Logan and Trevor present a final episode and discuss the overall series, the final rankings, and our thoughts on the future of James Bond.
Tag Archives: 007
No Time To Die (That Bond Show Ep. 25)
We’ve reached the end of the road (for now). Join Logan and Trevor as they discuss the final chapter of Daniel Craig’s run as Bond.
Spectre (That Bond Show Ep. 24)
How well does Sam Mendes follow-up the triumph that was Skyfall? Logan and Trevor discuss this week as they dive into Spectre.
Skyfall (That Bond Show Ep. 23)
Logan and Trevor share their thoughts on the critically-acclaimed Skyfall. Will it manage to dethrone their top picks and stand atop one or both of their lists as the best Bond film?
Quantum of Solace (That Bond Show Ep. 22)
Logan and Trevor discuss Daniel Craig’s second outing as 007 – Quantum of Solace – and discuss the film’s direction and editing choices, as well as how the 2007-08 Writers Guild of America Strike impacted the production.
Casino Royale (That Bond Show Ep. 21)
Logan and Trevor are joined again by Jarrett Green to discuss the Daniel Craig reboot of the 007 series: Casino Royale.
Die Another Day (That Bond Show Ep. 20)
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?
The World is Not Enough (That Bond Show Ep. 19)
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.
Tomorrow Never Dies (That Bond Show Ep. 18)
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.
Goldeneye (That Bond Show Ep. 17)
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.