “The James Bond Theme” Famous

On February 2, the guitar used in eight James Bond films goes up for sale and the man who played it shares the inside story. Read More »

Movie Review: Skyfall – Last Rat Standing

This is not your father's Bond movie, but it is what a Bond movie needs to be now. Read More »

Music Review: Thomas Newman – Skyfall [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Thomas Newman's Skyfall soundtrack is a dynamic listening experience, even without the title song. Read More »

Movie Review: Skyfall

There likely will never be a 007 movie this good ever again. Read More »

Book Review: The Music of James Bond by Jon Burlingame

The Music of James Bond covers the topic of the James Bond movies from the perspective of the musical score. Read More »