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From the producers of Rebel Force Radio, BondCast is about James Bond and the 007 film franchise. Each month, hosts Jason Swank, Jimmy Mac and Jonathan Wilkins review a featured film from the vast James Bond catalog in order of release. From Dr No to Spectre and each film in between, the BondCast offers 007 discussion "Shaken not Slurred." Also, don't miss our James Bond Soundtrack review show "For Your EARS Only" hosted by Laird Malamed.
 
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Laird is back to take us through the soundtrack to NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN. This non-EON Productions film features some music similar to your typical 007 soundtrack, and some vastly different. You won't find any twangy surf guitar music here! But does that help or hurt? You can decide for yourself as we present our review of composer Michael Legrand'…
 
Sean Connery returned to the role of Bond in 1983's NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN. Directed by Irvin Kershner, director of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, this film was produced by Kevin McClory, outside the Cubby Broccoli/EON Productions franchise. We talk about the return of Sir Sean, Bond girl Kim Basinger, the villian Largo, and the femme fatale Fatima Blush.…
 
The second part of our “For Your Eyes Only” discussion focuses on the cast of characters that surround 007 including the women, especially Carole Bouquet’s Bond Girl Melina Havelock. And who could forget Lynn Holly Johnson as Bibi Dahl! Plus, we look at Bond’s MI6 support staff, and, of course, the villains. Bad Guy Kristatos was played by Julian G…
 
We begin our look at the fifth Roger Moore 007 film "For Your Eyes Only". This episode focuses on the overall vibe of the film including Roger Moore's ability to make the role more his own and the impact of 80's style on the movie. And of course, we dive deep into the "Blofeld" cameo at the beginning of the film, along with the significance of Bond…
 
The "Moonraker" soundtrack gets the "For Your Ears Only" treatment in the final part of our look back at Roger Moore's fourth outing as 007. We go through the most important John Barry compositions from the film including Shirley Bassey's return as vocalist on the Main Theme and more. Plus, we review some tracks that didn't make it to the official …
 
In the second of our two-part review of "Moonraker", we talk about the antagonist Drax and his motivational drive to kill 007 and create a master race in space. We also review the Bond Girls of "Moonraker", including the lovely scientist Dr. Holly Goodhead. We also discuss the special effects, the fights, the gadgets, the space station hideout, and…
 
BondCast is back for 2018 with our breakdown of 1979’s “Moonraker”, Roger Moore’s fourth outing as 007. It’s Bond in space! Cashing in on the space craze of the seventies fueled by Star Wars, “Moonraker” sends James Bond to the stars. From the excitement of the opening sky jump without a parachute sequence, to the wacky slapstick moments featuring …
 
We review the music from the tenth film in the James Bond series, "The Spy Who Loved Me", including the popular title track by Carly Simon and the upbeat and funky "Bond '77". Plus, we take a deep dive into Marvin Hamlish's official movie soundtrack and even review the incidental music from from the film itself. Plus, Laird always has a few surpris…
 
It’s part 2 of our look at THE SPY WHO LOVED ME and this time around, we dive deeper into the plot and the character that puts everything in motion, the villain Stromberg. We get critical talking about the web-fingered bad guy, from his dialog to his motivations. Plus, the evil henchmen, especially Richard Keil’s iconic character Jaws. We replay an…
 
BondCast is back with our review of 1977's "The Spy Who Loved Me", a film many consider to be Sir Roger Moore's best Bond film. We talk about the Moore's passing and discuss some of the things that made him such a great Bond. Jonathan recently saw "Spy" on the silver screen and he shares his experiences seeing it again for the first time. Then we t…
 
Laird and Jimmy Mac return to BondCast to review the score for "The Man With The Golden Gun". From the new take on the gun barrel sequence, to Lulu's title track, to Alice Cooper's scrapped opening number and more, we dig deep into the score for the ninth 007 film. UPDATE: The original upload of this episode was missing some music at the beginning …
 
The Moore-era continues as we take a deep look at 1974's THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN. We discuss Roger Moore's evolution as 007 and the similarities and differences to Sean Connery. Plus, Bond's motivations in this story, Christopher Lee as the sophisticated, triple-nippled villain Scaramanga, Bond girl Maud Adams, the differences between Fleming's…
 
Paul McCartney's main theme for "Live and Let Die" has become a staple on Classic Rock radio, but that is just scratching the surface of this amazing 007 soundtrack. With music arranged by the legendary Beatles producer George Martin, the score for "Live and Let Die" provides an amazing atmosphere for Roger Moore's first outing as the world's most …
 
We continue our review of LIVE AND LET DIE with more analysis from the first 007 film of the Roger Moore era. We talk about the lovely Solitaire, Jane Seymour, and how she ranks amongst the best of the Bond girls. Plus, conversation about the evil Kananga, his henchman Whisper, and the goofy Sheriff J.W.Pepper. While LIVE AND LET DIE will never be …
 
