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Richard Drumm is a lifelong Bond fan. Jonathan Victory is not. Together they will watch and discuss each James Bond film. Join them on this journey from the socially regressive lows to the sassy Dench highs, from the sexy to the sexist, as one fanboy shows a fresh-eyed friend the adventures of 007 for the first time, finding filmmaking follies, famous fights with formidable villains, fiery flirtations with femme fatales, frivolous quips and balls hit with whips and maybe, along the way, they ...
 
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Final Score is our final episode. This fifth installment of Get Pierced will be our last before taking a hiatus, from which we may or may not return. We discuss our reasons, as well as the latest #Bond25 update, that True Detective's Cary Joji Fukunaga is directing the next James Bond movie. Since we're no closer to this next movie and it's bee ...…
 
Before discussing the first three movies of the Mission: Impossible series, Richard picks apart the latest Bond news that Danny Boyle is no longer directing the final Daniel Craig film in the James Bond series. Jonathan also announces our new fictitious sponsor, and will continue to do so until actual sponsors reach out to us. The trilogy of sp ...…
 
Delivered just in the knick of time Mission Impossible style, this month's episode has suppressive persons Richard and Jonathan watch Mission Impossible: Fallout. This installment of the franchise pushes the envelope for action stunt work and audience ability to ignore Tom Cruise's Scientology. There is discussion of that along with tangents ab ...…
 
This marks the first episode of our non-existent strand "You Know What Seydoux: The Filmography of Léa Seydoux". She stars alongside Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and Sawyer from Lost in 2011's Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Richard discusses everything he likes about this solid spy adventure while Jonathan speculates on how Elon Musk would fit i ...…
 
Beyond the Canon. Beyond Eon? As in, Beyond The Eon Productions Canon. Look, this strand of the podcast can have multiple names, lots of things do. Consider 1967's "O.K. Connery", aka "Operation Kid Brother" aka "Double Agent 007". There are many exploitation parodies of James Bond before you even leave the cinema of Italy. Where better to star ...…
 
It's the return of cinema's favourite iconic team, the Horsemen. Now You See May looks at the magician franchise which against all odds got a sequel. This episode looks at Now You See Me 2, in which Jon M Chu, director of "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never", directs cinema's longest card-flicking-based heist scene. Jonathan provides a brief overvi ...…
 
It's "Now You See May" with our close look at Now You See Me, the movie where magicians are considered cool for some reason. Enter the world of everyone's favourite iconic character team, the Four Horsemen. There's Jesse Eisenberg playing a Jesse Eisenberg-type. Woody Harrelson playing a Woody Harrelson-type. Dave Franco is a thief and Isla Fis ...…
 
This latest instalment of Get Pierced looks at a surprisingly obscure Pierce Brosnan movie. What a highly-rated YouTube comment called "another good train movie". 1993's Death Train also stars Patrick Stewart, Christopher Lee and Buffalo Bill him, her or themselves, Ted Levine. Alexandra Paul of Baywatch fame stars as a feisty modern 90s woman ...…
 
Thunderballers, Piercings, 90s kids, lend us your ears. Throw your hands in the air like The Thomas Crown Affair. Our series on the filmography of Pierce Brosnan continues. This episode looks at the 1999 Netflix release Annihilation. Writer-director Alex Garland follows up Ex Machina with a romantic heist caper starring Natalie Portman, Tessa T ...…
 
It's not just 2018's "Tomb Raider" that brings Lara Croft to the big screen. There is also 2001's "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" and its stilted 2003 sequel "The Cradle of Life". Whether it's Alicia Vikander or Angelina Jolie, Lady Croft is the most down-to-earth ass-kicking, globe-trotting, robot-fighting, communing-with-dead-spirits, sprinting-up- ...…
 
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Following on from last year's festive episode on Taffin, we sought out another Irish-themed vigiliante movie with eccentric performances. The Boondock Saints comes from the unlikely auteur, Troy Duffy, an Irish-American who ran into production problems. Jonathan discusses those problems, self-inflicted and otherwise, as ...…
 
