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Today we decode a brush pass transmission sent in by Spybrary listener Andy Onyx. Author and Spy Book fan, Andy Onyx gives us his brush pass spy movie review of The Internecine Project ‘According to the dictionary, internecine means destructive to both sides in a conflict. So let's just hold that thought with the rhythm...
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The Rhythm Section Review On today's Spybrary Spy Podcast, spy fans talk about The Rhythm Section, a movie produced by EON (of James Bond fame) starring Blake Lively and Jude Law. Tune in and listen to Spybrarians Mike, Jon, Matthew and Chris who give you their assessment of The Rhythm Section. Spybrary Spy Podcast host...
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Spies in Disguise Review Leo and Jeff Quest (spywrite.com) give us their review of Spies in Disguise which is a 2019 American computer-animated spy comedy film. The Spies in Disguise plot follows a secret agent who is accidentally transformed into a pigeon by an intelligent teenage agent and the pair must work together to stop a cybernetic terrorist...
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On Episode 89 of the Spybrary Podcast, host Shane Whaley interviews the writer and director of the short spy film The Dry Cleaner Movie. Chris Carr shares more about the movie and why he thinks Spybrary fans will enjoy it. This interview is split into 3 parts. Part 1 is all about the movie. Part...
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More Quiller on the Spybrary Podcast – By Spy Fans for Spy Fans. Our panel is back to continue their in-depth chat about Quiller by Adam Hall. Jeff Quest is in the host's chair for this two-parter on the Quiller spy books, Quiller movie and Quiller TV series. Jeff is joined by Spybrarians Clarissa Aykroyd...
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As voted on by Spybrary Spy Podcast Listeners. Spybrary listeners go to the polls to vote for the best spy movies of all time! On this episode of the Spybrary Spy Podcast Jeff Quest (Spywrite) reveals the top 10 spy movies as voted on by our Spybrary listeners.We will give it a week or so...
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Spybrary Spy Podcast and the SpyWrite Spy blog have teamed up to give you a a chance to vote for your favourite spy movies in our Spy Movie Hall of Fame poll. On this, our 59th episode  Spywrite's Jeff Quest and Spybrary Host Shane Whaley talk through the movies nominated by Spybrarians in our Listeners...
First appearing nearly thirty-five years ago in the pages of The Hunt For Red October, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is arguably the closest thing to an American James Bond. Not only with a highly successful series of novels but also a trilogy of successful films in the early 1990s. Recently, however, the CIA analyst has...
  I am quite fond of the saying that “truth is stranger than fiction.” As those of us who read spy fact (and those fiction works which blur the boundaries between the two) know, it is often the case. The film The Good Shepherd, directed by Robert De Niro and released by Universal Pictures in...
Some films seem to stand the test of time. Not only are they popular on release but they find new audiences throughout the decades that follow. Where Eagles Dare, first released fifty years ago this year, is one such example. Starring the perhaps unlikely mix of Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood, this mix of spy...
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