Well, this time-sensitive post has been sitting unfinished for several days, thanks to me being busy. Not just with work, though; fun stuff, too, like a friend's wedding, Halloween (I dressed as The Prisoner) and an opportunity to see the first new theatrical Hammer movie in thirty-three years (surprisingly Hammerish, despite the American setting!). But I hate to let milestones go unmarked, so I still want to mention that October 30 marked the Third Blogiversary of the Double O Section.
Elke Sommer may not be making any new splashes in the world of spy movies these days, but just this year, I finally got around to reviewing her best spy movie in the inaugural post in an ongoing series about My Favorite Spy Movies. The film, of course, was Deadlier Than the Male, and the lavishly illustrated post (two and a half years in the making) is one of the ones that I'm most proud of. Subsequent entries in the series of extra-detailed reviews of my favorite spy films include Danger: Diabolik and Billion Dollar Brain. Look for another one soon.