Eva Green made her film debut in 2003's "The Dreamers", where she and her brother lure an American student in Paris into some really dodgy, not-okay, erotic shenanigans. Now that is one big pile of wank. Richard revels in the ultra-heightened Frenchness of Eva Green. Jonathan vents his frustrations about the film's politics, pacing and pretenti ...…
 
At last! The work of Beloved Eva has a podcast of its own. This is the first in our new series "For Eva Alone". Eva Green made the Showtime series Penny Dreadful what it was. Yes, John Logan was the showrunner and Richard has plenty to say about him. Jonathan brings us up to speed on the three season arc of the show "briefly"; in the sense that ...…
 
The second episode in a month to look at a Pierce Brosnan Netflix movie. The second episode in half a year to look at a house of rich people driving themselves crazy. Urge follows some insufferable one-percenters as they discover the titular drug; a mysterious CG vape whose euphoric high brings with it a collapse of inhibition. As more and more ...…
 
CONTENT WARNING for discussion of racial slurs and bad Ulster accents. You take the director of Goldeneye & Casino Royale, Chinese finance and Netflix distribution, throw in Jackie Chan and THAT is how you make a movie where Pierce Brosnan plays a thinly-veiled Gerry Adams. Transparently-veiled. There basically is no veil in The Foreigner, in w ...…
 
It's been 50 episodes of Quantum of Friendship and to celebrate, we're looking back at the best of James Bond. The world of 007 has been introduced by Richard Drumm, to Jonathan Victory, who now deeply regrets and apologises for much of what has been said on the podcast. It's been quite the journey over the last two years looking at cinema's mo ...…
 
007 has seen service in this whole other medium of video games. Richard remembers several James Bond video games with nostalgic fondness. Jonathan is brought to tears at how perfect the casting of David Bowie as Nikola Tesla was in The Prestige. They discuss Tesla and Tolkien, whose Lord of the Rings is being adapted for TV by Amazon. If this e ...…
 
Our Halloween special, marking two years of our podcast, looks at Ken Russell's 1986 "Gothic". During 1816, volanic ash created a Year Without A Summer, with many cold storms keeping people indoors. Among those losing their minds in a Swiss villa, were bad-boy Lord Byron and SJW Percy Shelley. A writing contest among the guests led to the inspi ...…
 
You voted for us to do an episode on this, Thunderballers. Did Sean Connery's James Bond return in the 1996 Michael Bay film The Rock? If he did, he's using the codename John Mason (or "Mashon"), and he was caught smhuggling the truth about JFK, Roswell and who knows what else out of America. Getting imprisoned in Alcatraz makes him the guide o ...…
 
Another spy series that pushes the envelope for decency is Kingsman, written by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman. "Kingsman: The Secret Service" sees lowly chav Gary Unwin taught how to be a gentleman, but, like, in a positive way. This is through becoming a Kingsman, part of an unaccountable shadowy spy organisation set up by people who didn't ...…
 
The 1970 Basil Dearden film "The Man Who Haunted Himself" was one of Roger Moore's last big films before playing James Bond. It is a very strange film about a man who appears to have someone stealing his identity. An alternate title for the film could have been "It's All So Frightfully Queer" given the tone and posh idiom of every conversation. ...…
 
This episode looks beyond the canon of official and semi-official James Bond movies to see the immensely broad cultural impact 007 has had around the world. You can tell by how many awful knock-off movies have been made of it. Such movies feature in the list of topics discussed here: HBO's Confederate For Your Height Only, of the Phillipines Th ...…
 
After a brief message to Nazi punks (concerning their fucking off) and a look at the Iain Glen (Sir Friendzone on Game of Thrones) detective show Jack Taylor, a staple of Irish television apparently, Richard and Jonathan review Atomic Blonde. Charlize Theron is 'the living manifestation of destiny' as a badass spy at the end of the Cold War. Na ...…
 
