Logan and Trevor discuss the last film of the Pierce Brosnan era: Die Another Day. Is it as bad as internet ranking lists would have you believe?
Special guest Jono Pech joins Logan and Trevor this week to discuss The World is Not Enough, Pierce Brosnan’s third outing at 007 that presents one of the strongest female leads right alongside one of the weakest.
Brosnan’s time as Bond continues this week with Tomorrow Never Dies and Logan and Trevor discuss how Elliot Carver stacks up against some of the real world media empire moguls who have risen to power since the film came out.
This week brings us to the beginning of the Pierce Brosnan era as Logan and Trevor discuss Goldeneye, which is probably the most iconic 007 film in both of their lives thanks to the massive success of the film and the corresponding N64 game.
Sadly, Timothy Dalton’s time as Bond is already at an end as Logan and Trevor discuss his second outing in Licence to Kill, where 007 is out for vengeance.
Logan and Trevor enter the brief Timothy Dalton era of Bond this week with his first outing as 007 in The Living Daylights.
We’ve reached the end of the Roger Moore era of Bond with A View to a Kill, which brings the iconic Christopher Walken along for the ride.
Bond travels to India, catches a train, and infiltrates a circus as Logan and Trevor reach the halfway point through this series with 1983’s Octopussy.
Special guest Jarrett Green joins Logan and Trevor this week to discuss For Your Eyes Only.
This week’s episode looks at Moonraker, the Bond film that got rushed to theatres in an attempt to capitalize on the earth-shattering cinema shift caused by a little film called Star Wars.