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The Third Eye Cinema podcast returns with our (official) 90th episode, as we catch up with one of our very first guests and interviews and discuss his newest venture! Back in late 2011, we'd met with Mike Raso of EI Entertainment,... more

In a baffling conundrum suitable for Miller & Liu's Holmes and Watson, upon the approach of our 6 year anniversary, show cohost and founder Matt G has vanished like Sherlock after Reichenbach Falls, pulling the plug and... more

And here you thought you heard it all the first time around... The long awaited finale to Week 42's incomplete revisitation of Bond covering everything from Never Say Never Again through Spectre...and even a little more! The last gasps... more

?There is no great genius without some touch of madness,? Aristotle once penned, as quoted by Seneca. And in no case does this aphorism greater apply than with respect to the inimitable Klaus Kinski. Famed for his work with the... more

We'd previously addressed the cinema of Ian Fleming's favorite son, a gritty MI6 man turned urbane jet setter and lounge lizard cum male fantasy figure (come on, who out there didn't want to be Bond…or bag the plethora of... more

In the wake of the surprising worldwide success of the James Bond films, moviemakers around the globe raced to put forth their own homegrown versions of M16's favorite son. Occasionally utilizing pre-existing detective/spy stories... more

While American audiences would later thrill to the likes of Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin, Steve McQueen and James Coburn, one of the earliest "tough guy" actors of their vintage actually hailed from the UK. Noted as much for his personal... more

Set up at the turn of the century, The Nikkatsu Corporation halted production during the war years, only to return with a vengeance in the mid-50s for a long run of genre-defining cinema. From the "Sun Tribe" films of a new, more... more

West Virginia born Roger "Tony Anthony" Pettito made a name for himself when he moved to Italy and starred in the Stranger series, presenting a uniquely sleazy, sneaky and quite amoral antihero fairly far removed from the likes of Clint... more

In the second installment of our look into cinema south of the border, we head to sunny Mexico! One of the most recognizable (and recognizably insane) subgenres of cinema is that of the luchador: featuring well known masked... more
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