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3 items from 2009

The Blu-Ray Review: Goldfinger (1964)

2 September 2009 5:06 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Colin Jacobson reviews the James Bond classic in HD.

For my money, Bond never got any better than Goldfinger. The series got bigger and flashier, but no film ever portrayed the fun, action, and danger, and the high-tech nuttiness of the world of James Bond any more perfectly than this 1964 classic. This was the film that convinced me that Sean Connery was unquestionably the best Bond ever. It may sound like heresy, but for much of my life, I thought Roger Moore defined the character. It's a matter of timing. By the time I became interested in the series in 1979 with Moonraker, Connery had been without his license to kill for eight years and Moore was firmly ensconced in the role. Considering that these were the days before common and affordable VCRs, that meant that for all intents, Moore was Bond to my generation. We had very little experience with anyone else. »

- Paul

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Cinema Retro's "Where Eagles Dare" Issue Now Shipping Worldwide!!!

23 June 2009 7:33 AM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

"Broadsword Calling Danny Boy..."

The eagerly-awaited Cinema Retro Movie Classics Where Eagles Dare special edition issue is right on schedule. The magazine is now shipping worldwide. This first issue in the Cinema Retro Movie Classics series is not part of our subscription plan. It must be purchased individually.  If you have pre-paid for your issue, you don't need to do a thing. It will be sent to you this week. If you have contacted us to reserve an issue, now is the time to remit your payment.

If you are a customer in the UK or Europe, the fee (which includes postage costs) is as follows: UK: £15. Europe: £17.00. Payment by cheque (to Cinema Retro) to -

Cinema Retro Po Box 1570 Christchurch Dorset BH23 4XSEngland   or by Pay Pal (our UK/European recipient address is:  Note To Non-european/UK Customers:

The price is $30 for America and Canada »

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Introducing Cinema Retro Movie Classics Special Editions: "Where Eagles Dare" Tribute Issue

5 February 2009 10:38 AM, PST | | See recent CinemaRetro news »


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This Issue Is Now Permanently Sold Out!

Welcome to an exciting new concept for Cinema Retro: the introduction of special magazines that celebrate specific classic and cult films. We routinely get bombarded with letters and E mails from readers around the world who suggest extensive coverage of their favorite films. The problem is, of course, is that even our Film in Focus sections runs only 8 pages – which is certainly enough to do justice to the average movie, but is woefully inadequate to cover all aspects of those films that deserve even more extensive analysis. Thus, we’ll be periodically introducing special stand-alone tribute issues that will be limited edition collector’s items. These editions are titled Cinema Retro Movie Classics. As with the regular issues of Cinema Retro, we anticipate these will increase in value significantly. We’ve decided to market these »

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