John Frankenheimer’s Cold War conspiracy masterpiece feels as chillingly plausible now as it ever did.
This curious hybrid of Sixties Cold War spy film and old-fashioned Nazi-themed thriller is enjoyable but oddly unsatisfying.
Why one day in 1968 with The Beatles was the pinnacle of everything good.
The first in our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s is a lovely ‘accidental spy’ romp with Dirk Bogarde and Sylva Koscina.
The First Lady of Italian adult entertainment and her arresting version of Sting’s bleak anti-war song.
1980 film Raise the Titanic sunk without trace on release, but it far from the unmitigated disaster that many claim.