Spectre (1977) was a Film directed by Clive Donner and produced by Gordon Scott, Danny Steinmann and Gene Roddenberry.
The Amazing Exploits of the Clutching Hand (1936, Albert Herman), Chapter 14: The Silent SpectreBy Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 27, 2018 From The Stop Button
The Silent Spectre surprised me. I didn?t think Clutching Hand would be able to surprise me after they did the boat stuff?and there?s a lot more ship-based fisticuffs this chapter?but then it goes ahead and surprises me the very next chapter. I had no idea lead Jack Mulhall could be so exceptionally... Read full article
SPECTRE: Further ObservationsBy Dan Day Jr. on Feb 13, 2016 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
Now that SPECTRE is out on home video, I feel it is time to discuss the movie in more detail, as I promised I would when I wrote a post on it during its theatrical release. (WARNING: Yes, there are spoilers ahead.) I have every single official James Bond film on home video, so of course I bought SP... Read full article
SPECTREBy Dan Day Jr. on Nov 11, 2015 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
I have to admit that I'm still unsure how I feel about SPECTRE, the latest James Bond film. I didn't hate it, but I wasn't blown away by it, either. It's kind of like how I felt about the last Bond movie, SKYFALL. Could it be that I've reached the point where I can't even enjoy a James Bond flick? ... Read full article
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