007 also appears regularly in comic books so Richard introduces Jonathan to some recent releases; Vargr and Eidolon, written by Warren Ellis and the post-Brexit one-shot Service, written by Kieron Gillen. Service deals with white supremacists, Vargr with bionic experiments and Eidolon with double-crossing inside British intelligence. These are ...…
 
In 2015, the successful spy franchise uncovered a shadowy intelligence organisation running its own operations counter to security services that had to be thwarted by attacking their Moroccan data centre then handing them over to the police in London. While Spectre was disappointing for many reasons, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation had pretty ...…
 
Continuing our discussion of Daniel Craig's confirmed return... to discussion on our podcast, Richard and Jonathan pick apart Spectre. Jonathan gets frustrated and tears it to pieces while Richard can only imagine an army of Michael Fassbender clone-bots ejaculating the elixir of life that creates xenomorphs. We go really tremendously off the r ...…
 
It has been confirmed that Daniel Craig is... being discussed on our podcast again. We deliver our long-promised episode revisiting the Craig Era and the highs and lows of Casino Royale, Quantum of Friendship and Skyfall. Spectre is getting its own episode and it's gonna get it rough. There's also a look at the Maryam D'Abo (you know) documenta ...…
 
All set for our shagadelic episode on the swinging Austin Powers trilogy? Because Roger Moore passed away the day of recording so we of course pay tribute to him first. Eyebrows raised at half-mast for the first James Bond to die. The Austin Powers series is abound with references to Bond movies, jokes that hold up really well, others not so mu ...…
 
In 1967, the first cinematic adaptation of Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel 'Casino Royale' was released. Nestled in the final forty minutes of this infamously bizarre comedy's two-hour running time, the classic game of wits plot between Peter Sellers' James Bond and Orson Welles' Le Chiffre plays out. Except in this version, James Bond IS ...…
 
The name's Bond. Jimmy Bond. Yes, the very first screen adaptation of Ian Fleming's Casino Royale was a one-hour CBS special for "Climax! Mystery Theater". This not only has an abrupt and confusing climax, it's strange and boring throughout as Barry Nelson (the hotel manager from The Shining) faces off in a deadly card game with suprisingly-nas ...…
 
Trigger warnings for the expression "Negro bar" as we hear our latest episode on the life of James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Richard and Jonathan look at three biopics of Ian Fleming that are so far from historical truth they're basically live-action fan-fiction. Dominic Cooper and Eva Green-alike Lara Pulver star in the Sky One 2014 mini-serie ...…
 
If you're expecting this to be another Bond review, then Maybe You SHOULDN'T BE LISTENING HEEEEEEEERE!!!!!!!!!!! This is our special St. Patrick's Day episode, where we look at the closest thing to an Irish James Bond; Mark Taffin. Pierce Brosnan, the star of Noble House and Remington Steele, one of THE leading men of the 80s, stars in this not ...…
 
Richard and Jonathan look back on the entire canon of Bond films they have now watched and try to pitch a post-credits ending for each one.
 
Okay, so that last episode was obviously Pierce Brosnan's commentary for Die Another Day. Now Richard and Jonathan provide their analysis, completing their consecutive watch of each James Bond film. Our longest episode yet has plenty to pick apart including a jaw-dropping realisation behind the infamous Moneypenny VR scene. But there are plenty ...…
 
Yes. We were surprised too. Pierce Brosnan is a fan of our podcast and he agreed to join Richard and Jonathan for their live record of watching his last film as 007, Die Another Day. To have him actually literally join us in the same room was an honour and he was affable throughout sharing fond memories with us, in person.…
 
The phrase "Very Much Bond's Equal" was losing all meaning until Elektra King proved to be one of the best Bond villains in 1999's The World Is Not Enough. Pierce Brosnan returns, back from an unspecified war, to team up with Richard's childhood crush Denise "The Childhood Crush of" Richards. Scotland. Though this episode derails several times, ...…
 
The franchise that never dies sees Pierce Brosnan return as James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies. You've heard Jonathan's bad singing; Now hear Richard's creepy singing. The music of Simple Minds, Sheryl Crow and many more await you on their tangents. Richard gives Jonathan a belated Christmas present and in return, Jonathan tells Richard about hi ...…
 
"The world is a fucking horrible place... As of right now, at the time of recording". We hope our episode on 1995's Goldeneye finds you well. We have looked at the Fearing Effect, now consider the Joss Whedon Compromise, where women can be better written but must still be hot. This is after all a modern update of James Bond for the go-go 90s. R ...…
 
Hear our exclusive outtakes from our upcoming festive episode on 1995's Goldeneye. Sometimes when we record Quantum of Friendship we have mental breakdowns and fits of laughter following our failed impersonations.
 
