George Lazenby To Appear At "Ohmss" Screening, L.A., August 9

By Todd Garbarini Laemmle’s NoHo 7 Theatre in Los Angeles will be presenting a Digital Cinema Package (Dcp) screening of Peter Hunt’s 1969 James Bond outing On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. The ...

Eunice Gayson, First ‘Bond’ Girl, Dies at 90

Eunice Gayson, First ‘Bond’ Girl, Dies at 90 Eunice Gayson, the first ever Bond girl, died Friday. She was 90. Gayson’s Twitter account posted the news, writing that she was “an amazing lady who left a lasting impression on everyone she met. ...

DVD Savant 2015 Favored Disc Roundup

or, Savant picks The Most Impressive Discs of 2015 This is the actual view from Savant Central, looking due North. What a year! I was able to take one very nice trip back East too see Washington ...

Come Fly With Me

Dolores Hart, Pamela Tiffin and Lois Nettleton are flight attendants aiming to snag three attractive, wealthy husbands right out of the air -- Karl Boehm, Hugh O'Brien and Karl Malden. There's more ...

‘Goldeneye’ – a terrific exercise in blockbuster filmmaking and so much more

Goldeneye Directed by Martin Campbell Written by Jeffrey Caine and Bruce Feirsein UK / USA The Essence of Bond has been shaped and re-shaped constantly over its 50-year run and that has been due ...

‘The Living Daylights’ didn’t reboot Bond, but had a lot of fun within the formula

The Living Daylights Directed by John Glen Written by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson 1987, USA It wasn’t guaranteed that the Daniel Craig films would successfully reboot James Bond, in part ...

‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ – a challenging, invigorating and romantic piece of action filmmaking

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Written by Richard Maibaum Directed by Peter Hunt UK, 1969 To call On Her Majesty’s Secret Service underappreciated is to call the sky blue. Only in the years since ...

Movie Alert! Horror Film Festival On TCM, Friday October 2

"The Haunting" (1963): our choice for best haunted house flick of all time. On Friday, October 2, Turner Classic Movies (North America) will present back-to-back showings of some delectable and ...

James Bond 007: revisiting A View To A Kill

Roger Moore bows out as James Bond 007, in A View To A Kill. It's a film with a few problems... This one's an unworthy last hurrah for Sir Rog. Yet such is life. Received wisdom pegs A View To A Kill ...

Join Cinema Retro For "The Haunting" Screening, Loew's Jersey City, Saturday, October 25

The restored movie palace, the Loew's Jersey City, will present their annual Halloween-themed film festival on October 24-25, kicking off with Murnau silent version of Nosferatu with live soundtrack ...

Movie Poster of the Week: “Passport to Treason”

I recently came across this image (on the lovely black and white photography Tumblr Green Eyes 55) and was of course struck by the element at its center. The 1961 photograph is of a street corner bar ...

Actors Who’ve Played the Same Character the Most Times

With Hugh Jackman currently negotiating to play Wolverine for a seventh and eighth time, Cinelinx takes a look at actors who’ve played the same role eight times or more. Who has played the same ...

8 Movies That Weren’t As Good As Their Soundtracks

Music can make a scene come alive. In film (or television) a great soundtrack is capable of amplifying the emotions of the scene, thrilling us with tense action scenes, beautiful romantic moments, ...

DVD Review: "That Hagen Girl" (1947) Starring Ronald Reagan, Shirley Temple And Lois Maxwell

By Lee Pfeiffer The Warner Archive has released That Hagen Girl as a burn-to-order DVD title. The 1947 soap opera stars Shirley Temple as Mary Hagen, a high school girl who is socially ostracized ...

Skyfall Naomie Harris interview: "I can finally say I'm Miss Moneypenny"

Skyfall Naomie Harris interview: Naomie Harris has spoken to Digital Spy about becoming the new Miss Moneypenny in Skyfall. The British actress, whose big screen credits include 28 Days Later and Pirates of the Caribbean, leapt into ...

Gerry Anderson, king of Supermarionation: 1929-2012

Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds, Space: 1999, Supercar, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Joe 90, UFO, Fireball XL5, Stingray, and many other science fiction and fantasy shows, has died at ...

‘Goldeneye’ – a terrific exercise in blockbuster filmmaking and so much more

Goldeneye Directed by Martin Campbell Written by Jeffrey Caine and Bruce Feirsein UK / USA The Essence of Bond has been shaped and re-shaped constantly over its 50-year run and that has been due ...

‘Goldeneye’ – a terrific exercise in blockbuster filmmaking and so much more

Goldeneye Directed by Martin Campbell Written by Jeffrey Caine and Bruce Feirsein UK / USA The Essence of Bond has been shaped and re-shaped constantly over its 50-year run and that has been due ...

‘The Living Daylights’ didn’t reboot Bond, but had a lot of fun within the formula

The Living Daylights Directed by John Glen Written by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson 1987, USA It wasn’t guaranteed that the Daniel Craig films would successfully reboot James Bond, in part ...

Wait, So Who Is Moneypenny?

Spoiler Alert: If you go beyond this point, you'll be reading about a major reveal in "Skyfall." Proceed with caution. The last time we saw Miss Moneypenny in a James Bond film was 2002's "Die ...

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