While the blog’s readership is not particularly large, those that do enjoy what’s produced undoubtedly noticed that April came and went without any updates. Yours truly will come clean and admit that that was only partially intentional.
Welcome back to another of Planes, Trains, Automobiles and the Lot: Trolley Trouble. This is Part 5, where the focus shall be on a section of the SF pre-title sequence during which Bond experiences an erratic misadventure atop the locomotive leaving Istanbul.
Ever since the opening minutes of CR, the terrorist organization Spectre has been pulling the strings. This didn’t go over well with sections of the fanbase either. More to the point, there are people who truly despise the idea. This is where I beg to differ.
Welcome back to another edition of Trolley Trouble. This week, we take a look at the complex train sequence from Octopussy.
Welcome to another edition of Unsung 00 hero. This week we take a look at the original matriarch of the 007 franchise, Dana Broccoli.
For the third instalment in Trolley Trouble, the blog will take a slightly different perspective, predominantly by merging two examples of different vehicular carnage that culminate in a big bloody locomotive blowing up in a heap of flames. Fancy a drive around St Petersburg in a tank?
Believe me, if there is someone reading this who takes it to heart and is vying to be the best version of themselves, you’re on your way being a double-0. You won’t have a licence to kill but you’ll be freaking awesome in many people’s eyes just the same.