“The Man With The Golden Gun” May Not Be My Favorite Bond Epic…
…But Christopher Lee’s “Francisco Scaramanga” Is Totally MY Favorite Bond Baddie!!!
Nice To See He’s Getting Some Sweet-Sweet-Lovin’!!!
Awesome Work Here, Fo SHO!

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To celebrate James Bond’s 50th birthday on screen, we’re going to take a look at the character and his films. We’ve already reviewed all the classic movies, so we’ll be looking at his iconic baddies, and even at the character himself.

You see, Mr Bond, like every great artist, I want to create an indisputable masterpiece once in my lifetime. The death of 007 mano a mano, face to face, will be mine.

You mean stuffed and displayed  over your rocky mantelpiece?

That’s an amusing idea,  but I was thinking in terms of history.  A duel between titans. My golden gun against your Walther PPK. Each of us with a 50-50 chance.

Six bullets to your one?

I only need one.

Scaramanga and Bond

Was there ever a better Bond villain wasted in a more terrible film? Okay, maybe Christopher Walken as Max Zorin comes close, but Christopher Lee…

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Good Ole Bizzam!!
I Felt This Review Should Be Shared. It’s One Of My All-Time Favorite Flicks, And I Know I Couldn’t Have Said Any Of This Better, Myself.
Excellent Work, Fo SHO!
What’s That? Oh. YEP! That’s A Reblog, Alright!!!


After Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) steals $40,000 from her employer and goes on the run, she finds herself at the Bates Motel where she meets Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins), who is more than he seems.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock (Vertigo, The Birds), Psycho is a masterpiece.  Based on the novel by Robert Bloch, it is a superb suspense film that could only have been made by Hitchcock.  From the striking and strange camera angles to the false innocence of its central character of Norman Bates, this is a film that deserves to be seen by anyone who is a film fan or just a horror film buff.

When Marion steals $40,000 from her boss, she flees town.  On the run and paranoid that she will be caught, she ends up at the Bates Motel.  There she meets Norman, a somewhat shy recluse who…

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