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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Climax! Casino Royale (1954)

During the course of doing my bit of the Giant James Bond Rewatch there were references to Climax! Casino Royale which is the very first screen outing for Bond; an episode of Climax! from 1954, less than three years after the novel was written. Seeing as how it was a television episode from the other […]

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Indie Movie Review – Demigod

  Film makers have their own styles… who’d have thought it! Actually, I can spot the big ones; the gothic imagery of Tim Burton, the breathtaking visuals of Luc Besson, or the exquisitely choreographed violence of John Woo. I have to admit that I’m not as au fait as some others, the ones who can […]

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Movie Review – Gunpowder Milkshake

In case you haven’t noticed, things have been a bit untoward for the last couple of years. As part of my rehab I’ve been making the effort to get back into the cinema at least once a week. The upshot of this, combined with various family commitments, means that I tend to go and see […]

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Indie Movie Review – The Isle

I can almost hear everyone who’s read my previous mutterings chant along with me when I say that horror really isn’t my thing. Fortunately, the RunPee family does have a resident horror expert and she usually gets the first pick of them. However, this is a different kettle of fish… The Isle might look like […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – The World Is Not Enough (1999)

The World Is Not Enough was one of my first choices when we were going through the exercise of divvying up the Bond films for one main reason… Robert Carlyle. The first time I saw him was in Priest back at the end of the last millennium. At the time, the big draw was Linus Roache in […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – The Living Daylights (1987)

Whenever a new Bond film is released there’s always a fair amount of kerfuffle and The Living Daylights was no different. That amount increases exponentially when a new Bond actor is also unveiled. The audience is usually divided between those who think the new guy is a great choice, the ones who think that there couldn’t possibly […]

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Indie Movie Review – Death Drop Gorgeous

I know that low budget, by definition, means that corners have to be cut. Sometimes that adds to the fun of things! I mean would Kevin Smith’s debut feature, Clerks, have been as much fun if there wasn’t the running joke of the shutters being stuck down when they were down because the only time he […]

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Movie Review – No Time to Die

I’ve already gone on record here at RunPee about how I have enjoyed Daniel Craig’s tenure as Bond, how I’ve liked the story arc throughout the films, and how much I’ve been looking forward to seeing No Time To Die. I may as well tell you at the start about my disappointment… there wasn’t any! […]

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Indie Movie Review – The Old Ways

The Old Ways is a fairly standard tale. It opens with a woman screaming in pain and bathed in sweat. Is she giving birth? It’s hard to tell. Her young daughter is there and, all of a sudden, there is a scream and mum turns into a demon and grabs the young girl’s arm, marking […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Tomorrow Never Dies (1979)

Of all the things that Tomorrow Never Dies has going for it something that, perhaps, doesn’t spring immediately to mind is the sheer weight of originality. This is the first film in the franchise to have no relationship with anything written by Ian Fleming outside of the character names. Licence To Kill was a virtual pick and mix […]

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