It’s worth braving the winds of the harsh merciless world to obtain this upgrade of a stone-cold espionage classic.
If you’re a seasoned fan, or even looking to dig into the series for the first time, Bond 50 is an essential package.
It examines a modern post-war environment where people’s lives are treated as nothing more than a means to financial success.
An already near-essential DVD release of an essential noir, updated for the high-def age.
Martin Ritt’s grim The Spy Who Came in from the Cold plays like an anti-thriller companion piece to the director’s acclaimed anti-western Hud.