David J Candy

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007: Nightfire: Prima's Official Strategy Guide by Steve Honeywell
This book is a necessity to succesfully find one's way through the game scenes.
I got stuck at the cocktail party, unable to take photographs of the women - because the vague instruction booklet that comes with the game isn't that helpful and I had no clue that I actually had a cigarette lighter camera on hand to use... or how to use it, if I had known.
Moonraker <b>VHS</b> ~ Roger Moore
Moonraker VHS ~ Roger Moore
It is fashionable amongst Bond fans to slag Moonraker, however I would have to digress for these two reasons:
1) TIMING - The Fleming novel was hopeless outdated (Ooh-ahh, let's fire a big ol' missle at London!). The movie series was starting to run out of Fleming titles to use, and with the popularity of Star Wars in 1977, the timing could not have been better to get the "Moonraker" name on to film somehow. The title of "Moonraker" was the last unfilmed Fleming full novel, as the names of those films that followed (For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View To A Kill, and The Living Daylights) are taken from collections of short stories. Sooner or later, the film would have had to have… Read more
Colossus the Forbin Project <b>VHS</b> ~ Eric Braeden
Colossus the Forbin Project VHS ~ Eric Braeden
Every five years or so - usually quite often by chance - I'll catch an obscure, low-key movie on late-night television that will enthral and mesmerise my interest through either a really great story or stylistic visual look. Colossus: The Forbin Project is one of those movies.
The basic premise of the movie is a vast computer system, named Colossus, built by the computer genius Dr. Charles Forbin to manage the United States nuclear missile stockpile - thus successfully eliminating the potential dangers of nuclear war due to man's irrational and emotional reaction by allowing a rational decision-making machine to safeguard the American defences.
As mankind soon discovers, much to… Read more