Can inanimate stone-statue women give consent? Can sentient stone-fish wink approvingly at your love? And just how stoned were they when they made Licence to Kill, Timothy Dalton's final movie as James Bond? Richard reveals how horrible vodka martinis actually taste while Jonathan can't help thinking the young Benicio Del Toro looks EXACTLY lik ...…
 
Richard and Jonathan briefly react to Trump's election and distract themselves by naming people involved in Bond movies who they've met. They then get stuck into 1987's The Living Daylights which sees Timothy Dalton play 007 for the first time. With his gallant allies in the Taliban, he'll get the Soviet Union out of Afghanistan and beneficent ...…
 
One Moore Time for Roger Moore as James Bond and for Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny. A View To A Kill marks the end of the Moore Era and also features. Christopher. Walken. As a Bond. Villain. His manic, machine-gunning, blimp-flying villainy is bemusing to Richard. Meanwhile Jonathan becomes far more amused by actresses with funny names, mark ...…
 
This may be our hilariously worst episode but fittingly it's about the worst Bond film that isn't technically a Bond film. Sean Connery's final outing as 007 sees him team up with producer Kevin McClory to remake Thunderball. You know what this means. Patricia Fearing is back. Jonathan concludes our segment "Is It Rape Or Not?" needs a broader ...…
 
Is Imogen Poots a secret agent or has she undeservedly attracted the scorn of Anton Yelchin Truthers? Could Kubrick have directed the Beatles in Lord of the Rings? OR Richard's concept for "Space Pussy" where dogs battle moooooon cats? These and other questions relating to the James Bond series are explored in a special look at EON Production's ...…
 
The name's Pussy. Octopussy. The game's a nuclear bomb spelling catastrophe. The villain is explaining every detail of his plan to James Bond. Plane Fight! Wait a minute, a lot feels familiar in this sorta remake of Goldfinger. Yet Richard struggles to get a grasp of the plot while Jonathan discovers a new fetish for sitar-playing women. Togeth ...…
 
Swinging 80s here we come with our milestone 20th episode taking an in-depth look at For Your Eyes Only. For your ears only, everything gets explored from the Fearing Effect to the Kuleshov Effect but thankfully not a teenage ice-skater's body. Our special edition of "Is It Rape or Not?" concludes that Bond does have a line he won't cross; the ...…
 
A brief minisode on the current state of the 007 franchise. Jonathan ponders whether or not Craig will return for the next Bond film or if they will announce a new actor soon. Richard talks about a bigger problem; what studio will take over the rights to James Bond?
 
In a very special episode of our James Bond podcast, hear Richard and Jonathan react to the insanity of Moonraker in real time. Highlights of our live records usually fit into larger episodes but the clips here stand on their own, especially if you know the visuals they're seeing. Richard steers us clear of jokes already made by James Bonding w ...…
 
This is the movie where James Bond goes into space. No, really. This is a film that exists. Jonathan finds the stratospheric heights of this insane masterpiece surprisingly endearing. Richard finds the film's events on Earth to be no more grounded than the lazer-battle in space. This is crazier than all the previous films put together.…
 
Swinging 70s here we come, with Roger Moore returning for The Spy Who Loved Me. Recorded during one of Ireland's most extreme heatwaves, Richard and Jonathan discuss one of the best-regarded Bond films. Jonathan reveals how Stanley Kubrick came in to light one of the sets some Sunday morning. Another set for the MI6 office shocks Richard for be ...…
 
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