Music Break: Top 10 Favorite Bond Songs

This Music Break is so long overdue! I listen to basically two music genres regularly: classical and soundtrack. And growing up the James Bond soundtrack got a lot of play in my house as my two brothers love 'em too and my penchant for them continue to this day. Over the years I don't know how …

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Weekend Roundup: Puncture & Everything Or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007, BBC’s Emma (2009)

Happy Monday all! It's been a quiet weekend for me, I barely went out on Sunday as we've got everything old man Winter has got to offer. Frigid temp is not enough apparently, so we've got dumped with snow, sleet and freezing rain all afternoon. Perfect weather for staying in however. Apart from going to …

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007 Chatter: Bond 50th Anniversary Minimalist Posters

I haven't done a 007Chatter nor poster post in a while, so might as well hit two birds with one stone. Besides, when I saw this last week I just couldn't resist sharing them. Thanks to The Huffington Post for the tip. These minimalist posters were designed by the creative duo Clif Watson and Maria …

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007 Chatter: (Ian) Fleming’s Bond – The James Bond of the original novels compared to the 007 movies Part 2

Welcome to another edition of 007Chatter! Just because Skyfall has been released in the US now, doesn't mean we can't continue talking about Bond. So this is the second part of Marcus' post where he compared the Ian Fleming's Novels to the Bond Films. In this post, Marcus takes a closer look at what is …

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FlixChatter’s Double Review: SKYFALL

It's no secret that this is one of the top five 2012 films both Ted and I have been anticipating. Nice to see that the world seems to have been 'gripped' by Bond fever, as Skyfall has grossed over $500 million worldwide since it opened in the UK on October 26, and nearly $90 mil …

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007 Chatter: Musings on Bond Villains and Top 7 Picks

It's the last day of the Bond month, the 50 year anniversary of the first Bond film, Dr. No, which opened in the UK on on October 5, 1962. These 007 posts are also part of the Skyfall countdown which will open on November 9 here in the US! As I don't cover the horror …

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Weekend Viewings + Everybody’s Chattin’

Happy Friday everyone! Well, Winter has definitely arrived here in Minnesota. We've got a sprinkle of the dreaded 's' word yesterday... yep, snow! But fortunately it was just a snow mix so it didn't stick much at all, in fact, on my way home there's barely a trace of it. Different story if you live …

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007 Chatter: (Ian) Fleming’s Bond – The James Bond of the original novels compared to the 007 movies Part 1

October is Bond month as the producers are celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the first Bond film, Dr. No, which opened in the UK on on October 5, 1962. In addition to the Skyfall countdown, here at FlixChatter we are taking an in-depth look into the world's most popular movie franchise and its origins. …

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Five for the Fifth October 2012: Spy Edition

Hello folks, since October 5 2012 edition of Five of the Fifth happens to fall on Bond's 50th Anniversary, all the questions have a SPY theme in honor of our super spy 007. As is customary for this monthly feature, I get to post five random news item/observation/poster, etc. and then turn it over to …

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007 Chatter: Discussing the enduring appeal of James Bond

In case you didn't know, October is Bond month as the producers are celebrating the UK premiere of Dr. No on October 5, 1962. So, as part of Bond's 50th Anniversary, I thought I'd invite two of my friends and fellow Bond fan Michael from It Rains... You Get Wet and FC's staff Ted S. …

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