BondCast is back from special assignment with our top field agents reporting for duty. Serving Queen and Country once again are BondCast hosts Jason Swank, Jimmy Mac and Jonathan Wilkins and the topic of conversation is the 8th 007 film from EON Productions and the first for Roger Moore, LIVE AND LET DIE. We talk about Moore's debut and the difficu…
 
We wrap up our deep dive into Diamonds Are Forever by shining the spotlight on the soundtrack composed by John Barry and the memorable title track sung by Shirley Bassey. Join Laird Malamed and Jimmy Mac for a close examination of the music from the 7th Bond film from EON Productions and the final for Sean Connery.…
 
1971's Diamonds Are Forever takes James Bond and the action to Las Vegas in an attempt to foil a jewel smuggling ring. The first 007 film of the seventies features Sean Connery's return to the role of Bond and yet another actor as Blofeld (Charles Gray). And who could forget Diamond's Bond Girls Jill St. John and Lana Wood. Join Jason Swank, Jimmy …
 
We've analyzed the film, now it's time to get into the music as BondCast bring you the latest edition of For Your Ears Only. Blofeld is back as Bond hits the slopes in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and Laird Malamed joins Jimmy Mac to discuss the accompanying soundtrack. From Louis Armstrong to Nina to John Barry, we discuss the talent behind t…
 
BondCast is back for more discussion about George Lazenby's take on 007 in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". We are talking about some of the major plot points from the film including the romance between James and Tracy, Bloifeld's evil plot, and the growing influence of SPECTRE. And of course, we nitpick just about everything about the movie that…
 
BondCast is back for a close-up look at the sixth 007 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. It's a time of transition for Bond fans as Sean Connery relinquishes his signature role to unknown Australian model George Lazenby. We share our thoughts, appreciation and trepidation for Lazenby as he has huge shoes to fill and we discuss his impact on the …
 
Laird Malamed and Jimmy Mac are back with BondCast's latest edition of For Your Ears Only. This time around Laird and Jimmy are talking about the fifth entry into the EON Productions 007 canon, 1967's You Only Live Twice. Hear highlights from the John Barry composed soundtrack along with analysis of Tina Sinatra's memorable title track. And of cour…
 
James Bond travels to Japan as Sean Connery returns as the famous 007 in You Only Live Twice. Released in 1967, this is the fifth Bond film produced by EON Productions. Join us as we discuss the impact of Japanese culture on the series as well as the history, plot, and characters of the film. From it's exotic locales, place in Bond "continuity", an…
 
Laird Malamed and Jimmy Mac are back for a close listen to the amazing and epic soundtrack to "Thunderball". We listen and provide analysis for the music from the fourth 007 film. From the bombastic title track by Tom Jones to an incredible unused track by Johnny Cash, and more from the John Barry composed soundtrack, we go thru it all. Listen now.…
 
Join us for the second part of our conversation about 1965's 007 epic Thunderball. We continue to discuss our theories and opinions on Domino, Largo, and James Bond himself. Plus, background on the messy court battles surrounding the making and release of Thunderball and producer Kevin McClory, and who is Kutzy anyway? All this and more with Jason,…
 
BondCast is back with our close-up look at the epic 1965 007 film Thunderball. Join Jason, Jimmy Mac, and Jonathan Wilkins for an in-depth discussion of this monster hit. We talk about the early reviews, the women, and even discover a plot hole or two along the way. And of course, we critique yet another version of Felix Leiter! You are under stric…
 
Join Laird Malamed & Jimmy Mac for an in-depth discussion about the music of Goldfinger, including highlights from the soundtrack itself. From John Barry's instrumentals to Shirley Bassey's unforgettable vocals on the main title track, Goldfinger set the standards not only for the music of future Bond films, but for spy movie music in general. List…
 
It's our special BondCast exploration into the music of From Russia With Love! From the sweeping strings of the lush opening track, to the gypsy-infused music of Istambul, to the power packed punch of the James Bond Theme itself, we examine the best the soundtrack has to offer. Join hosts Laird Malamed and Jimmy Mac for an in-depth appreciation of …
 
BondCast is back for the second part of our From Russia with Love Part Two discussion. Join us as we dig deep into the second 007 film, with our take on the villans, girls, gadgets, and the proper way to chill champagne. Plus, talk about Skyfall on Blu Ray and Ali Kerim Bey. Listen and you will never look at the film the same way again.…
 
BondCast is back with an in-depth look at From Russia With Love. Join Jason Swank, Jimmy Mac and Jonathon Wilkins as they dig deep beneath the surface of Sean Connery's second 007 film. It's the first of our analysis and discussion about the plot, villians, and women of From Russia With Love, brought to you by BondCast!…
 
BondCast introduces For Your Ears Only - A look and listen to the music of 007 film-by-film. Joining Jimmy Mac for this new series is videogame and entertainment industry veteran Laird Malamed (Skywalker Sound/Activision). For our premiere episode, we are showcasing the music of Dr. No, a soundtrack which launched the famous James Bond Theme and ma…
 
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