30 Days of SPECTRE #027: Tony Latino & David West

Day 27 of 30 Days of SPECTRE!

Today we continue our JBR listener interviews, talking all things SPECTRE. On today’s show we have Mr. Tony Latino all the way from New Jersey, USA. And for our second listener interview of the day we’re joined by Mr. David West.

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Listener Interview #5: Tony Latino

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  • Rafael Perilla

    How about sixty days of Die Another Day, from December the first to January 31?

    • James Bond Radio

      Yes!! Brilliant Rafael!! We must get on that!! 😉

    • Rory Couper

      Or we introduce Tom to the Ludovico technique and stick DAD on loop while recording the commentary.

  • Damien Vibert

    I am sure I am going to get stoned for this, but there is not much point in discussing the fact Spectre is an acronym or not in the film if the the Blofeld new origin is not really a bit concern. Matters of priority.
    To me it appears they wanted the name of the organisation Spectre to convey its original sense: a ghost organisation which is everywhere and nowhere.

  • Damien Vibert

    I confirm: the picture in Swann’s room is the very same one which is the object of the transaction in Shanghai that goes awry in Skyfall.

    • olufsphere

      Nice one!

  • Damien Vibert

    Here we go again: people want Bond to continue to copycat Nolan’s Batman films for Bond 25. Whereas we could have an original Bond story using our rebooted precious CraigBond and arguably on the best villains in film history – reintroduced quite improperly – but at least he’s back in business.

  • Damien Vibert

    Everything in Spectre calls for the continuation of the serialization and a revenge story for Bond 25 – which would be a retread of a very recent film QOS. In my opinion the mixed reviews will make it very hard for the film-makers to decide which route to go. We also have to factor in the new fan community that came along in 2006 and expect Bond to be stripped back and hard not classic and a bit flamboyant as in Spectre.

  • olufsphere

    What if …

    The Vesper that died, is not the Vesper that left the hotelroom to go to the bank.

    What if the real Vesper got captured on her way to the bank, and was replaced with a double?

    What if the Vesper interrogation tape is not of the interrogation when Bond is in the hands of Le Chiffre, but the interrogation making her give up the code to extract the money?

    What if ?

  • Anthony Claret

    Tony is such a nice bloke! i honestly was deeply cynical about this whole ‘give the fans a say’ thing..’coz sometimes fans tell us what we already know and frankly can be dull, arsey and plain nasty. But..you Tom and Chris are great judges of men. These are decent, passionate, fun, warm: fandom at its best. So: THANK YOU!

  • Anthony Claret

    guys: who pleasures a lady for 90 seconds? seriously. that’s not funny. 30, max 😉

  • GerardoValero

    Regarding OHMSS, from the James Bond Archives, I remmeber reading that after the first screening of the movie, somebody came up to Cubby Broccoli and mentioned that they should have killed the guy instead.
    The appreciation of said movie has come a long way with time.