Goldfinger

007 on the 7th: Goldfinger (1964)

Goldfinger. When one thinks of James Bond, especially classic Bond, there is no other title as synonymous with the character (even though the title...
You Only Live Twice

007 on the 7th: You Only Live Twice (1967)

From ninja armies and aerial helicopter battles to outer space intrigue, You Only Live Twice is the first truly grandiose Bond film - for better & worse...
Diamonds Are Forever

007 on the 7th: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER - a James Bond classic or a diamond that may have best been left in the rough? Sean Connery's final official entry in the 007 series...
golden gun

007 on the 7th: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN is arguably one of the worst films in the James Bond series - a sickly, distasteful film with very few redeeming qualities.
Dr. No

007 on the 7th: Dr. No (1962)

When one thinks of the classic James Bond movies, a few iconic scenes are usually on the forefront of those memories such as the...

007 on the 7th: Thunderball (1965)

Thunderball saw the 007 craze of the 1960's hit its peak making more than $1 billion when adjusted for inflation - a number not...

007 on the 7th: Casino Royale (1954)

There are few fictional characters as beloved and recognized as James Bond 007. From the moment audiences were introduced to Bond in his 1962...
Casino Royale

007 on the 7th: Casino Royale (1967)

Where does one begin with 1967's Casino Royale? An unofficial spoof of the James Bond series based on the first 007 novel, Royale succeeds as neither...

007 on the 7th: Live and Let Die (1973)

Roger Moore makes his debut as James Bond in LIVE AND LET DIE - a film perhaps unjustly overshadowed by its kick-ass Paul McCartney and the Wings song...
007 on the 7th

007 on the 7th: Prologue

Like many teenage boys, I grew up with the Bond films. 007 was the epitome of my childhood heroes - a list which included...

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The Watcher in the Woods (1980): A Disney Horror Film?

We close out October with an oxymoron: a legitimate Disney horror film - 1980's The Watcher in the Woods. Disney may rule fantasy but can it produce effective scares?